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Creating environments that remove barriers to healthy eating and moving more will have a significant, positive impact on the public's health and help to reduce inequalities. Raising awareness, generating public debate, working with our communities, schools and businesses and using local organisations can all help to make the environment a healthier one for our residents. In creating healthier places we also have the opportunity to build robust partnerships that can achieve meaningful engagement with local communities to reduce health inequalities. We want to develop a culture and environment which proactively fosters active and healthy lives, a borough which is designed to encourage healthy eating and physical activity as the norm.

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