Tags: local economies

  • Local Conversation in Holyhead: Greater control and taking action

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/project-stories/local-conversation-in-holyhead-greater-control-and-taking-action

    “Decision making through trust and empowerment has been the resounding theme over the past six months as our Local Conversation continues to thrive and evolve to meet the priorities of…

  • Local Conversation in Holyhead: Every voice matters

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/project-stories/local-conversation-in-holyhead-every-voice-matters

    “The main reason I decided to join the group was because they genuinely wanted the voice of younger residents within our community. A year on and I have learnt several…

  • Local Conversation in Holyhead

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/projects/local-conversation-in-holyhead

    Local people are at the forefront of the decision-making process and are supported to build confidence and to feel comfortable with making decisions that affect their neighbourhood. As economic conditions…

  • Tang Hall Food Co-operative

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/projects/tang-hall-food-co-operative

    Locally-owned shops where people can buy affordable, healthy food and keep local wealth more equitably within communities is an important part of addressing local health inequalities. The Tang Hall Food…

  • Butetown Employment Action Team (BEAT)

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/projects/butetown-employment-action-team-beat

    Income, employment and working conditions have a huge impact on our health. Having a good job can protect health by giving people stability, financial security and the ability to enjoy…

  • Lee Gardens Pool: Learning Together

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/projects/lee-gardens-pool-learning-together

    Penrhiwceiber had the highest child poverty rates across Wales in 2017/18 with 49.4% of children living in poverty. Health inequalities in Wales mean that people living in neighbourhoods experiencing the…

  • Unity Youth Projects

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/projects-we-fund/projects/unity-youth-projects

    The Fort was born from a neighbouring youth centre which offered activities for young people with additional needs. This focus was carried over, and having accessibility and inclusion as priorities…

  • Living Wage Places schemes exceed targets in 2021

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/news/stories/living-wage-places-schemes-exceed-targets-in-2021

    Strong local economies and stable employment that pays at least the real Living Wage, have a big impact on our health. This is why People’s Health Trust is one of…

  • Local economies

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/health-inequalities/what-makes-us-healthy/local-economies

    Inclusive economies and healthy futures: Supporting place-based action to reduce health inequalities: This report from the Local Government Association demonstrates the close relationship between public health and the health of…

  • Annual Review 2021 - A decade of funding

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/news/stories/annual-review-2021-a-decade-of-funding

    During these ten years over £121 million has been raised, over 3,200 projects have been reached and over 600,000 people have been supported. Our Annual Review showcases some of these…

  • What makes us healthy?

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/news/stories/what-makes-us-healthy

    People’s Health Trust has created a series of infographics exploring what makes us healthy. The infographics look at the importance of the social determinants of health as factors in our…

  • ONS Health Index Consultation

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/news/stories/ons-health-index-consultation-now-open

    In December, Office of National Statistics (ONS) published a new health index for England, and opened a consultation for feedback. The index was first proposed in December 2018 by the…

  • Pride Month 2020

    https://www.peopleshealthtrust.org.uk/news/stories/pride-month-2020

    This Pride Month we cannot be physically together marching in the streets - celebrating LGBTQ+ people and protesting ongoing inequalities. However we still wanted to take this time highlight…