Part of a campaign shortlisted for Best Outdoor Campaign at the Roses Creative Awards.
A research-led campaign, funded by Sport England for Sefton Council. The purpose? To get more people from under-represented groups into swimming pools in Sefton, Merseyside. To improve health and wellbeing outcomes in an area where life expectancy is much lower than the national average. The campaign focussed on showing as many different groups as possible that swimming was for them as well as overcoming some of the barriers to entry that our research suggested stopped certain groups from swimming.
Outdoor advertising campaign consisting of 6 sheet Adshells.
This part of the campaign promoted improvements to swimming facilities at Bootle Leisure Centre, based on customer feedback. Each site creative was specific to that location and showed the background you would see through the Adshell, giving the appearance the person was showering in the bus shelter.
See the first part of this outdoor campaign here.