CLOVER is a brand-new project which aims to provide creative new ways for people in HR9 to access activities to improve their well-being.

If you need help to attend, because of caring responsibilities or lack of transport, just let us know when you book and our volunteers will do what they can to help.

These courses and activities are FREE for anyone with an HR9 postcode. However, we are asking anyone who would like to, to make a voluntary donation via The Charities Aid Foundation. This will help us to continue to provide activities once our grant funding ends in early 2022.

CLOVER – The Future

Funding for CLOVER project activities ended on 30th June 2022. But this website will continue, so please keep coming back for information about well-being activities in the HR9 area. Although we will no longer be able to run our own courses and activities, we will continue to publicise activities run by other providers and will not make a charge for this. To advertise an activity please email info@clover-hr9.org.uk.

As part of its evaluation, Clover has produced a film and a final report. Do take a look to find out more about the project.

We are hoping to set up a Clover group to look at how wellbeing activities in Ross could be run in the future. If you would like to be involved, please email info@clover-hr9.org.uk. Once a meeting has been set up we will advertise it here.


Clover is a partnership between Ross-on-Wye Community Development Trust, Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire, Herefordshire Social Prescribing Team, Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, ignite CIC, Talk Community, Ross-on-Wye Town Council and Rural Media.


The Thriving Communities Fund

The CLOVER project is supported by the Thriving Communities Fund, which aims to improve and increase social prescribing community activities by bringing together place-based partnerships of local voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise projects.

The Thriving Communities Fund has been made possible thanks to funding from the National Academy for Social Prescribing, Arts Council England, Historic England, Money & Pensions Service, Natural England, NHS Charities Together, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and Sport England.

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