Health and Wellbeing

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Health and Wellbeing

Local information and services

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New Weight Management Introduction Sessions

Over 18? 

Looking to lose weight in a sustainable manner? 

Horsham Wellbeing run a free 12 week Weight Management course that aims to help you lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way. Before the next courses start in September we are offering FREE introduction sessions that will give you the opportunity to find out more about the course, meet the team and decide if it's right for you. Spaces are booking up fast so get in touch to book your place!

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Get Active...for free!

We offer a number of different courses aiming to support and guide you through your first steps to getting active or getting back into activity. Courses are run by friendly instructors and include:

Learn to Run

Exercise to Music


Outdoor Fitness

Get Active Courses

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Beat the heat

Although most of us welcome the summer sun, high temperatures can be harmful to your health. The heat can affect anyone, but some people run a greater risk of serious harm. The main risks are:



Heat exhaustion

Heat stroke  

Top Tips to Beat the Heat


FREE Workplace Support

Our Wellbeing Advisors visit workplaces to help support staff to stay healthy and well. As well as offering one-to-one support and Wellbeing MOTs they can also give talks on various health topics of your choice.  

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Active 10

Recommended Health App

Active 10 tracks your walking and shows you when to increase your pace to benefit your health.The app is designed to quickly and simply help you do more brisk walking in bursts of ten minutes, known as Active 10s. It tracks all your walking and rewards your progress.

A brisk 10 minute walk every day is a great excuse to get outside and improve your health.

Download the app

    Train Like A Jedi

    Let's Get Kids Moving!

    The new Change4Life Train Like a Jedi programme uses the excitement of Star Wars TM and its characters – alongside Double Olympic Gold Medallist Jade Jones – to encourage children to Train Like a Jedi and is designed to increase levels of physical activity amongst children in England

    Play now