Becoming a healthy city means working together on all of the things which improve people's health and wellbeing, including ensuring everyone has a good start in life, higher educational attainment, greater employment prospects, better housing conditions, and good transport facilities.
Read about the seven themes which form the backbone of Healthy Norwich’s work.
To get involved you can make a pledge either as an individual or a business/organisation/community group.
Healthy Norwich’s partners are Norwich City Council, NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Norfolk County Council’s Public Health Engagement with Broadland District Council is also included.
Healthy Norwich funding for 2016
Healthy Norwich has awarded nearly £40,000 in grants to local projects that can demonstrate impact on obesity, smoking prevalence and fuel poverty (Innovation to Support Sustainable Healthy Communities Fund) and projects with positive mental wellbeing at their core (Mental Wellbeing Innovation Fund).
See Healthy Norwich funded projects.