Changemaker 100

The top 100 people or projects that have made a difference in Wales have been named – and the Wrexham Wellbeing Hub is one of them!

The list of 100 ‘Changemakers’ focuses on those that have had a positive impact on future generations in Wales and has been put together by Sophie Howe, the future generations commissioner for Wales.

Officially opened last year, the Wrexham Wellbeing Hub brings a host of services together in one place, including those from Wrexham Council, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and AVOW. Together they deliver preventative and alternative solutions to care and support in a safe environment, with accessible facilities for all ages and abilities, helping to prevent illness and encourage people to lead longer, happier lives.

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As part of the Changemakers 100 list, the wellbeing hub is acknowledged for its innovative approach among a prestigious list of poets, other public sector workers, activists, influencers, businesses, schools and volunteers along with actor and campaigner, Michael Sheen.

Sophie said: “I look back at the last seven years with great pride and am often humbled by what Wales has managed to achieve in this time. There is so much more to do but we have gathered enough momentum to make sure the benefits of the Act continue to grow.

“But the change we have seen over my term as the Commissioner would be nothing without the thousands of inspirational people I have met across Wales…That’s why I’m publishing my Future Generations Changemaker 100.”

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