Get Set Leeds?
Coronavirus and Get Set Leeds (Last updated 14th October 2020)
Due to the high infection rate in Leeds, the government has introduced additional local restrictions for the city. You can still exercise outdoors in groups of 6 or less, however the government advice is to only exercise with people you live with or who are part of your support bubble. Exercising outdoors as part of a group of more than 6, or indoors as part of any group of 2 or more (outside your household or support bubble), is only allowed if it is an organised or licensed physical activity.
For those self-isolating or staying indoors, physical activity and relaxation techniques can be valuable tools to help you remain calm and continue to protect your health during this time.
For more guidance and tips on looking after your physical and mental wellbeing during the Coronavirus please visit our news page.
If you just want to know more about Get Set Leeds then please keep reading.
What is Get Set Leeds?
Imagine if Leeds was the most active city in the UK – how would things be different?
Get Set Leeds is a partnership of people from all over the city who want to play a part in making Leeds more active. People just like you. People who know it feels good to be active, but don’t always find it easy to make it happen every day. People with great ideas for changes that could get everyone in Leeds moving more.
Last year, we asked people to share with us their ideas for being physically active in Leeds, and thousands of you told us what changes in the city would enable them to be more active.
After working together with Leeds Beckett University to analyse these results, we are delighted to share our findings with you.
We know that being active is good for our own health, good for communities and good for the city as a whole. And we know our city already offers lots of opportunities to get active. But together we can do so much more. Together, we can make Leeds the best city to be active in the UK.