Working alongside members of the local community, the Bromley by Bow Centre has developed a method to measure the impact of its community work based entirely on what matters to local people.
The two-year Bromley by Bow qualitative study Unleashing Health Communities identified the ‘ingredients of a good life’ from the perspective of local people, set within a current and a historical context. Results were grouped to form a Community Informed Outcomes Framework.
Stage 2 of the project, funded by The Health Foundation, started in June 2020. The Bromley by Bow Centre team tasked itself with translating the co-produced outcomes framework into a measurable tool.
Find out more about the project and the journey to measure what really matters to communities.
Unity Works Cafe
Situated at the heart of the Bromley by Bow Centre with a panoramic view over Bob’s park, the Unity Works Cafe is a great place to meet friends or enjoy some time to yourself.
Making ideas a reality
Earlier this year Investec Beyond Business invited east London entrepreneurs to apply for funding to launch their social enterprise and they were not disappointed with the applications.
New Covid transmission research published
The Chair of the Bromley by Bow Centre, Ajit Lalvani, co-leads a team who have recently published important scientific research into Covid-19 transmission at home.
Sing with Amal
Hear Bromley by Bow Centre staff and the National Theatre choir sing a moving welcome to Little Amal when she passed through London, highlighting the plight of refugees.