The Marmot Review was published ten years ago, and in order to see if there has been any improvements, a new report by The Health Foundation and the Institute of Health Equity is soon to be released.
We are very lucky to have so many generous supporters of the Bromley by Bow Centre, taking on fundraising challenges to raise important funds to grow our essential services. Find out more about what’s coming up.
Togetherness is an intimate, collaborative film made by a group of people about their experiences of living with and beyond cancer.
Roll up, roll up! Christmas season is passed but it’s still chilly outside so we had some festive fun with a pop-up panto production of Cinderella.
The Active Health programme is our brand new series of exercise classes that focus on mental wellbeing. Sessions are free, open to all abilities and take place in a warm and welcoming venue.
Globally, an estimated 264 million people suffer from depression. It’s estimated that depression and anxiety disorders cost the UK economy £70-100 billion each year. Aim4Work is our free specialist employability programme for people with common mental health conditions living in East London.
Moving home is always challenging, but even more so when moving to a new country. We worked with Tower Hamlets Council to put together some information to help new migrants feel at home when first arriving to the borough.
Mandy, the Bromley by Bow Centre’s engagement lead, and Sharon our horticulturalist, have participated the BBC’s Listening Project which aims to capture the nation’s oral history.