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A charity funded by Norfolk County Council's public health department has been engaging residents in Lynn by going for a walk to think about ways to improve healthy living.

The aim of C3 Collaborating for Health is to involve the public in looking at the area they live in to improve general health and wellbeing and the results are passed on to the council so that action can be taken.

Two events held called Our Walk have been organised in North and South Lynn with involvement from local people to look around their living environment to help make assessments of where they live, fill in questionnaires and dicsuss the issues.

Pictured LtoR: Elisabeth Morgans, Christine Hancock, founder and director at C3 Collaborating for Health charity and Jo Maule (NHS). MLNF-22MF5080
Pictured LtoR: Elisabeth Morgans, Christine Hancock, founder and director at C3 Collaborating for Health charity and Jo Maule (NHS). MLNF-22MF5080

Christine Hancock, founder and director of the health leadership organisation said: "We are a charity that's really focused on preventing chronic disease.



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