Wellbeing in Novel Situations is our adaptation of our popular resource, Five ways to wellbeing (WOW), focused on difficult situations such as those brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Our research team have pulled out key insights from across Local Conditions, Sustainability and Equality in this short report.
This booklet explains the Thriving Places Index framework and outlines how Local Authorities and funders can use the data
Liz Zeidler and Lisa Muller lead the 2020 launch webinar, with panellists Nancy Hey (What Works Centre for Wellbeing), Asher Craig (Deputy Mayor of Bristol) and Richard Harries (Power to Change).
Since we launched the Little Book of Wow in 2012 it’s become one of most requested resources.
This booklet is an adaptation of our 5 Ways to Wellbeing materials, and aims to support the over 50s to Age Well Everyday.
This booklet designed to offer prisoners simple ways to find wellbeing whilst in a prison cell.
A set of materials to support the many local walking groups around the country to increase the wellbeing benefits of every walk
The 2019 summary report pulls out headline results and themes from the Thriving Places Index.
The 2019 Thriving Places Report takes data from the index and draws out key learning across geography and themes. It also gives more background on the methodology and application.
The 2018 summary report pulls out headline results and themes from the Thriving Places Index.
The 2018 Thriving Places Report takes data from the index and draws out key learning across geography and themes. It also gives more background on the methodology and application.
A guide to availability of Thriving Places Index data at a town level, and how to use it and other data sources to drive a Wellbeing Economy approach in towns across the UK.
A guide to embedding a Wellbeing Economy approach for towns, their citizens and their leaders. Why wellbeing matters, how to use a Wellbeing Economy approach, and some of the key opportunities, challenges and solutions to transform your town.