Active Together is our physical activity programme for anyone who wants to try new activities and sports as a family, such as yoga, aerobics, dance and much more.
A Death Café is a safe space for anyone to explore issues connected to death and it’s affects on us all. The Bromley by Bow Death Café is not a physical space, but rather a group of people who get together (online for now) to talk about death and loss.
A big congratulations to thirteen members of our indefatigable team who have completed our 280 Challenge to raise much needed funds for the Centre, applying our motto, Step by Step, it’s Possible.
‘Let’s stick together’ is a new Covid-safe arts project that will bring people together to produce art works using collage to reflect.
The Bromley by Bow Centre has published a new report on collaboration between social prescribing and social welfare legal advice services in healthcare settings.
Dr Kerry Greenan and Dr Khyati Bakhai hosted a Bromley by Bow Centre and Bromley by Bow Health Partnership Covid Vaccine Q&A on Zoom.
Bromley by Bow Centre featured as one of the early pioneers of social prescribing on BBC1’s The Truth About… Improving Your Mental Health.
A new report indicates the scale of the challenges faced in the UK and the need to ‘build back fairer’ after Covid. The Centre’s approach offers an innovative solution for a healthier, community-focused future.