• In October 2021 we took the opportunity to celebrate the rich diversity of our people by hosting a week-long celebration of our communities. The event showcased work taking place across the area to connect on inclusion, celebrate diversity within the workforce and learn from others.

  • Our Partnership were proud to work with The Violence Reduction Unit and over 580 organisations and community allies by launching a movement which highlights our commitment to anti-racism in all its forms.

  • In October 2021 we hosted our latest community resilience event, the fourth in our ‘Stronger, healthier, better together’ series, giving colleagues from the VCSE sector the opportunity to ask questions directly to a panel of health and care partners.

  • In March 2020, following recommendations from the group formerly known as the West Yorkshire and Harrogate BAME Network, the Partnership's System Leadership and Development Programme developed The Fellowship Programme.

  • The NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme is a free, 9-month behaviour change programme for those at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

  • Statistics show that more men die by suicide than women and that middle aged men are particularly at risk. We worked with men with lived experience to create the Great Minds Project. It increased awareness of the risk factors and warning signs of male suicide.

  • Our ambition to make an outstanding contribution to healthcare in what has been an exceptional and challenging period across the sector has been recognised.

  • Our Local Maternity System is a partnership of maternity and neonatal service providers, commissioners, local authorities and maternity voices partnerships working together to transform local maternity services.

  • Diabetes Week is an annual campaign organised by the charity Diabetes UK. In 2021, the Partnership's Elise Featherstone told her story for the campaign's #DiabetesStories series.

  • After the success of the Digital Health Hub launched in 2019, in partnership with 100% Digital Leeds Cross Gates and District Good Neighbours Scheme we secured funding to continue their work.

  • Solace was one of seven organisations funded through the Partnership’s health inequalities funds. They support asylum seekers and refugees across the area, including in Kirklees and Leeds.