Dan Tremain has been appointed as Intelligent Health’s new active partnership manager.
Bringing a unique perspective on working with active partnerships, Dan brings lots of hands-on experience and in his former role has already successfully delivered three highly-popular Beat the Street Compact games in Bridgwater, Taunton and Yeovil.
Dan has previously spent four years at Somerset County Council Public Health which included a secondment at Somerset Activity & Sports Partnership (SASP). This role involved working with children and families, primary schools, and early years settings across the whole of Somerset to increase physical activity levels and improve health and well-being.
His role at Intelligent Health will be to manage the smaller Beat the Street Compact games which are active partnership-led versions of the physical activity game.
Dan said: “I’m hoping I’ll be able to share my knowledge and experience to support the great work of Intelligent Health. I’m very excited to get stuck into this new role and can’t wait to get people across the UK active through Beat the Street Compact games, work with Active Partnerships and hopefully make a positive impact to the Intelligent Health team.
“I’m delighted to bring my experience of leading three Beat the Street Compact games in Somerset and share best practice to get the best results which I am very passionate about.”
In his spare time, Dan likes to stay active and also supports Taunton Town Football Club.