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Innovation in local government is about improving the lives of the people in our communities. Browse through our case studies to see the many innovative programmes councils are involved in.

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Right to the Streets project – Trafford Council

The Right to the Streets project explored community actions to make streets and public spaces safer and more welcoming for women and girls so they feel a sense of belonging in their community and are able to live active lives.

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Sefton's health visiting landscape: Pioneering solutions for community wellbeing

In Sefton, the provider Mersey Care's health visiting services have embarked on an evolving journey, to address deep rooted challenges such as poverty, health inequalities and logistical complexities of service delivery across a diverse borough.

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Health visiting in Wolverhampton: a partnership approach

Wolverhampton has revolutionised its health visiting services through a strategic partnership with the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT). This case study delves into the intricate challenges, innovative solutions, impactful outcomes, and valuable lessons learned from this shift and its implications for public health and the health visiting space.

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A city-wide commitment to children: Hull’s active START learning

Centred around the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) as an intervention point, Hull has adopted a whole-system approach to promote children’s healthy weight.

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Child healthy weight in Sefton: addressing the social determinants through whole systems working

Sefton's approach to addressing child healthy weight is a multifaceted and partnership-centric strategy, delivered through their Start Well, Live Well and Age Well multi-agency approach.

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Royal Borough of Greenwich: Corporate parenting partnership

Royal Borough of Greenwich have implemented an ambitious, co-produced corporate parenting partnership strategy through a dynamic corporate parenting partnership board. With children and young people, being a driving force behind this.

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Swindon SEND Community Connected (Low Investment High Impact Services for Family Hubs)

In June 2023 the LGA were awarded funding to support the sharing of good practice across LAs, which supports the development of Family Hubs.

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Cornwall Accessible Activity Programme (Low Investment High Impact Services for Family Hubs)

In June 2023 the LGA were awarded funding to support the sharing of good practice across LAs, which supports the development of Family Hubs.

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Digital Solutions for Family Hubs and Start for Life: Learnings from Coventry

As part of the Family Hubs and Start for Life programme, local authorities are shaping enhanced services delivered through transformed hubs to ensure all families can access the support they need and improve health and education outcomes.

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Digital Solutions for Family Hubs and Start for Life: Learnings from Cornwall

As part of the Family Hubs and Start for Life programme, local authorities are shaping enhanced services delivered through transformed hubs to ensure all families can access the support they need and improve health and education outcomes.

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