Beat the Street Gloucester 2019
Beat the Street Gloucester is back for a second year.
From Wednesday 26 June to Wednesday 7 August 2019, Beat the Street is turning Gloucester into a giant game. Earn points, win prizes and discover Gloucester by walking, running and cycling.
93 sensors called Beat Boxes will be placed around Gloucester. To play the game you will need to tap a Beat the Street card or fob on the Beat Boxes to earn points.
You can play this game with your friends, family, colleagues, school, business or community group and see if you can climb to the top of the leader boards and win prizes.
Register your team now!
If you would like to register your team, email us with your team name, team leader, contact details and a short biography about your team. Teams will be featured on leader boards with a chance to win prizes and compete with other teams in Gloucester. You can help your team by getting friends and family to join in.
Playing the game
From 12 June, you will be able to pick up a card and map from a distribution point.
Once you receive your card, register your card and get tapping. Keep an eye on your points and the Beat the Street website to find out about bonus points, events and prizes you can win.
To find out more on your nearest beat box and distribution, visit the Beat the Street website.
Last year, 10,500 Gloucester residents walked, ran and cycled 74,000 miles in just six weeks – the equivalent of three times around the Earth. After the game, 92% of children reported they felt they spent more time walking, running or scooting and 53% of adults reported meeting the recommended amounts of physical activity.
This year, we want Gloucester to go even further. Thanks to the support of sponsors – Gloucester City Homes, Gloucester Bid and Marketing Gloucester – Beat the Street will provide a fun experience for the people of Gloucester.
Beat the Street Gloucester is brought to you by Gloucestershire Moves. Gloucestershire Moves is a movement to get you me and everybody in our county more active.
Beat the Street is delivered by Intelligent Health and is funded by The National Lottery on behalf of Sport England.