What activities are available?

We have a range of activities that you can attend in arts, sport and physical activity, healthy living, financial, practical skills and community-led. Browse our list of partners. Browse our list of partners and click on the links for an overview. For more information, you can ask your health coach about the opportunities available to you.

Arts and culture

The Fitzwilliam Museum

The Fitzwilliam Museum is part of the University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Garden and is for everyone. From antiquity to the present day the Fitzwilliam houses a world-renowned collection of over half a million beautiful works of art, masterpiece paintings and historical artefacts. The Museum is a space for everyone to enjoy and feel at home in. By looking at art together, combined with movement and music we aim to create a place which can also have a positive impact on our health.

Cambridge Community Arts

Cambridge Community Arts run a wide range of creative arts courses for adults, including drawing, painting, photography, music, drama, textile art and so much more! Courses are fun and friendly and focus on the creative process so no need to worry if you haven’t done something before. Join us to try something new or brush up on your creative skills. Full course details on our website. We prioritise people who have health conditions and are not at work. The next courses start September 2021.

Arts & Minds

Arts and Minds' mission is to use the arts to support the positive mental health of individuals and communities. Our Creative Cafe provides a monthly opportunity for coffee, chat and creativity - it is an informal, friendly drop-in, not a facilitated workshop. The Creative Cafe is open to everybody and we particularly welcome those who may be experiencing anxiety, depression or loneliness to feel more connected with their community.


Money and Pension Service

Bringing together three respected financial guidance bodies — the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise to offer support and guidance for residents in Cambridgeshire

Become a partner

We will be adding more partners as our service grows. If you would like to become a partner organisation then send us your details.

Physical activity

Living Sport

Living Sport is a charity, set up in 2006, to improve the health, happiness and wellbeing of the people of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough by inspiring them to get active. Living Sport work with a number of partners to promote activity for everyone to get involved in. No matter what your health situation is, there is something out there for everyone and we can help people find ways to enjoy an active lifestyle.


Care Network Cambridgeshire

Care Network Cambridgeshire helps local people stay healthy, independent and in touch with their community. Our Community Navigator service can help you access the support you need and the activities you enjoy, including Care Network’s Help at Home and Wellbeing services. We work with all adults and our services are free. To find out more about us and how we can help, call our South Cambridgeshire team on 01954 212100

Healthy living

Healthy You

We are a free service for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough residents who are looking to make changes to their lifestyle. So, whether you want help to stop smoking, lead a more active lifestyle, lose some weight, or simply take advantage of the NHS Health Checks we offer, Healthy You – alongside Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council – can help you.

Emotional wellbeing

How Are You South Cambs

How Are You South Cambs is a website that shares and celebrates…


Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind (CPSL Mind) is a values-based, county-wide mental health charity. We support local people on their road to recovery from a wide range of mental health challenges. Our vision is a society in which everyone has positive mental health and feels part of a connected community


Wimpole Hall

Wimpole Estate is a vast 2,500-acre working estate in Cambridgeshire, and this year we are delivering a Green Recovery Challenge Fund Project. This is enabling us to invest in sustainable development at Wimpole, and natural recovery work. We would like to invite members of the local community to have the opportunity to learn more about this and support our work by doing various group activities we have on offer. From wildlife monitoring walks, walks and talks around our Walled Garden and even tree planting.

Our partners