HEALTHWATCH Wiltshire has launched a small grants scheme to invest in projects that aim to improve the health and wellbeing of local people.

The Community Cash Fund will enable groups to apply for up to £2,000 to start projects in their local community.

The organisation hopes the scheme will help to get more feedback on health and social care services from people it might not otherwise hear from.

Healthwatch Wiltshire manager, Stacey Plumb said the scheme was a great opportunity to improve wellbeing in the local community.

“This scheme will help us gather more peoples experiences of local services, and help ensure that their voices are heard. We’re really excited to see what ideas people have and how we can help make them a reality.”

The fund could cover things like dance or art classes, health exhibitions, support groups, music sessions and healthy eating cookery groups.

Apply by 5pm on March 29 at: