The first ever Healthy City Week takes place in Bristol this October, aiming to inspire the city’s residents to achieve healthier lifestyles for a more sustainable future city.
Healthy City Week is a brand new initiative delivered by Bristol Green Capital Partnership and Love the Future, which is taking place over 9 days between 10 and 18 October. There are over 100 free talks, workshops, exhibitions and activities to get involved with which will showcase the link between our personal health and the health of our environment.
The programme includes a series of talks and conversations that share innovative solutions, address key challenges, and encourage collaboration across the city in regards to healthcare and sustainability. Bristol Health Hub will be hosting three days of free taster sessions, events and workshops to explore a variety of ways to achieve wellbeing. Plus, in various locations across Bristol there will be free workshops, walks and talks linked to food, energy, nature, resources and transport.
Members of the Copper team will be attending a range of talks and events to explore the links between health and sustainability. Copper has supported Bristol Green Capital Partnership in preparation for the event, most notable by designing the iconic Healthy City Week logo.
Read more about Healthy City week and see the full range of events on offer here.
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