With our creative team busy designing promotional material for this year’s Healthy City Week in Bristol, Valerie Adams, Copper’s Graphic Designer, takes a closer look…

Originally launched last year as a new initiative from Bristol Green Capital Partnership CIC, Healthy City Week is a week-long programme running from 15 – 22 October 2016 that aims to inspire people to achieve healthier lifestyles as part of a healthier and more sustainable city.

Copper’s support for the initiative started last year with the creation of the Healthy City Week logo. Members of the Copper team also attended a number of talks and workshops finding out about mindfulness, raw baking and nutrition, to name just a few topics. This year, Copper has provided communications advice and designed a new logo and promotional material to support the 2016 programme which includes over 150 activities and events taking place across Bristol.

Healthy City Week will offer a platform to showcase, and encourage participation in the many innovative, grassroots health and wellbeing projects in the city, demonstrating why Bristol is a leader in creating healthy, happy cities. Last year’s event saw over 3,000 Bristolians engage with the initiative and this year is set to be bigger and better.

Linda Taylor, Director for Wales & West at Copper, said, “ We are delighted to be  supporting this important initiative once again – not only is health and wellbeing of personal interest to many at Copper, it is also something we support as a business and are pleased to have this opportunity to contribute to the health of our city.”

To find out more about Healthy City week and how to get involved, click here or follow #HealthyBristol on Twitter to keep up with the latest news.