Fitter Futures Warwickshire Consultation

Closes 6 Jul 2018

Opened 29 May 2018


Warwickshire County Council (WCC) Public Health currently commission Fitter Futures Warwickshire.

This consultation provides an opportunity to share your views and experiences about the Fitter Futures Warwickshire services and comment on possible future provision. The findings will be used to shape the new services which will be implemented in 2019.

We value your input to ensure the services meet your needs and want to hear your views as a Warwickshire resident, a key partner or a stakeholder.

About Fitter Futures

The countywide Fitter Futures Warwickshire services are coordinated by Nuneaton and Bedworth Leisure Trust. The  aim of the services are to support the population of Warwickshire to improve their health through maintaining a healthy weight, eating healthily, become physically more active and having a healthier lifestyle.

The services offer families, children, young people and adults a choice of evidence based opportunities which provide weight management and/or physical activity support. To cater for all age ranges, the Fitter Futures services are as follows:

  • Family Weight Management Service (Change Makers) is a free 9 week healthy eating, healthy lifestyles and physical activity programme for families who have at least one child aged 4-12 who is overweight.

  • Young People and Adult Weight Management on Referral. This service provides a free 12 week programme of weight management support to young people aged 11-15 and adults aged 16+.

  • Young People and Adult Physical Activity/Healthy Lifestyles on Referral (previously known as Exercise on Referral). This service provides a 12 week programme of physical activity/healthy lifestyle support to young people aged 12-16 and adults aged 16+. 



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Give Us Your Views


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background
  • Service users (current or previous)
  • Carers
  • Parents
  • All ages
  • Young people
  • Adults
  • Older people
  • People with disabilities
  • People with long term conditions
  • Partners
  • Providers
  • Specialist staff
  • Professionals and professional bodies


  • Social care
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Disabilities
  • Mental health
  • Children and families
  • Adults and older people
  • Young people
  • Public health