Do you have an inspirational story to tell?

The Year of Wellbeing campaign is looking for people with a story to tell about something they’ve done to improve health and wellbeing – for themselves, their team, their customers or their communities. ​​
They want to bring to life real local stories about the day-to-day positive change that people create.

The short stories and films produced will support the public campaign for the Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing 2019 and will be shared widely including online.

Our 'champion' story-tellers can be anyone, in any role, at any level in an organisation or outside it! They do not need to be aspiring actors, just have a passion for what they do that makes a difference and be happy to share it. 
Not sure who to nominate? Here are just a few ideas to get you thinking:

  • Someone who works in a different way and has changed their workplace to improve health and wellbeing.
  • Someone who encourages fitness or healthy eating and actively gets others involved.
  • Someone with lived experience who has used that experience to help themselves and others feel better.
  • Someone who provides health and wellbeing help and support to others over and above their role.
  • You! If you have a story to tell, you can put yourself forward.

Nominees will be invited to a workshop where they will learn skills for telling stories and using personal technology to film themselves.

Nominations need to be in by Thursday 12th July. To nominate, simply email janecoates@warwickshire.gov.uk with the name and contact details. And don't forget to ask the person you are nominating first!