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Support to Community Cafes

We support cafes to get started, develop new work and share best practice. Community cafes promote healthier eating, and also benefit mental wellbeing through social interaction and the development of volunteers.

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Bike4Life at South of England Show

Change4Life went public with a whizz of wheels at the launch of a Bike4Life themed event stand for the 2009 South of England Agricultural Show.

Published by: Juliette Harmer 20.01.2010

 

Active Kent

Key to encouraging people to take up activity and make small changes to become healthier is the use of simple messages, and ensuring appropriate information on activity is available.

In order to assist in working towards this, the Active Kent website www.activekent.co.uk has been developed.

Published by: Elise Rendall 11.01.2010

 

Healthy Multicultural Recipe Competition and DVD

Multicultural recipe competition with traditional recipes from different cultures. Cooking contest and tips on how to make small changes to traditional recipes to make them more healthily . DVD with recipes and healty eating tips.

Published by: Uta Schmidtblaicher 08.06.2009

 

Guildcare Weight Management Course

A health trainer provided nutritional advice and healthy alternatives for members of a retirement club in West Sussex!

Published by: Alex Williams 01.06.2009

 

Total Health - Healthy Eating Project

Healthy eating and exercise programme that took place within a sheltered housing scheme in the Brighton & Hove area.

Published by: Alex Williams 27.05.2009

 

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