Introducing Your New Wellbeing Hub

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Introducing Your New Wellbeing Hub 

We are officially open for business! Thank you to everyone who popped down to our opening, the morning was a huge success, and we were so pleased to hear such positive feedback about the space.

We are so happy to have a presence in the town centre again and look forward to all the possibilities the space gives us. 

A special thank you to the Wellbeing Team for all their hard work moving into the hub and making it look so fantastic.

Swan walk shop map

Find us here!

Opening times:

Monday 9am - 4.30pm

Tuesday 9am - 4.30pm

Wednesday 1pm- 5pm

Thursday 9am - 4.30pm

Friday 9am - 4.30pm


Our new hub is in Swan Walk shopping centre. Head towards Wilko and you will see us directly opposite.

You can pop in anytime to find out more about our service. 

Alcohol Awareness Week


This Alcohol Awareness Week is focusing on the true cost of alcohol to highlight the personal costs of drinking too much and the benefits of cutting down, as well as the wider costs to society. 

The cost-of-living crisis has also played a key role in causing some people to drink more than they’d like to cope with worries around the crisis.

By taking control of our drinking habits, we can save money, gain back more time, improve our health, have more energy, improve our memory, have better sleep, improve mood, better our relationships. The list really does go on!

At Horsham Wellbeing we are lucky to have two Advisors who specialise in alcohol support and offer free face-to-face guidance. Read on to find out more about the service and how we could help you or a loved one.

3rd - 7th July

Sam - Alcohol Advisor

Alcohol Advice Service

Our Alcohol support service provides a series of FREE one-to-one sessions to support people who may be drinking at increasing risk or higher risk levels. 

It is a confidential, non-judgmental service with no group work involved and people are not expected to stop drinking completely unless they want to.

Each session last approximately 45 mins and we are pleased to be able to offer these face-to- face or over the phone. Although you can have up to 8 sessions, you can opt to have fewer or just the one.  

If you feel drink is sneaking up on you and you could benefit from this service, it is very easy to be referred or to refer yourself. 

Call: 01403 215111

Email Horsham Wellbeing

Online Referral Form (new window)

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Upcoming Workshops 

Our FREE group talks and workshops are a friendly and informal way to find out information on a range of subjects. 

prediabetes workshop


Every 2 minutes someone is diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, a  health condition that can cause long-term health problems.

Our prediabetes workshop is for anyone who has been told they are either prediabetic or at a higher risk. We will show you how to manage and lower your risk with small and sustainable lifestyle changes.


Friday 21st July

The Henfield Hall, BN5 9EQ

Book Here

Learn to Run starting in July

Learn To Run

Our Learn to Run course is a 10-week programme for people who aren’t currently active and need a little help getting started.

Led by qualified instructors, the course will help get you from walking to jogging gradually and safely.

Improve your fitness, confidence and make the most of summer weather!

6pm every Wednesday, Starting 5th July

Horsham Park

Book Here

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Let's Talk About Sleep

Sleep is essential for good health. Not only does it help our bodies recover, but it also improves our cognitive abilities, emotional stability and immune system. 

If you dread bedtime or wake up feeling like you've had no sleep at all, why not join our sleep workshop and learn what changes you can make to ensure a good night's rest.


Thursday 27th July

Pulborough Library, RH20 2BQ

Book Here

Weight off workshops

WOW is back 

We are now taking bookings for our popular Weight off Workshops starting in September. We have groups running in Cowfold, Billingshurst, Horsham, Storrington and Henfield.

All groups will include private weekly weigh ins, toolbox, food diaries and weekly group workshops. Some groups will also include a weekly exercise class.

Contact us to find out more!

Starting September

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Horsham's first Menopause Cafe!

Menopause Cafe Horsham

Hosted by Horsham Central Primary Care Network and Horsham Wellbeing. This will be held at Chococo, Horsham, on the 3rd of August at 18:00pm and open to everyone in Horsham!

This Menopause Café is aimed at breaking down the stigma around menopause and increasing awareness of the impact of menopause on those experiencing it. The idea is to create conversations in our communities and to support one another.

There are 30 spaces available for this event bookable using the below link.


Book Here

Mens health survey

Improving care for men

Men's Health Week took place last month, during which we ran 3 male health clinics offering wellbeing and NHS Heath checks.

We want to make sure we continue to encourage men to seek medical help and advice which is why we have produced a short survey to help us understand how we can better cater to men's needs.

Help us by completing this short survey.


West Chiltington Village Show

What better way to enjoy a summer’s day than a traditional English village show!

The West Chiltington Village Show offers a range of fun attractions including wine tasting, live music, a dog show, children races, games and competitions such as tug of war and best vegetables. Who knows, you may walk away with ‘Best in Show’!

Horsham Wellbeing team will be supporting Chanctonbury Leisure centre who are providing lots of games and summer activities throughout the day.

1pm-5pm, Saturday 15th July

Henfield common

Henfield Wellbeing Walks

New routes!

We have 5 new Wellbeing Walk routes across Henfield. All of which take advantage of the beauty and history of this scenic village.

Take a look at July's timetable for more details.

Walk Timetable

Health Promotion Day 

The Wellbeing team will be joining the 'Busting Myths' event to showcase how we can help local residents with additional learning needs. There will be different areas focussing on health promotion, including; cancer screening, annual health checks, hospital care passports and local services available to anyone with additional needs in the local area.

i-rock horsham

Youth Support in Horsham 

I-Rock Horsham is a new support and advice hub for young people aged 14 to 25 living in West Sussex. Covering issues such as mental and emotional health, relationships, money, family problems, housing, education and employment.

You can drop in for support Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 1pm - 5pm

Appointments available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Hurst Café, RH12 2DN

Green initiatives in your local area

In an ever-changing world, more of us are searching for ways to improve our planet or keep up with the latest green trends. See how you can get involved.


Hot Bin Competition

Win a Hotbin!

Horsham District Council are giving you the chance to win one of six HOTBINS worth almost £300.

All residents have to do to enter is share their top tips on reducing or reusing food waste and they will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win.

Additionally, we are offering the opportunity to purchase a HOTBIN with a 10% discount to Horsham District residents.

Enter here


Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July is exactly what it sounds like, a movement to try and encourage people to use less or no plastic in the month of July. It’s a really good way for people to get involved and think about what they’re buying and to hopefully make some permanent changes to reduce the amount of plastic in their day to day lives.

The first Plastic Free July was back in 2011 and was started by Rebecca Prince-Ruiz and a few people from the local Western Australian Government. It’s quite incredible that a small campaign in Australia is now known around the world with millions of participants from numerous different countries.

Get Involved



Community Food Hub

The community Food Hubs are run by UK Harvest and are open to everyone and are designed to reduce food waste.

Simply bring a shopping bag and fill it from a selection of mixed groceries for a suggested donation of £3.50.

Volunteers will be on hand to help you make the most of your weekly shop with recipe ideas and tips to reduce household waste.

10am - 11am, last Wednesday of each month

Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, RH20 4BG

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