Looking After your own health

This page will give you links to click for further advice and support to look after own health……

Blood Pressure

Body Mass Index (BMI)

My baby is crying I.C.O.N. cope

Your Care your way

Bowel Cancer UK



Domestic Abuse

Feel Brighter

Healthy You



Mental Health

Suicide prevention



Kickstart your health

Your health matters. There has never been a better time to kickstart your health. Better Health has a range of tools and support to help – find what works for you. Let’s do this!

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One You

Your health is important. But being healthier isn’t just about “doing the right thing” – it’s about making changes to fit your life and make you feel good. One You helps you find that balance, so you feel better, every day.

Get free tips, tools and apps

One You provides tips, tools, support and encouragement every step of the way, to help improve your health right away. You are not alone – One You can help you make small changes yourself, or with friends and family.

Be healthier and reduce your risk

Making better choices today can have a huge influence on our health, and could prevent diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease, and reduce our risk of suffering a stroke or living with dementia, disability and frailty in later life.

Make a change now

Take our free One You health quiz to see how you score and start the fight back to a healthier you.


A new referral scheme for young people aged 14-17 experiencing mild to moderate mental ill-health. The scheme has been developed by South Cambridgeshire District Council and Milton Country Park.


This six week programme has been developed to provide young people aged 14-17 the opportunity to participate in a range of activities at Milton Country Park. These guided, midweek, two hour sessions have been designed to enable young people to try a variety of activities to build skills, knowledge and confidence and provide social connections within a peer network, supported by a specialist young person’s support worker, supervised by a clinical psychologist.

The aim of the course is for participants to experience the benefits to their mental health and wellbeing associated with guided support and activity in a natural, outdoor setting.

If your doctor has advised that you are eligible for a referral to Wild Minds, please see the attached leaflet for more information on how to self refer Wild Minds Leaflet