Welcome to Health Challenge Caerphilly county borough!

Health Challenge Caerphilly county borough provides support to residents to make small and inexpensive changes to their daily routine leading to a healthier lifestyle.

You can make changes as an individual, couple or a family; challenge work colleagues and challenge your friends. There are lots of activities in the county borough, which will help you improve your health in a fun way – your mental well being too - and ultimately your overall health.

Go on! Take a small step to a healthier you and a healthier Caerphilly county borough!

 

Pride in Your Place Awards

Pride in Your Place Awards

Caerphilly County Borough Council is once again seeking nominations for the annual Pride in Your Place Awards, which look to acknowledge the innovation and commitment of those who help to make their community cleaner, greener and a better place to live and work.

The 2016 Pride in Your Place Awards are sponsored by Bryn Group and Seda.

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Walking football

Walking football in Caerphilly celebrates first anniversary

Walking football has experienced a very successful first year in Caerphilly county borough, with an average of 20 participants taking part in walking football activities each week.

There have been over 80 walking football sessions held, with weekly sessions being held in Risca and Caerphilly Leisure Centres.

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Firework safety

Firework Safety

The unsafe use of fireworks can be a major cause of avoidable injury and even death.

Make sure you have a safe and enjoyable Fireworks Night by following a few sensible precautions.

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Running clubs

Running clubs at an all time high

Due to high demand, Caerphilly Sports Development and Leisure have introduced running sessions at Caerphilly and Risca Leisure Centre who both currently deliver one session a week each, every Wednesday 6pm until 7pm open to all abilities.

Running clubs throughout the borough have steadily increased over the last year with 425 affiliated members belonging to Welsh Athletics, compared to 296 in 2015.

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