Health information

High quality health information can have a huge impact on people’s ability to stay healthy and manage illnesses effectively, giving them a better quality of life.

Mental health and wellbeing

COVID-19 specific resources

General mental health resources

Mental wellbeing apps

  • Catch It - Learn to look at problems differently, turn negative thoughts into positive ones and improve your mental wellbeing.
  • Worry Tree - Notice, record and manage worries using cognitive behavioural therapy techniques.
  • MeeTwo - A safe and secure forum for teenagers wanting to discuss any issue affecting their lives.
  • Calm Harm - Designed to help people resist or manage the urge to self-harm.

Healthy lifestyles

Local information


Healthy lifestyle Apps


Local information

Sign up to a local library 

Testimonials from our library members: 

  • “Home Library Service has saved my sanity during lockdown with this service, delivery on time, very good selection of books by taking note of what I’d like and I know from experience how difficult it can be making choices of books for some else. HLS provides a sterling service which I hope is truly appreciated as the staff are friendly, helpful and efficient”. 
  • “lovely books, especially the Vera Lynn memoirs, so well timed, thank you for thinking of it” 
  • “very good selection! Only one book I had read before, but I read it again and couldn’t put it down.  Really pleased with the service” 
  • “more than satisfied with the service, you are all so kind” 

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Finding trusted apps

  • NHS Apps Library - Includes apps which have been assessed to NHS standards
  • Orcha - Provides reviews and assessments of health apps, including how data is used and stored.

General health apps

  • NHS App - Access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet
  • myGP - Book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and set up medication reminders on your smartphone
  • ChatHealth - A messaging service allowing you to anonymously contact health care professionals
  • NHS Go - Providing young people with confidential health advice and greater access to health information

Wellbeing and mindfulness