What is the Healthy Hub?

The Healthy Hub is a one stop shop providing information, advice, and support to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.

Healthy Hub East HertsWhere are they? Residents can reach the team by emailing healthyhubeh@eastherts.gov.uk, sending us a message or calling our East Herts Customer Service team on 01279 655261 to request a call back.

Alternatively, come and visit us in-person for a chat at our Hub venue in Hertford. We are open every Tuesday and Friday between 9am - 4pm at The Skills & Learning Centre, 67 Fore Street, Hertford, SG14 1AL.

The Healthy Hub East Herts is also on the road and running a series of monthly drop-in sessions at libraries across the district so that residents can visit to talk in person about anything they feel they would like support with. For dates of these drop ins and details of some activities running throughout the district, visit our Activities in your local area page.

Find out more: We have a broad range of local partners and regularly make new connections with organisations across East Herts. Please also use the Healthy lifestyle and advice information section below for help on a range of health areas.

Through our extensive networks we can help with and direct to support for the following:

  • becoming more active
  • managing your weight
  • healthy eating
  • looking after your mental health and wellbeing
  • joining local social groups and community activities
  • carer support and long-term condition networks
  • domestic abuse / sexual assault 
  • giving up smoking
  • cutting down on drinking
  • addiction support services
  • And much more.

To find out more about the Healthy Hub, watch our video below.

Introduction to Healthy Hub video transcript

Find out more about our partners



Healthy Eating

Mental health and wellbeing and Stress and anxiety

Physical activity

Support Groups for long term conditions (LTC’s) e.g. lung conditions, epilepsy, dementia

Loneliness and isolation

Carers support

Adults or children with learning disabilities

Check ups

Sexual health advice

Learning and training