Round up of the #BeeatHome activities

When the government restricted all but essential movement across the UK in March, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust launched a #BeeatHome campaign that encouraged children and adults to stay active within their homes. The Trust delivered educational and physical activity content to children and young people in the local area while simultaneously urging people to stay at home to help save lives. The two month campaign saw people getting involved in a range of ways, as can be seen below.

You can read more about the #BeeatHome campaign here and the Trust has now launched a #BeeWell campaign as restrictions around movement have changed. #BeeWell aims to support children and adults with their physical and mental wellbeing. With a recent survey highlighting how young people’s mental health has worsened since the Covid-19 crisis, the campaign aims to offer an array of online activities to support adults and young people during the crisis.

The #BeeWell campaign follows on from the Trust’s successful #BeeatHome campaign, which saw 1,000 children and young people take part in online activities. The campaign is being supported by EcoWorld London, the Principal Partner of Brentford FC. Read more on #BeeWell here.