Health and wellbeing news from Welwyn Hatfield week beginning 22nd November
Sharing local updates on health and wellbeing services, events, training courses, funding etc
News for the week beginning 22nd November
Welhat Healthy Hub Monthly Pop Up Clinics - Find your happy!
Our Healthy Hub Pop Up Clinics are taking place, every 3rd week of the month
Tuesday at Hatfield Library and Hatfield Foodbank
Wednesday at Wewlyn Garden City Library
Our team will be there, along with special guest services, operating free programmes for the following;
Weight management, NHS Health Checks, Mental health support, Addiction support, Digital Inclusion Projects, Stop Smoking, Personal Development courses, Healthy eating, Homelessness support services, Energy Saving services, and much more!
Decembers' Healthy Hub Pop Up Clinic special guest's are, Beezee Bodies and NHS Health Checks
When and where
Tuesday, 21st December
- Hatfield Library 10.00am-1pm-Beezee Bodies
- Hatfield Library 10.00am-4.30pm-Healthy Hub Staff
- Hatfield Foodbank 12.00pm-2pm-TBC
Wednesday 22nd Dec
- WGC Library 10am-4.30pm-NHS Health Checks and Healthy Hub Staff
Booking is essential for the NHS Health Checks Click here to book an appointment
or email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the Healthy Hub Enquiries form here
Music24 invite you to their 4th annual Dementia Friendly Carol Service on 6th December 2021
Music24 carol service will be a heartwarming all-inclusive community event. The carol service will take place at, St Etheldreda's Church, Old Hatfield, on the 6th of December, from 2pm-3pm.
Parking is courtesy of Hatfield Hous,e in the Hatfield House car park.
Complimentary refreshments will be provided after the service.
Hope to see you there!
Hertfordshire County Council would like to hear what residents think of local pharmacy services
Your opinion matters. Hertfordshire County Council would like to hear what you think of pharmacy services in Hertfordshire to help develop services in the future.
Your views will help HCC to develop a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) which will look at:
- Health needs in Hertfordshire
- The level and accessibility of pharmacy services
- How these will be maintained and developed in the future
If you take part you will be answering some questions about your own experience and views. The questionnaire should take no longer than five minutes to complete. Please be honest with your answers so HCC can accurately assess areas where pharmacies are already performing well and areas that need improvement.
The confidential survey can be accessed by clicking here. It should take no more than five minutes to complete.
Have you or a member of your family ever served?
If you answered yes to that question then the Royal British Legion might be able to help you.
The RBL offers a variety of support services to people and their families who have served from, physical and mental wellbeing, financial and employment support, care and independent living and local community connections. The new service they are launching currently is their Digital Inclusion Package.
The Digital Inclusion Service is to improve access to the Internet and online services for eligible beneficiaries.
DEVICES: laptop or a tablet.
INTERNET CONNECTION: through pay as you go router or SIM card.
TRAINING: if not available for free then from an appropriate source.
Anyone who is has served one day with any of the UK's Armed Forces as either a regular or reservist or is their partner/ex-partner, widow/widower, and who cannot afford to purchase the equipment themselves.
Call 0808 802 8080 7 days per week from 8am to 8pm.
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Find out what gets you Moving More today with the new and improved Herts Activity Finder brought to you by Herts Sports Partnership
The Activity Finder is the 'go-to' hub for physical activity opportunities in Hertfordshire.
With thousands of sessions uploaded by activity providers, find out what could get you Moving More, whether that means finding something local to you or from the comfort of your own home.