THOUSANDS of people across Sheffield have stepped up to achieve a record breaking 8.1m active minutes during the city's Move More Month.
During June, a total of 8,132,528 Move More Minutes were registered as part of a strategy intended to make Sheffield the most active city by 2020.
More than 10,000 people got involved in activities and initiatives held across the city as part of Move More Month, which aimed to get people involved and generate a sense of city cohesion.
Numerous organisations across Sheffield supported the city-wide campaign, including Yorkshire Cancer Research, who partnered with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine to deliver the Move More Workplace Challenge aspect.
Professor Robert Copeland, director for the NCSEM and Move More said: "We are absolutely delighted that Move More Month has been such a huge success this year and to achieve a record breaking active minutes total is fantastic.”
Go backPosted on 11th July 2017