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Wellbeing Exeter Update - March 2024

Updated: Mar 28

Wellbeing Exeter continues to provide support for adults in priority areas in Exeter, thanks to funding from Exeter City Council and Sport England and in partnership with CoLab. Adults aged 18+ can self refer to Wellbeing Exeter through our website here.

At the end of March 2024, we will be saying goodbye to some of our dedicated team of staff working across the city. We thank these hugely valued employees for their service and recognise the difference that they have made to so many individuals and groups across the city. Also, as we enter a new phase of Wellbeing Exeter, we are currently in the process of a procuring a new lead management organisation, due to take over the Wellbeing Exeter contract from Devon Community Foundation in due course. Wellbeing Exeter will continue as normal to receive referrals during this transition period.

Partners of Wellbeing Exeter can be assured that whilst we will be operating with a reduced number of staff from some of the areas of the partnership, we will continue to offer a comprehensive service in our priority communities across both the city and Cranbrook thanks to our partners at Exeter City Community Trust and Exeter Community Initiatives.


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3 King William Street, Exeter


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