In CLOVER

Learn how Clover has enhanced social prescribing in HR9, and consider how future inter-agency working could increase community well-being.

About this event

This event will review the Clover Project, explore the ways in which it has increased well-being in HR9, and consider ways forward for inter-agency working to support social prescribing and community well-being.

We hope you can join us. This is a free event, all welcome, but please do register to attend.

Agenda:

10:00 Arrivals, Registration and welcome refreshments
10:30 Welcome / Housekeeping
10:40 Introduction to Clover
11:00 Panel 1: The Clover Partnership – how agencies cooperated to make it work
12.00 Plenary questions
12:20 Lunch and networking
13:10 Panel 2: Lessons from Clover for future social prescribing in the context of Integrated Care Systems
14.10 Plenary questions
14:30 Discussion: Identifying the next steps for social prescribing and community well-being at the county and local levels
15:10 Plenary: report back
15:30 End

Clover is funded by the National Academy for Social Prescribing and Arts Council England Thriving Communities Programme; Herefordshire Council Talk Community; Ross Town Council; Herefordshire Primary Care Network South & West; Ross-on-Wye Community Development Trust; and Community First Cultural Activities Programme.

Date

Thu, 9th June, 2022

Time

10:00 am – 3:30 pm
The Venue

Location

The Venue
The Venue, Hill Street, Ross-on-Wye. HR9 7AD
Website
https://rossbaptist.org/get-involved/yzone/
CLOVER

Organiser

CLOVER
Phone
01989 313002
Email
info@clover-hr9.org.uk
Website
https://clover-hr9.org.uk