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Table 1 Walking Cities’ data against which the SEF tool was evaluated

From: Missed opportunities in the evaluation of public health interventions: a case study of physical activity programmes

Source Documents
Department of Health ➢ Invitation to submit proposal for additional revenue funding for walking as a supplement to the Cycle City Ambition Grant (guidance document)
➢ Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking application form (the bid document)
Birmingham City Council ➢ Walking Revolution. Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking bid document
➢ Creating more active communities. Walking cities final report: summary and recommendations (Birmingham, Leeds and Bradford and Norwich combined report by Living Streetsa)
Cambridgeshire County Council ➢ Walk Local. Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking bid document
➢ End of funding reports from 5 individual projects: Walk Buggy; Walk Health; Walk Work; Walk School; Walk Aware
Leeds City Council and the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council ➢ Best Foot Forward. Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking bid document
➢ Creating more active communities. Walking cities final report: summary and recommendations (Birmingham, Leeds and Bradford and Norwich combined report by Living Streetsa)
Greater Manchester authorities ➢ Get Active in Greater Manchester. Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking bid document
➢ Get Active in Greater Manchester evaluation report (general)
➢ Individual evaluations for 8 projects
Norwich City Council ➢ Walk to. Cycle City Revenue funding for Walking bid document
➢ Creating more active communities. Walking cities final report: summary and recommendations (Birmingham, Leeds and Bradford and Norwich combined report by Living Streetsa)
➢ Walk Norwich Programme Report
  1. aLiving Streets ran the walking project in 3 of the cities https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/