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“Wellbeing Exeter is so beneficial, often the patients that keep returning to their GP just need social interaction”

— Dr Wong (Westbank Surgery)

Wellbeing Exeter’s New Family Offer


Posted: 30 September 2020



Wellbeing Exeter’s new offer to support families to improve their wellbeing is now here.   Wellbeing Exeter is pleased to be launching its new family offer this week. Families who live in Exeter can…

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A Letter From the Queen!


Posted: 24 September 2020



We were very humbled to receive this from the Lord Lieutenant of Devon, the Queen’s personal representative acknowledging our work during the pandemic. Outcomes wouldn’t have been achieved without the hard work from local…

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Positive Example of Small Group in Wonford Staying Connected


Posted: 9 September 2020



Over the past few months, we have heard some wonderful stories about how groups have adapted  and found new ways to keep on going. One of these is the Krafty Kafe in Wonford, which…

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What is a Community Builder?


Posted: 15 July 2020



This image shows a summary of what the Community Builder role covers, created by Amy – Community Builder for Minconglake & Whipton ward. This blog also gives a lovely insight to the role of…

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Exeter’s exciting new approach to help young people improve their wellbeing is now here.  


Posted: 3 July 2020



Wellbeing Exeter is pleased to be launching its new young people offer this week. Young people aged 11 to 18, who live in Exeter, can now receive a different type of prescription from their…

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Community Builders in Action: COVID-19


Posted: 22 June 2020



Some lovely little community ‘Spirit of Sharing’ stories in this weeks Exeter City Council ‘Exeter Community Wellbeing Hotline’ blog, (an offer jointly delivered between ECC & Wellbeing Exeter). Featuring the ‘Codrington Street Planters’, supported…

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Update: Covid 19


Posted: 18 March 2020



Just to update that Wellbeing Exeter is continuing to offer our programme as normal, through our team of Community Connectors, Builders & Physical Activity Organisers but in a less face-to-face manner. We are working…

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Pleased to Introduce you…CPAOs


Posted: 25 February 2020



We are pleased to introduce you to the newest members of the Wellbeing Exeter growing Team…Ed & Andy. Ed & Andy are Community Physical Activity Organisters, hosted by the Exeter City Community Trust. Their…

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Meet Community Builders & Connectors: Jan 28th


Posted: 17 January 2020



We invite you to come & meet Community Builders & Community Connectors – at our stand as part of the Exeter Libraries ‘Active Minds Active Lives’ month. Jan 28th 11-2pm, Exeter Central Library. just…

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5 Ways to Festive Wellbeing…


Posted: 5 December 2019



Following the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’ model that we use at Wellbeing Exeter, we bring you 5 Ways to Festive Wellbeing. Find full guide here: 5 Ways to Festive Wellbeing Find some examples of…

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Neighbourhood Profiles


Posted: 5 August 2019



We are pleased to announce the first phase of neighbourhood profiles for the wards in which the earlier cohort of Community Builders are based. Covering: Countess Wear Exwick Newtown and St Leonards Pennsyvlania Pinhoe…

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Happy #SocialPrescribingDay


Posted: 14 March 2019



Today is the first international Social Prescribing Day! So Happy #SocialPrescribingDay to you all. Social Prescribing is a growing & powerful model enabling residents to take control, get connected & improve their own health &…

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Wellbeing Exeter join the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance


Posted: 22 February 2019



Wellbeing Exeter is a partnership of public, voluntary and community sector organisations who have come together to explore better ways of supporting the 40% of patients who visit their GP with socially based rather…

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Public Health England Features Wellbeing Exeter as Case Study


Posted: 9 October 2018



Wellbeing Exeter is pleased to be a part of the PHE collection of community-centred and asset-based practice examples, available on their knowledge & libraries homepage. Practice examples aim to share the learning from public…

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Wellbeing Exeter Expands Across the City


Posted: 9 October 2018



As of April 2018 a two year extension and expansion enabled us to offer social prescribing in all sixteen Exeter NHS GP Practices. Alongside this, the asset-based community development part of the project led…

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It’s all About the Right Connections – Community Connector Article


Posted: 15 September 2017



Article featured in the August addition of the Citizen Magazine (Exeter City Council)

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Wellbeing Exeter Shortlisted for HSJ Award, & Extension Confirmed


Posted: 15 September 2017



Find out more-  Click here for Article

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