Sutherlandwellbeing.com is online since the beginning of march
As well as progressing the five Locality Plans for Golspie, Brora, Creich, Kinlochbervie and Helmsdale the Sutherland Adaptive and Collaborative Communities (SACC) project team has been working on several Sutherland wide projects.
The SACC team has supported the establishment of a Mental Health and Wellbeing Sub-Group which brings community organisations and statutory agencies together to identify priorities around mental health and wellbeing for the benefit of Sutherland’s communities and residents.
At the Sutherland Community Partnership meeting in February, Gail Prince, SACC Project Coordinator, announced that a new Sutherland Wellbeing website: sutherlandwellbeing.com will launch on 1st March. The website has been designed to connect Sutherland’s residents with services, resources and activities aimed at promoting good mental health and strengthening an individual’s emotional and physical wellbeing. Chronicle readers will be able to find services, resources and activities available across the Kyle area on the new website using the Map, Resources and Calendar sections.
The SACC team also contributed towards the newly launched 2020 – 2025 Sutherland Food Strategy, which has been developed by the Sutherland Food Group to act as a framework and plan for the Group’s activities for the next five years. Alongside this, the team created a Sutherland Food Map, which pinpoints community food projects across Sutherland. Both the Strategy and the Map can be viewed on the Sutherland Community Partnership website: www.highlandcpp.org.uk/sutherland-community-partnership.html. Kyle Chronicle readers can use the Strategy and Map to find out more about community food projects that are available across the Kyle area. Contact: email@example.com.