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Who we are

Healthy Valleys is a community-led health initiative that supports communities in rural South Lanarkshire.

We focus on providing opportunities for local people to improve their health and wellbeing and build stronger communities in areas of deprivation or where there are service gaps.

Our resilience is our strength allowing us to quickly adapt to support the ever-changing needs of the community since 2003.



Our vision

Our vision is to reduce health inequalities in rural South Lanarkshire and enable people to live healthier and happier lives.

Our mission

Our mission is to reduce health inequalities in rural South Lanarkshire and enable people to live healthier and protect the mental and physical health of individuals, families and communities living in rural South Lanarkshire.

Our vision

Our vision is to reduce health inequalities in rural South Lanarkshire and enable people to live healthier and happier lives.

Our mission

Our mission is to reduce health inequalities in rural South Lanarkshire and enable people to live healthier and protect the mental and physical health of individuals, families and communities living in rural South Lanarkshire.

Our history

Healthy Valleys has been supporting people, families and communities in rural South Lanarkshire for nearly two decades. We have gathered some information marking some of our milestones and accolades during that time to illustrate how we have grown from strength to strength.

Geographical area

We work across the rural South Lanarkshire area, with a focus on communities who are most in need as identified by the SIMD (Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation). Our staff and volunteers provide activities, support and services from a wide range of community venues and partner offices, ensuring local, easy access and low costs.

Meet the team

Find out about the people at the heart of Healthy Valleys including the Board of Trustees and operational team.

Our history

Healthy Valleys has been supporting people, families and communities in rural South Lanarkshire for nearly two decades. We have gathered some information marking some of our milestones and accolades during that time to illustrate how we have grown from strength to strength.

Geographical area

We work across the rural South Lanarkshire area, with a focus on communities who are most in need as identified by the SIMD (Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation). Our staff and volunteers provide activities, support and services from a wide range of community venues and partner offices, ensuring local, easy access and low costs.

Meet the team

Find out about the people at the heart of Healthy Valleys including the Board of Trustees and operational team.

Our funders & partners

We work in partnership with a large range of organisations and funders in the local community to enable us to support people, families communities and volunteers.

What we do

Healthy Valleys is a community-led health initiative that supports communities in rural South Lanarkshire. We focus on providing opportunities for local people to improve their health and wellbeing and build stronger communities in areas of deprivation or where there are service gaps.

Publications & reports

You can find our Annual Report, quarterly newsletters, information about Healthy Valleys and other publications here.

Our funders & partners

We work in partnership with a large range of organisations and funders in the local community to enable us to support people, families communities and volunteers.

What we do

Healthy Valleys is a community-led health initiative that supports communities in rural South Lanarkshire. We focus on providing opportunities for local people to improve their health and wellbeing and build stronger communities in areas of deprivation or where there are service gaps.

Publications & reports

You can find our Annual Report, quarterly newsletters, information about Healthy Valleys and other publications here.
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