Social Change UK have been appointed by the Lincolnshire Cooperative to carry out research with Co-op customers on a proposed new look and feel for their food, pharmacy, funeral and travel shops.
Researchers will be out talking to customers across the county this month and will ask them for their views on a new look for the stores. Lincolnshire Cooperative are keen to involve shoppers and dividend members in any proposed changes to the brand. The findings will be presented to the board sometime in July.
Social Change UK are continuing to campaign and lobby the government, fast food and takeaway industry for healthier takeaway food.
This week we have launched a Facebook page to build a community around this issue and we are working with the BBC to highlight the issue of unhealthy takeaway food in a special programme to be aired in the Autumn.
You can read more about our work on this issue in our case studies section. For more information on this campaign or to lend your support please contact the team.
Derby City Council have asked Social Change UK to assist them with the design and delivery of the research phase that will inform future commissioning and service design specifications for harmful and hazardous drinkers in Derby.
It’s January 2013 and we are eager to work our socks off this year on some exciting projects! And to entice old and new customers we are slashing our prices for all work commissioned in January… A mega 20% off all services!
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Walk into an A&E in any British city on a Friday or Saturday night, and you will most likely be surrounded by drunken chaos, caused by modern day binge drinking. With the cost of treating alcohol related problems up to £3.5bn a year, according to the first annual report from the UK’s Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies, this poses the ultimate question – Is binge drinking taking over Britain?
Social Change UK have been appointed by NHS Derbyshire Community Health Services to design and deliver innovative IT solutions that better connect families with the county Health Visiting Service (HVS).
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The House of Lords has approved a private members’ bill put forward by Lord Ribeiro to ban smoking in cars when children are present, and make offenders liable for a £60 fine or attendance at a smoke awareness course.