Activity levels across Greater Manchester boroughs released

By GreaterSport | 14 November 2019 | TAGS: research, Sport England, Active Lives

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Following the latest release of Sport England's Active Lives Survey, we have received and analysed the activity levels within each of Greater Manchester's boroughs.

View the overview of activity levels below, and click on the boroughs to find a more detailed breakdown of the survey results.

Greater Manchester Activity Levels

73.3% adults are active for at least 30 minutes a week in Greater Manchester, which equates to 1,639,000 adults. This is an increase of 14,900 from the survey 12 months ago and a total increase of 68,100 since the survey began in 2015 – 16. Read the full news article summarising the Greater Manchester results here.

Bolton Activity Levels

73.2% of adults in Bolton are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 164,400 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 2.4% and 6,400 adults.

Bury Activity Levels

74.8% of adults in Bury are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 113,100 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 1.2% and 2,800 adults.

Manchester Activity Levels

74.6% of adults in Manchester are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 325,700 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 0.9% and 13,600 adults.

Oldham Activity Levels

67.7% of adults in Oldham are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 123,400 adults. This is a decrease since baseline (November 2015-16) of 5.8% and 7,400 adults.

Rochdale Activity Levels

67.1% of adults in Rochdale are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 115,700 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 1.6% and 4,900 adults.

Salford Activity Levels

75.6% of adults in Salford are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 153,400 adults. This is a significant improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 6.7% and 17,900 adults.

Stockport Activity Levels

77.2% of adults in Stockport are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 181,300 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 0.3% and 2,200 adults.

Tameside Activity Levels

73.7% of adults in Tameside are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 132,600 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 4.1% and 9,000 adults.

Trafford Activity Levels

77.0% of adults in Trafford are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 143,200 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 4.2% and 8,900 adults.

Wigan Activity Levels

70.3% of adults in Wigan are moving, at least 30 minutes a week, equivalent to 186,100 adults. This is an improvement since baseline (November 2015-16) of 2.9% and 9,600 adults.

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