MacKay Hannah

Scotland’s Public Health Obesity Crisis: Preventing and reducing obesity in Scotland


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SPFL Trust

The SPFL Trust are an independent registered charity associated with the Scottish Professional Football League.

They work in partnership with Scotland’s 42 professional clubs and external agencies to promote, support, fund and administer activities which inspire SPFL clubs to help meet the identified social needs of the people of Scotland.

Their purpose is to use football’s unique presence to assist Scotland’s people to achieve their goals and improve their life chances.

Their vision is to work with SPFL clubs to use the unique power of football to engage with communities.

Click to download a copy of the SPFL Trust Five Year Plan 2016 to 2021

There are a number of ways The SPFL Trust can work in partnership with organizations to help make a positive difference to the local community you serve.

Click to get in touch with us.


Lorraine Tulloch

Programme Lead – Obesity Action Scotland, RCPSG

Lorraine is the Programme Lead for Obesity Action Scotland, one of Scotland’s leading advocacy groups on healthy weight.  Obesity Action Scotland was established in June 2015 and is based within the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Lorraine previously worked as an independent consultant on public health policy and her clients included Scottish Government, Architecture and Design Scotland and NHS Education Scotland.   Lorraine has previously provided interim management services across a number of policy areas in Scottish Government and has a wealth of experience in policy making and business management.  From 2007 to 2013 work for Scottish Government involved developing and leading the national public health initiative “Good Places Better Health”, leading the development of the Place Standard and contributing to the development of health inequalities policy. 

An Environmental Health Officer by profession, her career has included working within various local and regional levels of government in enforcement, enabling and advisory roles around environment and health.


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Suzanne Fletcher

Founder/Registered Nutritionist, Nutrition Scotland


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Delegate at ACES 2015

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