Campaigns

Don’t let measles or mumps ruin your festival fun!

Now that the festival season is almost here, Walsall’s Public Health team is advising young festival goers to make sure they’re up to date with their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) jabs. Recently, there’s been an increase in measles and mumps cases across England, particularly in young people and children. Mass events like festivals can

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Making Connections Walsall have partnered with The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country to deliver two FREE “health and well-being in nature” courses for older Walsall residents experiencing loneliness or isolation. Our first program begins the 15th May 2019 at Walsall Arboretum, every Wednesday morning 10am – 1pm. Refreshments provided. If you work

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Work Place Health

Have you seen Walsall Council’s Staff Health and Wellbeing at Work Offer? If you are an employer, why not develop your own? There are benefits of supporting staff health and wellbeing to both individual employees as well as the business. These include improved personal health, greater work satisfaction and morale, increased productivity and reduced absenteeism.

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Emotional Health and Wellbeing Toolkit

This guide is aimed at identifying interventions that will support the promotion of resilience and good behaviour in childhood and adolescence therefore reducing the behaviour that affects a young person’s ability to learn.   While issues may become evident at school, the time of pregnancy and early years play a major part in laying the foundations

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It is Cycle to Work Day 2018!    Cycle to Work Day is on Wednesday 15th August.  We will be celebrating Cycle to Work Day – and we want you to join in! Cycle to Work Day is an annual celebration of cycling. It’s the perfect opportunity for employees who haven’t tried cycling to work before

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The Making Connections Walsall (MCW) provides older people in Walsall with an opportunity to explore their social needs and interests. It seeks to address the loneliness and isolation of older people by providing them with support to build their social networks and engage in community activities. This service provides the health community and social care

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