Fiona McCormack, Dr Rachel Massie, Matilda Hanjari and Dr Chris Gidlow.
This report summarises the findings from the independent evaluation of The Beth Johnson Foundation’s Cancer Lifestyle Project in North Staffordshire. The North Staffordshire Cancer Lifestyle Project was established in November 2015 with 2 years’ funding from Macmillan Cancer Support. Its main aim was to increase the levels of physical activity, healthy eating and wellbeing in people aged 50+ who are living with or after a diagnosis of cancer.
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Fiona McCormack, Rachel Massie, Richard Machin, Penny Vincent, Judy Kurth, Jane Morton, Chris Gidlow
VOICES, Expert Citizens and Staffordshire University have collaborated on a research project which aims to help inform the debate locally about perceived city centre homelessness and anti-social behaviour. This is with a view to further inform the development of positive city centre solutions which recognise the needs of people who are engaged in street activity alongside those who live, work and shop in the city centre.
This report presents and discusses the findings from stakeholders and core participants (those perceived to be homeless). It concludes with nine recommendations and a stakeholder action plan. Read the full report here