Doing our best to work within government guidelines, the new well being ‘Walk and Talk’ in Grace Eyre Housing is promoting healthy minds and healthy bodies.
Elenor Button, a Grace Eyre Housing tenant, said:
“Living by yourself can be isolating and lonely, and as home visits by support staff have become restricted this can increase levels of anxiety.”
One way of improving mental health and physical well being is taking a walk, which Elenor did recently with Patrusha Dey, Grace Eyre Housing Officer. They kept to social distancing guidelines, but enjoyed a stroll around  St Ann’s Wells Gardens in Hove.
Patrusha said:
“The walk and talk is a great way of keeping in touch with our tenants and supporting them to stay well in their home.”
Grace Eyre Housing offers exciting new opportunities and choices about where and how people would like to live. It works in partnership with a broad range of landlords and different service providers across Sussex and supports referrals from individuals, couples and friendship groups, matching people with quality accommodation that meets their needs.
You can find out more about Grace Eyre Housing on our website. You can also call 01273 222 005 or email

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