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.
With colder weather and the flu season just around the corner, we are helping to encourage smokers in our community to take up the 28-day Stoptober challenge by providing helpful tips and advice. There’s never been a better time to quit!
Tees Active have formed an exciting partnership with Water Babies Tees Valley to further develop the swimming programme at Tees Active.
On Friday 21st August the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, along with local MP Matt Vickers, visited the new IB Leisure facility at Ingleby Barwick.
Tees Active opened its latest venue on Monday 10th August, a brand new leisure centre in the heart of Ingleby Barwick – IB Leisure!
On Saturday 25th July we were finally able to open the doors of our leisure centres and welcome you all with, socially distanced, open arms and we couldn’t be happier!
Tees Active’s latest update surrounding the reopening of our venues after lockdown.
Stockton’s leisure centres have donated over £1000 worth of confectionery from their cafés and vending machines to support frontline staff at The University Hospital of North Tees and James Cook University Hospital.
Social distancing and self-isolation can be really hard to deal with. It’s normal to feel anxious, frustrated or bored. If you’re worried about the effect it will have on your mental health, you are not alone.
Find out more about how Tees Active are working with partners to drive positive change in the community.