Well Wayland: Health & Wellbeing Forum
Working in partnership with local organisations and individuals to improve health and wellbeing in the Wayland area.
The Well Wayland group meets bi-monthly (usually in the last week of the month) at Wayland House in Watton. It is an opportunity to discuss the projects, plans, ideas, needs and concerns of all those working, or with an interest in, health and wellbeing.
The meetings are relaxed but always productive and provide a positive setting in which to make an impact on the health of our community by providing opportunities for networking, sharing information, developing partnerships and generating new projects.
Date and Agenda of Forthcoming Meeting
The next Well Wayland meeting will be held on:
Tuesday 12th December, 10am at Wayland House, High Street, Watton. All welcome.
Why Our Members Value Well Wayland
“I work for Norfolk Carers, supporting unpaid carers in the local area, and I regularly attend the Well Wayland Partnership Meetings. The meetings are informal and friendly and I always pick up some very useful information about things going on in the Wayland Area.
A diverse group of people attend, covering a wide range of issues around Watton and outlying Villages. The meetings are a great way to keep up-to-date with projects, events and regular activities, which, in turn I pass on to local carers. The meetings also allow me to keep others up-to-date with carer’s issues and services.
By networking in this lively and interesting way, local organisations and service providers can ensure Wayland residents are fully informed about opportunities and activities in their community.
Well Wayland from the Wayland Partnership is an excellent organisation, and I look forward to attending the meetings.”
Marty Elliott, Carer Support Lead, Norfolk Carers
Forum Members Include:
- Ashill Village Aid
- Breckland Council
- Breckland Youth Advisory Board
- Daisy Project
- Growing Buddies
- Just Breathe
- My Confidence
- Pets as Therapy
- Norfolk Carers
- Norfolk County Council
- Norfolk Police
- St Mary’s Church, Watton
- Total Health Pharmacy
- Voluntary Norfolk
- Watton Surgery
- Watton Children’s Centre
- Watton Library
- Watton Sports Centre
- Watton Town Council
- Wayland Men’s Shed
- Wayland Dementia Cafe
- Workers Educational Association
- YANA Project
To find out more, please contact Suzanne Rhind, Business & Community Development Manager, suzanne(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)wayland.org.uk 01953 880204
The Wayland Partnership Development Trust is supported by money raised through the Health Lottery People’s Health Trust Active Communities programme.