Healthy and active Grangetown

If there’s one thing our Love Grangetown consultation told us, it was that many Grangetown residents love being active, particularly through swimming, sports, dance or yoga. Access to healthy activities and leisure facilities ensures the community can stay healthy. Easy access to GP surgeries and greater mental health support were also raised as important issues.

Grangetown residents have suggested the following ideas to create a healthier and more active Grangetown. We're advertising the following projects throughout the University so we can work alongside residents to start turning these ideas into action. Watch this space for updates on project progress and new collaborations.

Live projects

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Eye health in schools

Providing eye care to school children in Grangetown.

Runners

IAAF World Half Marathon 2016

Community Gateway has sponsored 50 places in the IAAF World Half Marathon and awarded them to Grangetown residents

Grange All Stars

Grange All Stars

A new football team for young people of Grangetown.

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Mental health

Providing support to develop a resident-led mental health group.

Ideas from the community

affordable food

Affordable Food

Addressing food poverty and encouraging healthy eating in the community.

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Cookery Classes

Establishing local cookery and baking workshops.

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Walking Groups

Helping to set up local walking groups for Grangetown residents.