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Health and Wellbeing Projects

Tandridge Health and Wellbeing board has commissioned a number of projects including:

Wellbeing Prescription

Wellbeing Prescription means GPs and other providers can refer patients to a Wellbeing Advisor, who can signpost them to a wide range of activities across the district. This is a great opportunity for adults to improve their health, reduce pressure on health services and to join up health and wellbeing activities in the area.

For more information about the service, e-mail wellbeingprescription@tandridge.gov.uk or call 01883 732787.

Wellbeing at Work

Wellbeing at Work is free to businesses and offers staff a Wellbeing MOT or NHS Health checks for businesses.   

For further information about Wellbeing at Work contact the team at wellbeingprescription@tandridge.gov.uk or call 01883 732787.

Domestic Abuse Support

This project implements a system for GPs and health professionals to identify and refer victims of domestic abuse to appropriate services.

For more information and projects visit Community Safety.

Free Outdoor Gyms

We have built eight outdoor gyms across the district. These gyms are free to use. We have also worked with Tandridge Leisure Trust to deliver free gym inductions.

  • Caterham: Queens Park, Queens Park Road CR3 5RB
  • Felbridge: Village Hall Recreation Ground, Crawley Down Road RH19 2NT
  • Hurst Green: Mill Lane Playing Field, Mill Lane RH8 9DF
  • Lingfield: Jenner’s Field, Vicarage Road RH7 6EZ
  • Nutfield: Mid Street Recreation Ground, South RH1 4JH
  • Smallfield: next to Centenary Hall, Wheelers Lane RH6 9PT
  • Tatsfield: Westmore Green, Approach Road TN16 2AG
  • Whyteleafe: Whyteleafe Recreation ground, Hillbury Road CR6 9TH

Community Gardening in Caterham

Do you love the great outdoors? Are you a keen gardener? Would you like to try some thing new? Then come and get involved with the Vitamin G Community Art Garden, located in Queens Park Gardens, Caterham.

Every Tuesday, the keen gardeners of Surrey Choices attend the Vitamin G Community Art Garden to help with it’s maintenance and upkeep. We are currently looking for volunteers to support Surrey Choices and help maintain and develop the garden. Volunteering tasks include planting of low, raised and accessible planting beds, creating and painting visual displays, and art activities. No previous gardening experience is necessary, however - if you are an experienced gardener we would value you sharing your experience and knowledge with the group.

All are welcome, just bring a pair of gloves and we will provide the tools, equipment and the garden!

Can you help?

Sessions run every Tuesday, 10am – 12pm at:

Caterham Vitamin G Community Art Garden, Queens Park, Queens Park Road, Caterham, CR3 5RB.

The garden is located near the Queens Park Pavillion, next to the tennis courts, behind the garden with the clock tower.

For further information or to confirm your availability, please contact Amy Stafford at Surrey Choices on info@surreychoices.com / 01483 806650 or visit the website: http://www.surreychoices.com

Surrey Choices is a social care provider which supports people across Surrey with a range of abilities to find the best care, activities and services for their needs.

The Vitamin G Community Art Garden, Caterham has been a partnership project with Tandridge Trust Leisure and Culture Limited, Tandridge District Council and Arts Partnership Surrey.

Tandridge District Council has also delivered other health and wellbeing projects, for more information about these services visit Care and Support for Adults

Get Active 50+

Active Surrey in collaboration with Tandridge District Council and Tandridge Trust are pleased to present Get Active 50+.

Get active 50+, delivered by Active Surrey, is funded by Sport England, Surrey's Borough and District Councils and Surrey County Council Public Health exclusively for people aged 50 or over. It aims to improve health amongst older adults across Surrey, where one in four adults are deemed to be inactive and 40% are not meeting the Chief Medical Officer's (CMO) guideline of 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise.

Leading a healthier, more active lifestyle doesn't necessarily mean going to the gym, it could be brisk walking, ballroom dancing or bowls. We can help. There are a number of great sessions available at a discounted price; so why not give it a go to feel stronger, healthier and make some new friends in the process!

Find out more about activities being offered in Tandridge district.

Read more about Active Surrey and find activities Surrey wide.

If you require further information please contact Hayley Bull (Development Manager Tandridge Trust) Tel: 01883 716717 ext: 2965504 Mob: 07921 700466 Email: hbull@tandridgetrust.co.uk