We are operating in line with government advice
Thanks for visiting our website and we hope you are well at this difficult time. Please ensure you read the information below.
The centre is still closed to the general public but we are in the process of reviewing activities and considering how they can be run in a COVID safe way. We are aware that many people want to engage in activities so they don’t feel so isolated and we are beginning to take some tentative steps towards re-opening in restricted ways.
Please only attend the centre if you have a pre-arranged appointment. All users must wear a facemask and sanitise their hands on arrival.
As new activities start we will update the website with the details.
Alongside Knowle West Alliance we have been running the Knowle West COVID hub since April. For more details please take a look at http://www.knowlewest.co.uk/coronavirus/ or the Knowle West Alliance facebook group.
Helping you to achieve better health and wellbeing, no matter where you are starting from. It’s easier to make changes with someone cheering you on!
We offer a range of services and activities for all ages, and all levels of health and fitness – basically there is something for everyone! The outdoor areas include play facilities, picnic areas, art installations, an Amphitheatre, outdoor gym equipment, a measured mile for walking or running, and football and basketball nets.
Our main goal is to provide high quality services to prevent illness, promote good health and assist recovery after medical treatment. We are happy to answer any questions you may have and look forward to meeting you soon.
Jack Phillips Man Alive Co-Ordinator
Dan Lewin Community Access Support Worker
Eileen McKenzie Services Manager
Justine Rowe Finance Officer
Liz Nash Administrator
Natalie Campbell Community Access Support Networker
Sally Clements Social Prescriber
Heather Williams Chief Executive
Sue Cooke Operations Manager
Laura Hathway Social Prescriber
The Healthy Living Festival and Consultation
A partnership led by Avon Health Authority and Bristol City Council that included 15 local voluntary organisations was awarded £1.3 million to establish a Healthy Living Centre on Knowle West Health Park
Official opening of Knowle West Healthy Living Centre on 14th February – “Love yourself” Celebration
The Knowle West Healthy Living Centre merges with the Knowle West Health Park Steering Group and becomes an independent Community Interest Company
The Healthy Living Centre transfers it’s legal status to become a Charitable Company limited by guarantee
The Healthy Living Centre attracts 1000+ services users in one year!
Knowle West Health Park Company celebrates 10 years with a sports themed party in the Park