Beat the Street launches virtual game in Clacton and Jaywick Sands


A NEW two week Beat the Street game has launched in Clacton and Jaywick Sands.
Running for two weeks from October 24 to November 6, the game will be played virtually as a trial of the new app.
You can join as an individual, join an existing team or create a new one.
Becky Dowling, physical activity capacity builder at Community Voluntary Services Tendring (CVST), said: “This mini game follows on from the full game, which ran across Clacton and Jaywick Sands this summer.
“Everyone had a great time playing and got quite competitive in the end.
“This time it is two weeks and is being run to trial the game’s new app with £150 of vouchers up for grabs for total winners and £50 for individual winner.
“Players can collect points by finding virtual Beat the Street boxes around the area.
“It’s great fun, and a great way to get active.”
Delivered by Intelligent Health and CVST, Beat the Street is funded by the Active Essex Local Delivery Pilot – a project testing ways to encourage residents to be more active and to improve health outcomes and reduce pressure on the NHS.
Download the app at – iPhone users need to download TestFlight first – and keep up to date with the game on Facebook.
To join a team email

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