'It's a Knockout' Partnership Networking Day Proves a Thrilling Success!

Businesses from across Lancashire came together on 11th August at Witton Park for the inaugural 'It's a Knockout' Partnership Networking Day. This event combined exhilarating challenges, friendly competition, and meaningful collaboration, all while raising awareness about the wellbeing of our communities.

Hosted by Active Lancashire with the support of Knockout Roadshow, the event brought together an array of partners who participated in a day filled with fun, team-building activities, and the forging of valuable connections. Attendees from a range of organisations and backgrounds gathered to celebrate the spirit of camaraderie and explore opportunities for collaboration.

Pendle Leisure Trust emerged victorious, showcasing not only their competitive spirit but also their commitment to community engagement. Congratulations to the winning team for their outstanding performance!

Beyond the excitement and friendly rivalry, the day also served as a platform for knowledge sharing and networking. Attendees engaged in open discussions, sharing insights about their service offerings, current priorities, and challenges. This exchange of information aimed to identify common goals and areas where partnerships could be formed to enhance the physical and mental wellbeing of our communities.

Other organisations in attendance included:

  • Hero Lifestyle
  • Blackpool Coastal Housing
  • We Are With You
  • PT Health Coaching
  • Emerging Futures
  • CGL (Change Grow Live)
  • Worldie's Official LTD CIC
  • Red Rose Recovery
  • Together an Active Future (TaAF)
  • Blackburn with Darwen Witton Leisure Staff

The 'It's a Knockout' Partnership Networking Day showcased the power of collaboration and the shared commitment of these organisations to making a positive impact on the wellbeing of Lancashire's residents.

Jane Moodie, Operations Manager at Active Lancashire said: "We have had a fabulously fun day of networking in a different way. Thank you to all the attendees for helping us with sharing what what gaps need plugging in our pathways to meet individuals needs of our community members."

As we reflect on the success of this event, we extend thanks to everyone who participated, contributed, and made this day possible, especially Karen Marsden and her team at Witton Leisure for making this day happen. They went above and beyond to overcome barriers.

The energy, enthusiasm, and dedication displayed by all attendees were truly inspiring, reaffirming our belief in the strength of partnerships.

Active Partnerships
Lancashire and South Cumbria Health and Care Partnership
Funded by UK Government Levelling Up