Lancashire Wellbeing Service Navigation

A free service offering practical, short-term support towards a better quality of life.


You can improve your mood by doing some or all of the following 5 ways to feeling great. Try it – it will make a difference!

Connect with others - at home, at work, in your community. Friendships and relationships are important for keeping up your spirits. Why not make someone's day by doing a good deed in your neighbourhood? Helping someone else improves how you feel too – even better than rewarding or treating yourself.

Be active - an active lifestyle not only keeps our bodies healthy, but makes us feel good as well. We’d like to see a huge range of activities on offer, from kayaking to climbing, cycling to swimming, and everything in between. There is something for everyone in Lancashire, whatever their fitness level.

Take notice - it's easy to rush through our busy lives without pausing for thought. A key feature of our year will be to help people notice how special our environment is, at all levels, through celebrating culture, highlighting our history and arranging nature walks in our beautiful parks and countryside.

Keep learning - trying something new can help keep our minds and our lives active. Lancashire folk will have the chance to have a go at something completely different, be it signing up for a reading group, joining a drama class, taking part in a workshop, or getting creative with arts and crafts.

Give - giving to others makes us feel better. By giving time, expertise and energy, the people of Lancashire can help organise events, and can make them successful by turning up and joining in. Find out about volunteering opportunities.

Lancashire Wellbeing Service is funded by Lancashire County Council
and delivered by a consortium of three established charities:
Age Concern Central Lancashire, Richmond Fellowship & n-compass
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