The theme this year is ‘Colour’ Whether you feel creative or want to keep it simple you can make a difference this World Autism Acceptance Week. The Spectrum Colour Challenge is going to be bright and all to the theme of colour You can sign up to fundraise on this link National Autistic Society What […]
The theme for this year’s World Sleep Day is Sleep is Essential for Health. Sleep is just as important as eating well and exercising in order to maintain a strong foundation to one’s physical, mental and social well-being. By having a good quality night’s sleep it will allow your body to repair and rebuild itself. […]
What is it? Endometriosis is the name given to the condition where cells similar to the ones in the lining of the womb are found elsewhere in the body, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. It is a very common condition, affecting around 1 in 10 women, and in the UK, around 1.5 million […]
Today, 17th February, is random acts of kindness day. A day where we can all take the time to think about how important kindness is, both in our local area of Bridgend and in our wider lives. Have you ever noticed how good it feels to do something nice for someone else? It can be […]
Epilepsy can be a scary and confusing condition but understanding the basics can help you feel more in control. This International Epilepsy Day, we’ll discuss the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of epilepsy. We’ll also look at how to recognise a seizure, what you should do if you see someone having one, and how to cope […]
This year around Children’s Mental Health Week (from 13th February) we wanted to provide guidance and support to the parents of Bridgend on this hugely important topic. Mental health in children is an often-overlooked issue, but it’s important to recognize the signs and know how to help. In this blog post, we’ll talk about the […]
Head lice is a common childhood condition, which many parents dread due to its persistent nature. For National Bug Busting Day, we’ve put together some helpful information and our top bug busting tips…
January is National Walk Your Dog Month, the perfect opportunity to get moving and kickstart your healthy new year’s resolutions with more exercise and fresh air. That’s why we’ve put together some of our top dog walking tips and locations around Bridgend.
Over the Christmas and new year period, many have found themselves drinking more than usual. So why not join thousands this month in cutting out alcohol for a healthier 2023, by taking part in Dry January? We’re sharing a few tips to help you make your month without alcohol an enjoyable and successful one.
All of our surgeries will be closed during the festive period across the following dates:
There are plenty of events and activities in Bridgend County Borough’s town centres to keep the whole family entertained this year. Here’s some we’re looking forward to enjoying or taking part in:
Winter can be a tough time of year for many in Bridgend and with the rising cost of living, this winter may become increasingly difficult. However, there is a lot of support available. We’ve put together some tips and advice on how you can stay well this winter or where you can access help if you or your loved ones need it.