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Living with Covid

March 2022

Read about all the current guidance and advice for coronavirus in England. 

Read more Coronavirus

Vaccination Buses and Drop In Clinics

March 2022

It's not too late to get some extra protection from Covid-19.

Read more Public Health news: Vaccination Buses and Drop In Clinics

Peer Pals

March 2022

Have you made lifestyle changes to improve your health? Are you passionate about helping others to do the same?

Read more Public Health news: Peer Pals

Become A Better U

March 2022

Want to lose some weight and get more active? We've got tons of things to help you!

Read more Public Health news: Become 'A Better U'

Social Determinants of Health

March 2022

What do we mean by social determinants of health and how can we tackle them?

Read more Public Health news: Social Determinants of Health

Our Health and the Planet's Health

March 2022

Human health and the health of our environment are intrinsically linked.

Read more Public Health news: Our Health and the Planet's Health

Don't Wait and No Smoking Day (9th March)

March 2022

It's never too late to quit smoking - make today the day you quit!

Read more Public Health news: Don't Wait & No Smoking Day (9th March)

Healthy Start Digital Scheme

March 2022

Get help to buy food and milk and FREE vitamins.

Read more Public Health news: Healthy Start Digital Scheme

Are you on Universal Credit?

March 2022

We want to hear your experiences.

Read more Public Health news: Are you on Universal Credit?

Suicide Prevention and Grief Training

March 2022

Community approaches to talking about suicide prevention and grief.

Read more Public Health news: Suicide Prevention and Grief Training


Find out more about the campaigns we're supporting this quarter. Public Health news: Public Health campaigns

Public Health England can help you to promote health messages in your organisation. Whether you're looking to reduce kids' sugar consumption, deliver better adult health outcomes or increase cancer diagnosis and survival rates, you'll find everything you need in the  Public Health England: Campaign Resources Centre

Follow us on Facebook (@c4lsouthtyneside) and Twitter (@change4lifeST) for up to date information on the campaigns we're supporting.

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  • Change4Life South Tyneside
  • Town Hall and Civic Offices
    Westoe Road
    South Shields
    United Kingdom
    NE33 2RL

  • 0191 424 7300

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