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  • Talking about immunisations

    Vaccines and your children – help us to understand your views People choose not to vaccinate their children for all sorts of reasons. If you have chosen to decline any of your child’s age 0-5 vaccines, we’d like to hear why. HWLincs is an independent charity researching these reasons and would like to speak to…

  • Coffee, cake and a huge thanks to our volunteers for Volunteers’ Week

    HWLincs team members and volunteers celebrated Volunteers Week with a coffee morning at the picturesque Whisby Nature Park near Lincoln. Volunteers are essential to the charity and their dedication keeps everything running and the wellbeing of our community improving. So it was great to spend a morning enjoying coffee, cake and a chat to catch…

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    Lincolnshire Sensory Services visit HWLincs

    Lincolnshire Sensory Services joined the HWLincs team to give an overview of all the ways they help people and families affected by sensory loss, from support to technology solutions. The morning of the May HWLincs team meeting was spent in the excellent company of Lincolnshire Sensory Services team members, along with British Sign Language interpreter,…

  • Professor Derek Ward delivers a speech at a Healthwatch event

    Ageing Better and Moving Forward Together at YourVoice@Healthwatch

    The Director of Public Health and the NHS director of Nursing and Quality spoke at Healthwatch Lincolnshire’s April YourVoice@Healthwatch event at Boston’s Jakemans Stadium. Healthwatch Lincolnshire welcomed more than 80 guests at Friday’s event, which hosted a marketplace for service providers and charities, as well as talks from two guest speakers.   Prof. Derek Ward,…

  • Volunteer News February 2024

    Hey there, fabulous volunteers! We hope you had a fantastic start to 2024. We're super excited for what lies ahead, and with your dedication, we know it's going to be an incredible year. Let's kick things off with a round of applause for all of you – in January alone, you collectively clocked 50 hours…
  • Boston to Botany Bay, Australia 20,000 km (approx.)

    As part of our Social Responsibility and Wellbeing Programme, we are walking from Boston to Botany Bay in Australia.. not literally, we hasten to add! We collect and record the steps our team members and trustees do as part of their daily, weekly and monthly activities and see how far we get, so far, we’ve…

  • World Mental Health Day with Coffee & Company

    This World Mental Health Day we were back out with Coffee & Company, our workplace wellness and mental health support scheme. Our hosts were Point74, a lifecycle management software firm that cares deeply about the health and wellbeing of its staff. We worked together during the Coffee & Company pilot scheme earlier this year and it’s…

  • HWLincs October Newsletter: Navaz joins us as the New CEO

    The latest edition of the HWLincs newsletter is here, find out what we’ve been up to.

  • HWLincs Appoints a New CEO and Chair of the Board of Trustees to Lead the Charity into a Promising Future

    Wellbeing charity HWLincs is delighted to announce the appointment of Navaz Sutton as CEO. Navaz succeeds Sarah Fletcher, who has moved on to a new role, where she is wished every success. Alongside Navaz’s appointment, Michele Duggan takes over the role of Chair of the Board of Trustees from Dr Maria Prior. Navaz, formerly of…

  • Involving Lincs Survey

    HWLincs is carrying out a survey on behalf of Involving Lincs (IL) to understand the challenges faced by the voluntary and community sector in Lincolnshire. Sharing your views will ensure IL can share your messages with the people that can bring positive change, whether through local authorities, local health and care sectors or wider policy…