Healthy Weight Declaration Evaluation Report

Healthy Weight Declaration Evaluation Report

With the Local Authority Declaration on Healthy Weight being adopted across the North West and beyond, we have commissioned a first evaluation of Blackpool Council’s declaration – one year on. This report gives some insight into the process the declaration took and the impact it has had in Blackpool.

Food Active: Blackpool Evaluation Report

We hope to use this report to attract funding for a full academic evaluation. If your university would be interested in measuring the impact of the Declaration in Blackpool, please email:

alex.holt@foodactive.org.uk 


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