The Well London Alliance Partnership has won a Health Promotion and Community Well Being award from the Royal Society for Public Health.
This award recognises the Well London Alliance’s achievements and innovative approach to promoting community health and well being in 20 of London’s most disadvantaged areas over the past three and a half years.
Manor House Development Trust managed and coordinated Well London projects for residents of the Brownswood ward, Woodberry Down, Hackney. The award was presented at the House of Commons in November 2011. Richard Parish, Chief Executive, The Royal Society for Public Health said:
“The Health Promotion Award winners all demonstrated just what can be achieved with local leadership and enthusiasm. They represent some spectacular achievements. This scheme was designed to demonstrate good practice in health promotion and it does just that. The Royal Society for Public Health is delighted to be associated with all these local initiatives. They are examples for others to follow. Congratulations!”