Tag: health

Bumps and Babes exercise in Middleton Woods

Bumps and Babes are thrilled to be running their ‘Bumps and Buggy Fit’ sessions for the third time at Middleton Park over the Summer, as part of a portfolio of health, fitness and education programmes they deliver throughout Leeds. Sharon Wilkinson and Shelley Madden (Specialist Midwives for Bumps and Babes and

Health improvement project targets poorest 10%

A new way of delivering interventions to improve the health of the poorest ten per cent of Leeds will use expert knowledge and community expertise to change lives for the better. Focussing on the areas of the city which have the ten percent of most deprived neighbourhoods, ‘Better Together’ is

Councillors call for more health funding

Councillors at the Inner South Community Committee last night (15 February 2017) discussed plans to improve health services across the city, but said they had no faith in the outcome without substantial increase in funding from the government for both NHS and adult social care. They heard from Dr Ian

How do we get more physically active in South Leeds?

Members of the South Leeds community are invited to join the conversation around physical inactivity in the area at the latest Community Committee workshop. The conversation takes place at the South Leeds Stadium (part of the John Charles Centre for Sport) on Wednesday 15 February 2017. Part of this discussion

Charity Shop welcomes new Health Point Stand

St. Luke’s CARES has just introduced a new ‘Health Point’ Information Stand in their Dewsbury Road charity shop in Beeston. Along with browsing the quality second hand items at affordable prices St Luke’s CARES have teamed up with Joanne Davies, Health Improvement Principal from NHS public health, to raise health

Workshop will discuss children’s best start

The next Inner South Community Committee and Workshop will be held on Wednesday 9 December 2015. The workshop theme is Health and Well-being and will address the topic of Helping Children and Families have the Best Start. Cllr Angela Gabriel, Chair of the committee said: “We know that children born