Ramblers Cymru is encouraging people to put their best foot forward and get outdoors to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
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The newly launched Nutrition Skills for Life website will provide practical support and advice for people across Wales, helping them make healthy food choices and access training.
A local scheme is hoping that Spider Sandwiches and Dinosaur Spaghetti will encourage children from across Powys to eat healthily.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 7 March
Powys County Council’s Cabinet and Powys Teaching Health Board are to consider the draft Strategic Outline Case (SOC) for the multi-agency health and wellbeing campus in the centre of Newtown.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 28 February
More volunteers are needed as the number of people seeking support from the Powys Befriending Service has risen by more than 233% since the start of the pandemic.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 21 February
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 14 February
Powys residents are being urged to remain on their guard for COVID-19 despite a reduction in county cases and the further easing of national restrictions.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 7 February
In a bid to keep people moving, a national charity is offering free exercise classes for people in Powys living with arthritis and other conditions.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 31 January
Powys Teaching Health Board has confirmed the appointment of Kirsty Williams CBE as its new Vice Chair.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 24 January
Next month will see the end of a year-long vaccination partnership between Freedom Leisure and Powys Teaching Health Board.
As the challenges of Covid-19 continue into 2022, the NHS remains open and is still here to help. But health professionals from across Powys are encouraging people to make some small changes to improve their health and wellbeing.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 17 January
Booking a PCR test remains essential for clinically vulnerable people, explains Stuart Bourne, Director of Public Health.