Call for community members for the Lambeth Neighbourhood Health and Wellbeing Alliance

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We are looking for community members to help us improve health and wellbeing in Lambeth.

The Neighbourhood Health and Wellbeing Alliance, one of Lambeth Together’s four workstreams, are now recruiting community members to join us.

We are looking for people living in Lambeth, who have experience of using its health and care services, to help the Lambeth Neighbourhood Health and Wellbeing Alliance.

As part of Lambeth Together, we work on improving the health and wellbeing of local people, and plan to do this by bringing together services and activities by local area, or ‘neighbourhood’ and in the community. This will help services to work in a more joined up way.

Why your involvement matters

We believe that organising health and care around neighbourhoods helps staff and local people to understand the health and wellbeing needs of their community, keep people well and make sure everyone gets equal access to the services they need.

We also believe that the voice of people living in Lambeth is vital to achieving our ambition.

Your role as community member would mean you can have a say in all parts of our governance structure, such as working groups, advisory and decision-making groups.

Want to learn more?

If you have any questions, or would like us to send you printed copies of the role description or of the poster so that you can share it, please contact us at:

  • email:
  • phone: 0207 274 8522

If this role isn’t the right thing for you, but you still want to get involved…

If you are keen to get involved in the work of the Lambeth Neighbourhood Health and Wellbeing Alliance as a member of the public, but don’t feel that this role is suitable for you, there will be opportunities for people to get involved and have their say.

Stay posted here on our website, or email us to express your interest and let us know how you would like to be involved in the future.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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