Procurement Opportunities Update – Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Active Families

CLOSING DATE: 2019-01-31

TENDER INFORMATION:

We are seeking to commission a service Provider to deliver an accessible tier 2 lifestyle family weight management service (FWMS) called Active Families (AF), which supports overweight and obese children to reach and maintain a healthier BMI. The service contract is for a maximum of 12 months subject to review with a maximum of £48,000 available for the 12 months for 100 families.

The Provider must ensure that the Active Families programme is available across the city of Stoke-on-Trent with an even distribution of programmes in the north, central and south of the city. All responses to the service specification will be evaluated against their evidence of the criteria set out in section the Quality Standards. Providers of AF will be required to demonstrate competencies and ability to deliver educational sessions on nutrition and healthy eating and physical activity sessions that cater for the age range 4– 11 years and the whole family.

Please email Katrina.Hull@stoke.gov.uk or Sue.Marshall@stoke.gov.uk for a copy of the service specification, quotation evaluation questions or if you have any questions. The completed quotation evaluation questions must be submitted by email to Katrina.Hull@stoke.gov.uk by 10am on 31st January.


Cook and Eat

CLOSING DATE: 2019-01-31

TENDER INFORMATION:

We are seeking to commission a service Provider to deliver a community practical cooking programme called Cook and Eat, to support targeted populations across the city of Stoke-on-Trent to adopt healthier eating habits to improve nutrition and general health.

The service contract is for a maximum of 12 months with a maximum of £36,000 available and a target of 90 individuals completing Cook and Eat (attending a minimum of 4 out of 6 sessions) in the year.

The Provider must ensure that the Cook and Eat offer is available across the city of Stoke-on-Trent with an even distribution of programmes in the north, central and south of the city. All responses to the service specification will be evaluated against evidence of the criteria set out in the Quality Standards.

Providers of Cook and Eat will be required to demonstrate competencies and ability to deliver practical and educational sessions on nutrition and healthy eating.

Please email Katrina.Hull@stoke.gov.uk or Sue.Marshall@stoke.gov.uk for a copy of the service specification, quotation evaluation questions or if you have any questions. The completed quotation evaluation questions must be submitted by email to Katrina.Hull@stoke.gov.uk by 10am on 31st January.