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Horsham District Wellbeing

Horsham District Wellbeing is a free service offering friendly information and advice about a range of health and wellbeing issues for adults living or working in the Horsham district. Wellbeing advisors can provide one-to-one support, help and advice on areas including:

• Losing weight  • Stopping smoking  • Healthy eating  • Prediabetes support • Alcohol awareness • Being more active • Emotional wellbeing  

We also offer a range of free courses to help you make changes and live life to the full. Have a look at our Service Guide for an overview of what we offer.

Free Health MOT

Would you like to improve your health and wellbeing? We can help you make a start.

Find out about your: • Weight/ BMI  • Muscle Mass  • Fat Percentage • Metabolism and physical activity • Hydration Levels • Bone Mass 

Call our wellbeing advisors to book a Wellbeing MOT or come along to one of our drop in sessions:

The Octagon, Chart Way, Horsham, RH12 1RA (First Wednesday of the month 11am – 2pm)

Steyning Leisure Centre, Horsham Road, Steyning, BN44 3AA (Last Wednesday of the month 10am – 1pm)

Alcohol Wellbeing Service

The free one to one sessions provide confidential support for anyone concerned about their drinking.  The service offers alcohol specific advice and information, motivational support to gain control over your drinking as well as access to other lifestyle support services. To find out more please visit our website or call 01403 215191 or 07789 943167.

Get Active

If you’re not already active why not sign up to a FREE Get Active course to help you along the way? Our ‘Get Active’ courses aim to support and guide you through your first steps to getting active or getting back into activity. We offer a number of courses including Multi-Activity, Exercise to Music, Learn to Run and Walking Football. For more information about the courses please visit the Being Active section of our website

Weight Management Programme

Join a FREE 12 week course with a 2 hour session each weight to assist you with your progress, and to set you regular achievable targets. Being outside of a healthy weight can increase your risk of developing diseases such as heart conditions, stroke, diabetes, cancers and arthritis. Learn strategies to help you create sustainable habits and behaviours to achieve your healthier lifestyle. Understand key nutrition principles, ideas around preparing and planning healthy meals and snacks, tools to monitor your progress, tips to get round barriers and triggers to eating, and ideas to relax and sleep better. Some sessions have a low impact activity class for you to join in with, a weekly weigh in, a resource pack of references, and a food & exercise diary to help you remember what you have learnt and keep on track.

Steady On

Our FREE 15 week courses are designed to improve your strength and balance, maintain your mobility and keep you independent. Courses are run in locations across the district.  For more information visit our website or contact us by phone on 01403 215111 to register for a course in your area.


For more information on these courses, or to register for the next available course that best suits you please visit our wellbeing website for details.

Contact Details You can contact us by

• Phone on 01403 215111 • Email info@horshamdistrictwellbeing.org.uk • Complete our enquiry form • Visit our dedicated website: www.horshamdistrictwellbeing.org.uk

Leisure Access Card

Horsham District Councils Leisure Access Card offers discounts on leisure activities and attractions around the Horsham District for people on low incomes.  For more information on who is eligible and how to apply visit the Horsham District Council website.

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