Our annual report
View our 2012-2013 Report online here or download it (pdf).
Desperately Seeking Motivation? This booklet was produced as part of the Small Steps Big Difference project. We held several workshops with local people who regularly come to our exercise and cooking classes or who have taken part in health projects with us in the past. We explored what motivates people to have a healthy lifestyle using fun activities and discussions. During the discussions people’s stories were documented and finally their inspirational stories became a key part of this leaflet. The volunteers helped design the brochure and also to help us collate and research the activities happening in the area, which are used to signpost people to the many different healthy activities happening in the local area.
Diet and discomforts during pregnancy PregnancyDiet
Sugar, how much is too much sugar how much is too much
“R U or anyone U know experiencing Violence or Abuse” Women Supporting Women leaflet. (PDF document, opens in new window)
“10 Steps to Better Emotional Health for Men”. (PDF document, opens in new window)
Our research and consultation documents
Barri Grubb what next A summary of the findings of our consulation about the future of Barri Grubb carried out over the summer of 2011 and the decisions made by the Board about the way forward.
‘Talking about our health’ A participatory appraisal research project into the health needs of the BME community in Greater Pilton. Published February 2009
“Health Service Use in North Edinburgh” – A study of how residents of North Edinburgh use health services, if this has changed over recent years and what people think about the services they use. July 2005 (PDF document, opens in new window)
“Investing in the Future: the importance of diet, literacy and savings in a low income community” – Final report of the evaluation of the Pilton Milk Token Initiative by Mike Titterton & Helen Smart August 2003. (PDF document, opens in new window)
“Howzitgawn For Men” Report. (PDF document, opens in new window)