Our dedication and commitment to improving the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve is at the centre of our ethos, and we will always act for and on behalf of local people. Furthered by our longstanding partnership with Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, we are focused on promoting the many benefits of physical activity and its unique ability to bring about positive change, inspire healthy lifestyles and promote community wellbeing.
We do this by reinvesting profits back into our facilities and services, as well as through external funding to develop and deliver important and sustainable health initiatives. We understand the value of public leisure services and embrace our role as the preventative frontline to our national health service. Whilst health, leisure, social and wellbeing services fight back to tackle many of the nation’s health concerns, we have witnessed the positive impact of the local health intervention schemes that we are proud to deliver alongside many of our key partner organisations. Take a look at some of our case studies below.
Paul Christon – Service Manager, Middlesbrough & Stockton Mind
If you have any suggestions, ideas or investment funds that could help us to support many of Stockton’s most vulnerable groups, we would love to hear from you and work alongside you to help build active and healthy communities.
The Forum Theatre Billingham has unveiled ‘giant’ ambitions after being taken over by charitable trust, Tees Active – and there are already signs of healthy growth with record ticket sales for Jack and The Beanstalk.
Celebrate National Fitness Day with Tees Active, we have something for everybody to enjoy and get involved with! Find out all about our exciting events and special offers running all day throughout Wednesday 20th September.
Become Activ8’s newest member this summer and take the first step to a happier and healthier you! Activ8 have 2 great summer promotions to help you save some pennies and to kickstart your fitness journey. Take a look below.
Have fun and keep active this summer with our jam-packed summer holiday guide, including lots of special offers for all the family to enjoy.
Tees Active has been officially recognised for its “ambitious and innovative” efforts to become more environmentally sustainable and has recently been awarded Level 1 of the Green Mark accreditation.
Residents from Stockton Care Homes definitely proved that age was just a number as over 100 participants from 12 Care Homes descended on Thornaby Pavilion to compete in the Care Home Legends Games.
A group of ladies aged between 64 and 83 from the Elm Tree and Fairfield Women’s Institute have donned their wetsuits and taken to the water at Tees Barrage International White Water Centre to take on stand up paddleboarding.
An Olympic swimmer backs Tees Active’s water safety campaign in primary schools across Stockton-on-Tees to highlight the danger of drowning in open water.
Find out more about how Tees Active are working with partners to drive positive change in the community.