Marketing Means help Thrive Plymouth launch

By on November 10, 2014 6:54 PM


At Plymouth City Council today, Marketing Means gave a presentation on the results of the 2014 Plymouth Wellbeing survey to help in the Thrive Plymouth launch today

Chris and Colin’s presentation was based on the views provided by nearly 1,650 residents of Plymouth to the postal survey conducted in September and October 2014.  Marketing Means handled the design and printing of the survey, including sending one reminder mailing.  We are currently analysing the data to provide  further meaningful results for the Council.

The survey focused on variations across Plymouth in four key lifestyle behaviours; smoking, excessive drinking, poor diet and lack of exercise that can lead to four chronic ill-health conditions.  Together, these are responsible for 54% of deaths in the city.

As ever, we thank all of the members of the public in Plymouth who spared time to participate in this survey,

Our presentation followed an introduction from Council leader, Councillor Tudor Evans and was itself followed by fine presentations from Paul Burton of the Plymouth Herald and Kelechi Nnoaham, director of public health in Plymouth.  They set out some of the ideas inspiring the 10 year campaign that Thrive Plymouth kicks off.

We wish the Council every success in this admirable initiative.  More details can be found at ThrivePlymouthLaunch.

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