Health and wellbeing hub

We want to develop a health and wellbeing hub in the town centre, which will provide services aimed at keeping people happy, healthy and as independent as possible.

The hub will provide support, services and access to information under one roof, in a collaboration between hospitals, primary care, community healthcare providers, third sector and voluntary organisations.

In November, Cabinet approved the business case for the Health and Wellbeing Hub which was submitted to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) to unlock £3.1m funding for the project.

The hub's priorities

Residents will be able to access a range of services, from supportive charities and advice and guidance, through to mental health support and clinical services.

Our plans for the town centre hub are developing and the models we are currently working on designing a hub which offers:

  • A range of health and wellbeing services designed to support those with early signs of frailty to help them live happily, healthily and independently at home
  • A range of health and wellbeing services designed to support families and children to live happily and healthily
  • A range of health and wellbeing services designed to provide increased access to primary and urgent care in Warrington

The aim of the hub is to support people to live as full and happy lives as possible, for as long as possible, whilst attracting people back into the town centre.

The health and wellbeing hub will be located in a convenient location in the town centre, close to public transport links.