Click on these links to find out what we mean by ‘Harnessing community participation in health and wellbeing’.
Councillor Jeff Morgan Chooses Winner of Spanish Holiday
HH&I was founded by a desire from Cllr Morgan to reach out to the over 50s in our community who were marginalised. He facilitated an environment where County Council, NHS, volunteer and private sector could contribute their skills to create a brighter future. Click here to find out more.
Getting Involved Makes YOU Happier
Research consistently shows that people who make efforts to ‘give back to the community’, themselves get enriched. Volunteering can take on so many different forms. There will be something that fits perfectly with your availability and previous experience. Why not click here to get involved with the vast range of opportunities to volunteer locally?
Vibrant Community Support for HH&I Launch
The Happy, Healthy and Involved board wish to thank everyone involved with the launch of the programmes this year. This could not be done without your support. We expect our findings make a real difference not just in the Nuneaton area, but nationwide. Click here to find out more.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Mayor Launches HH&I
Councillor Bill Hancox, Mayor of Nuneaton & Bedworth addresses the launch event for Happy, Healthy and Involved. Click here to find out more.
Volunteer Friends Teams up with HH&I
Richard Smith, Director of Volunteer Friends (second from left), welcomes HH&I board members to a launch event. Volunteer Friends have agreed to help find the right opportunity, for any local residents who wishes to 'get involved'. Click here to find out more.
Sings the Tunes
HH&I Chairman Mike Slemensek breaks out in song at the Cream Tea and Cake party organised by the Carer’ Café.
This programme consistently produces life enhancing stories from those who organise and those who attend the activities. Why not come along yourself, or recommend someone who you think will benefit. Click here to find out more.
Whitestone Patient Group Win ‘PPG of the Year’ 2016
WS-PPG were handed the Corkill Award at the annual conference of the National Association of Patient Participation (N.A.P.P), in honour of its ongoing outstanding work within the local community. Click here to find out more.
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All HH&I programmes are supported by a strong team of volunteer computer programmers/teachers. They also provide one-on-one teaching for all those who wish to learn more about more about basic computing. Click here to find out more.
HH&I Links with Public Health Warwickshire
HH&I are proud to work closely with Wellbeing for Warwickshire. Our project survey is designed to introduce local residents to these existing initiatives.
Whitestone Surgery's Patient Participation Group have an active profile in the local community. We welcome new members. Please feel free to make suggestions, put forward ideas, come and chat to us. Click here to find out more.
HH&I Supports the University of the Third Age (U3A)
WS-PPG member meets U3A volunteers. U3A is a nationwide organisation based on local groups providing opportunities for retired and semi-retired people to come together and develop their interests. Click here to find out more.