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Title

Why should we invest in parks? Evidence from the Parks for People programme

Summary

Building on evidence from the rapid evidence review “Space to Thrive”, which was published by The Heritage Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund in January 2020, this latest report focuses on the social benefits which can be achieved from investment in parks,... Read more

Published

2021

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Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing Evaluation Report for the National Lottery Heritage Fund

Summary

‘Give: Volunteering for Wellbeing’ was a mixed methods study exploring the quantitative and qualitative evidence for volunteer benefits over a 15-month study of a project to help make heritage more accessible to people experiencing health inequalities.

Published

2020

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Title

A Qualitative Evidence Review of Space and Place, Intangible Assets, and Volunteering, and their Contribution to the Enhancement of Wellbeing and/or Alleviation of Loneliness for Adults across the Life-Course (16+ years), in the Spheres of Participatory Arts and Sport/Physical Activity

Summary

This review from the What Works Centre for Wellbeing aims to identify evidence on volunteering, wellbeing and loneliness in participatory arts and sport/physical activity, examining studies published worldwide between 2009 and 2019.

Published

2020

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Identifying the potential value of sustained participation in community activities arising from referral through social prescribing

Summary

A rapid mapping review by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to collate an evidence base to support commissioners in making the case for social prescribing and its importance in increasing participation in activities that are known to have benef... Read more

Published

2019

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