Children from Wrexham and Flintshire were among thousands who have been put through their paces by a team of military veterans at Forces Fitness.

The sessions have been delivered to service children and their class friends across multiple schools within Wales this year in 13 local authorities, including Bridgend, Cardiff, Gwynedd, Ceredigion, Newport, Caerphilly, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Blaenau Gwent, Flintshire, Monmouthshire, Wrexham & Merthyr.

The team at Forces Fitness have worked with on its health, well-being and building resilience sessions that have been supported by the Welsh Government, and have thanked all the schools, pupils, teachers, Local Authorities, AFLO’S, Armed Forces personnel, Your North and the brilliant team at SSCE Cymru who helped.

The overall pupil / Learner Voice feedback score is 4.86 of a maximum score of 5  sitting between Very good and Excellent.   ( 1 Poor - 2 OK - 3 - Good - 4 Very Good - 5 Excellent)

The team also said that they received great feedback from the sessions, of which 210 were delivered.


Sean Molino BCA, the managing director of Forces Fitness, said: “All our team are so pleased to see the smiles on the children's faces whilst coming together, sharing stories and and meeting other service children in the area.

“The learners had so much fun during the sessions whilst learning some really valuable life lessons around health and well-being' and it was great to see them working together to overcome challenges with huge smiles on their faces.

“It’s been a fantastic program to work on, huge thanks to our team of Instructors and delivery partners who continue to make memorable experiences for our future generation!

“The children, teachers, Local Authority Staff and schools have really enjoyed us delivering and we hope to work with them again during 2022 – 2023"