Improving community health and wellbeing
How we can help
Cambridgeshire ACRE is committed to ensuring fairer and more equitable health and wellbeing outcomes for people living in rural areas, where access to services can be much more difficult.
Through our various programmes of work, we have seen at first-hand the issues that rurality can cause, especially where it is compounded by significant deprivation and isolation.
Cambridgeshire ACRE works with partners and communities to understand inequalities in health and wellbeing and to tackle these issues at a local level.
We can offer help with:
Whether its distributing funding to alleviate fuel poverty, bringing high quality performing arts to rural community buildings or providing opportunities for people to improve their self-confidence, self-esteem and employability, our work is all about bringing about improvements to the health and wellbeing of rural residents. This in turn helps reduce inequalities and deliver wellbeing services into the heart of the community, where they can be more easily accessed.
We welcome you getting in touch to discuss how we might support you and your community.
Here are a selection of our various case studies relating to supporting community-run assets.
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News and publications
Cambridgeshire ACRE’s Water Care project organised their second litter pick yesterday, taking their volunteers to the streets of Ramsey to give the village a tidy
New data shows that fuel poverty is at risk of becoming endemic in the UK at a time when the energy crisis could push one
Cambridgeshire ACRE’s Water Care project organised a team of volunteer litter pickers to take to the streets and greens of March last Friday to give