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National news and coverage

from 16 news outlets


 

Raising awareness of the dangerous effects of long-term high-dose pain medication

Painkillers Don’t Exist is an NHS campaign across Sunderland and County Durham that aims to raise awareness of the dangerous effects of long-term high-dose pain medication and empower people living with pain to make informed decisions about their health.

Increasing Impact

  • 6,022 website visits
  • 835 resource downloads
  • 2,305 story reads in total
  • 40 campaign packs direct mailed to all GP practices in Sunderland
  • Two billboards, four bus stops and one extra digital screen arranged to accompany BBC TV coverage
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53,000 activity packs

created for families to support them to move and play during lockdown through the JU:MP campaign


 

Bringing together families, communities and organisations in the area of North Bradford

JU:MP (Join Us: Move. Play) is the Bradford Local Delivery Pilot, led by Active Bradford. It is a 4 year pilot programme, funded by Sport England, that aims to help children and families in North Bradford to be more active, testing and learning as we grow.

Increasing Impact

  • 1000 people have joined the JU:MP movement
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    43 home activities
  • A computer monitor, a keyboard, and a mouse. On the monitor is an arrow cursor
    4,305 unique website visits
  • An arrow pointing to the right, representing a video play button
    4,782 views of video activities
  • 82% returning visitors to jumpathome.org helping families to move and play during lockdown
  • A ball and a skipping rope
    Over 3000 people attended the JU:MP fun days

46,000

people looking out for their neighbours' wellbeing


 

Inspiring individual action to combat loneliness and isolation across West Yorkshire and Harrogate

‘Looking out for our neighbours’ is a social marketing campaign we launched to prevent loneliness and its associated health issues by encouraging communities to look after vulnerable people. This included tips and micro-wellbeing interventions that could positively impact on their neighbours.

Increasing Impact

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    46,000 people have taken action and now look out for their neighbours as a result of the campaign.
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    21,000 interactions with content using the #OurNeighbours hashtag on social media.
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    36,000+ recipients of printed and online helpful neighbour packs.
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    19-85 year olds engaged with the campaign.
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    75% of people engaged in new activity to look out for their neighbours as a result of the campaign.
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    72% of people feel the campaign has made a positive impact on their neighbours' wellbeing.
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    1.36m total reach across social media.
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33,856 pledges

against antibiotic resistance with NHS Leeds CCG


Raising awareness of one of the biggest threats to health this century

Seriously is a social movement we created to raise awareness of the global threat caused by antibiotics misuse and encourage the population of Leeds to take antibiotic resistance seriously.

Increasing Impact

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    A citywide pledge campaign.
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    Engaged the local universities’ health research departments.
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    Turned 100,000 pharmacy bags red.
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    Enabled budding film students to create video shorts.
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    The campaign has been showcased nationally.
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    Used by American health organisations as a best practice example.

15 local authorities

adopted Breathe 2025 as their smokefree policy


Breathe 2025: Inspire a smokefree generation by 2025

Breathe 2025 is a smokefree vision we created to make sure the next generation of children are born and raised in a place free from tobacco, where smoking is unusual.

Increasing Impact

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    Nationally recognised movement.
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    Led a launch campaign for standardised packaging.
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    Featured on big screens, cinema advertising and bus ads.
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    Many have pledged action through the Breathe 2025 website.
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    The smoking policy for each local authority has one vision.
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    Digital resources have been used across the UK.
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    £500,000 of free advertising generated by supporters.
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    Seen by 8 million viewers on Yorkshire and the Humber’s prime time stop smoking TV campaign.

Increasing footfall by 87%

to North Yorkshire’s ‘walking for health’ trails


Discoveries on your Doorstep: Encouraging more people to get out walking in their local area

Discoveries on your Doorstep is an insight-driven campaign that positively changed people’s perceptions of walking and inspired more people to be active in their local area.

Increasing Impact

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    3,368 unique website vists across two locations.
  • Icon - Hands shaking
    98 community groups and businesses engaged.
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    ‘Highly Commended Award’ at the 2018 ADEPT awards.
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    4 community-owned events have taken place so far.
  • Icon - Facebook Likes
    1,154 likes on Facebook.
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    10 community champions were recruited.
  • Icon - Sharing
    20 health groups and charities shared campaign media.
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    9 schools took part.

4,428 clicks

to Money Information Centre’s help site from our content marketing campaign activity


 

Raising awareness of gambling-related harm across Leeds

Beat the Odds is a multi-channel marketing campaign to encourage greater awareness of gambling-related harm across Leeds and signpost ‘problem gamblers’ to help and support services.

Increasing Impact

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    The campaign featured on BBC’s Inside Out.
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    The tweets were seen 99,900 times over 38 days.
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    140 bus shelters seen 14.6m times.
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    346 people engaged with the tweets.