Our activities challenge and help to eradicate health inequalities, by our supporting the community to become more engaged with and in control of its health and wellbeing.
We provide educational and fun activities which are free for participants or as low cost as possible.
By working in partnership with other organisations we seek to build and increase capacity so funding can reach more beneficiaries without creating cost barriers.
We co-design and co-produce inclusive and accessible training and learning; to enable personal development and to enhance opportunities for further learning, volunteering, and employment.
We are a Royal Society for Public Health learning centre and provide accredited courses including Youth Health Champions; Understanding Health Improvement; and Improving the Public's Health.