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If you're not as active as you should be you are putting your health and quality of life at risk. To stay healthy or to improve health, you need to do two types of physical activity each week: aerobic and strength exercises.  Adults should aim…

NHS Health Check

Aged 40-74?  Have you had your FREE NHS Health Check? (It's a bit like a mid-life MOT); contact your GP practice for information on how to book your health check. Please watch the video for more information:

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

Nicotine replacement therapy has been available for 3 decades. It has a well-recognised record of effectiveness and safety.  Many people who have used NRT to stop smoking in the past and found that it didn't work, usually find it's because not using the products correctly or…

One You Wolverhampton

We want everyone in Wolverhampton to live happy, healthy lives. There are many factors which affect our health, from the environment, such as the air we breathe or the quality of the house we live in; our lifestyle, including the food we eat and exercise…

Out of School Clubs

Out of School Clubs are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children aged 3 years and over before and after school hours. Children of a similar age are looked after by qualified staff. Breakfast and snacks are often provided. They may offer a drop…


Being a parent can be really rewarding, but sometimes it is a challenge no matter what age your children are. if you're looking for advice or support with this really important job, then these services can help you.

Paying for Childcare

There are currently two main sources of financial help for working parents: The childcare element of Working Tax Credit Childcare Vouchers The childcare element of Working Tax Credit is intended to help working parents on a low income with the costs of registered childcare. The…


Playgroups are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children aged 2-4 in a group environment. Children are looked after by qualified staff. Sessions last for approximately 3 hours either morning or afternoon. Snacks are often provided. Playgroups must meet the standards and learning…

Pregnancy Advice & Support

Whatever you want to know about being pregnant, from early pregnancy signs to which prenatal vitamins you should take, you should find it here. We're here to give you the essential guide and lots of free tools for having a healthy, happy baby. What Next?…

Pregnancy, Baby & Beyond

From keeping healthy during pregnancy to choosing a natural birth and coping with a new baby, the information on this page will be able to help you. For more information on other services available to you please visit Children, Young People and Families page.
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