PCHP Annual Report 2013-2014
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"We’ve had a really positive year and continue to respond to the needs of our community, this was evidenced in the success of our new Living in Harmony Project which was rewarded by the news that the Scottish Government would fund the project for a second year; this allows us to build on the excellent work that has already begun.
We couldn’t do what we do without the support of our partners. This year we have worked closely with partners through our supported forums; Food for Thought Forum, Living in Harmony and the North Edinburgh Physical Activity Forum. Alongside this we have worked in partnership to provide cooking groups, food workshops, development of community maps, physical activity classes and community access programmes, Young Person’s Counselling Service and group work programmes amongst others.
Another exciting piece of news was that our Physical Activity team won a Physical Activity Alliance (PAHA) award in the community category for their 'Moving Forward' consultation that they carried out in 2014; see page 10 for more on this. I hope you enjoy the insights into some of what we have achieved in 2013 – 2014 and welcome all who wish to pop in and find out more about us."
- Jen Richards Director
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