Latest updates

Updates from our urban health partnerships.

Urban health

Woman and man at Pembroke House
Lauren Gasser
Lauren Gasser
Communications Manager
Latest updates
29 Oct 2019

Social enterprises get support to boost local health

The eight social enterprises we've picked to receive funding and support to expand.

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Childhood obesity

Boys at school
Lauren Gasser
Lauren Gasser
Communications Manager
Latest updates
04 Sep 2019

Launch of ‘Every Child A Healthy Weight’

Ten ambitions for London to give every child nutritious food options, plenty of water to drink, and opportunities to run and play.

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Childhood obesity

Boy eating at East Street Market
Lauren Gasser
Lauren Gasser
Communications Manager
Latest updates
18 Jun 2019

Expanded Faraday ward scheme to help 1,900 more children

We're investing £1.2m to help children in neighbouring wards achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

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Childhood obesity

Healthy Markets campaign
Georgia Burke
Georgia Burke
Digital Communications Officer
Latest updates
15 May 2019

Campaign calls on investors to help tackle child obesity

With ShareAction, we're pushing for healthier, affordable products, limited marketing of sugary products to children and clear food labelling.

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Urban health

Men in an office
Georgia Burke
Georgia Burke
Digital Communications Officer
Latest updates
18 Apr 2019

Match Trading grants for social enterprises

We're providing local entrepreneurs with grant funding to make projects to improve health in Lambeth and Southwark more sustainable.

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Childhood obesity

Woman going to the supermarket
Georgia Burke
Georgia Burke
Digital Communications Officer
Latest updates
08 Feb 2019

New national partnerships to tackle childhood obesity

For the first time in the UK, we're testing the 'Collaboration for Healthier Lives' initiative.

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Childhood obesity

Boy at East Street Market
Rosa Vaquero
Rosa Vaquero
Head of Communications
Latest updates
25 May 2018

Launch of fruit and veg voucher scheme

The scheme helps families on low incomes buy healthier produce from their local markets, aiming to put £80,000 into the local economy.

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