Headline sponsors Ashford Borough Council has a Health and Wellbeing Board which was set up following central government reforms.
With health professionals and expert officers working together, the board offers a fresh look at the way health and wellbeing of residents is observed and measured.
C3 Collaborating For Health
Leading charity C3 Collaborating for Health believes health is about more than just healthcare.
It brings together policy-makers, businesses, government, teachers, experts and more to design ways to make it easier to improve long-term wellbeing.
Kent County Council
KCC works with partners to support the local economy by offering funding opportunities and has already granted £42 million worth of interest free loans to local businesses.
It is now also jointly responsible for public health, helping to improve the general health of everyone living in the county, especially those who find it difficult to stay healthy.
With more than a decade’s experience in the health and wellbeing sector, Wellbeing People strive to empower organisations, communities and individuals to make positive choices around their health and wellbeing.
Pillory Barn is an integrated agency which has been active in Kent since 1993 – working with companies across a variety of sectors including corporate and commercial, charity, the arts and more – it has been supporting The Wellbeing Symposium since its inception six years ago.
Since 2005 Mytime Active has delivered services for over 20 local authorities, with community programmes encompassing sport and leisure, health and wellbeing and more, the award-winning company is partner to national grant-making organisations and is supported by professional central services.
For the sixth consecutive year Golding Homes is sponsor of The Wellbeing Symposium.
The innovative housing association strives to build sustainable communities through an innovative development programme, the partnership sees Golding Homes promote a healthier life at home, work and in the wider community.
Maximus is a leading operator of health programmes and motivated by the wellbeing of individuals who utilise government programmes.
The global company and leading provider to governments and corporate clients delivers health and employment services solutions to large-scale businesses.
KIMS Hospital is the county’s largest independent hospital and is focussed on delivering the highest standard of patient care.
Since opening in 2014, KIMS Hospital has worked closely with the local community to ensure that the health services meet the needs of people living in Kent, both private and NHS patients.
Q Hotels’ Ashford International Hotel hosts The Wellbeing Symposium for the first time. The four-star hotel boasts an idyllic location.
With fantastic facilities, rooms and a spa offering a range of treatments – including traditional massages, facials and reflexology – you can relax and unwind after your day at the symposium.