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Monday 3 August 2020

East Herts Healthy Hub

Healthy Hub provides a range of support for different health and wellbeing needs in East Herts.

The Healthy Hub East Herts will be based at the East Herts Council Wallfields Offices, Hertford and at Charringtons House, Bishop’s Stortford and you will be able to speak to colleagues about the services on offer during the normal opening times of 08:30 - 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Healthy Hub Services
Support will be available to help with a range of health and wellbeing needs. The services available through the healthy hubs include:

- Healthy lifestyle advice including stop smoking, nutrition advice and opportunities to be more physically active.

- Group support and presentations focused on health and wellbeing themes.

- Services offered by Citizens Advice East Herts Service who are also based at the East Herts Wallfields Office.

- Mental health and wellbeing referral to local services.

- Referral to specific wellbeing support

- Referral to training and skills opportunities with local providers.

Become a member of the Healthy Hub
To sign up to become a member of the Healthy Hub East Herts please complete our Healthy Hub East Herts Enquiry Form here.

If you've signed up, tell others what you think about Healthy Hub by posting a message below.

Saturday 1 August 2020

CAREbank August News


This month in CAREbank there is a focus on -


Recovering from Covid-19
We are asking residents to share their views on how they feel about social connections and internet access as this will be a key aspect of our collective recovery from the impact of Covid-19. This short confidential survey is being carried out across the Hadhams, Hamlets, Pelhams & Albury with the support of Much Hadham Health Centre and our County Cllr, and we would really value your immediate input.

Your personal views are vital to help shape how our village communities take forward social prescribing to support residents as they come out of lockdown via our village halls and other venues, so we would really value your honest input about what you feel is needed.

If you live in the survey's catchment area you will receive a survey form through your door.


Stay socially connected whilst you continue to practice social distancing with online activities & wellbeing information at: https://www.carebank.uk Many local groups & societies are discovering new ways of connecting.

You can find an A- Z of alternative hobbies to try whilst regular groups & societies are unable to meet up. Updates on local groups & societies will be posted on the CAREbank website.

Online quiz hosted by Rotary for residents and groups to connect with one another. Contact below.