Our Resource Library

Our team has developed this varied library of digital resources to support and promote health and wellbeing – please use them and share them with anyone you think would find them useful!


Support and Advice Services

Free online Cancer Conversations training:

Our new Cancer Conversations course is a free online awareness session that has been designed to raise awareness of the signs, symptoms and risks of many common cancer types and also help people feel more confident to spread the word and have impactful cancer conversations with others.

Enrol for free and help us spread the word!


Latest cookbooks

Free Resource Kits:

Get your free Healthy Lifestyle Resource Kit by subscribing to The Works newsletter.


Pop over to our Cancer Awareness page to get your free Cancer Awareness Resource Kit.


Healthworks Brochure

Seasonal family activity and books:

Information sheets and booklets:


Get active at home workout videos:

20 Minute Workouts

Next Steps Workouts

Staying Steady resources:

Staying Steady booklets

The Staying Steady booklets for those on our falls prevention Staying Steady program.

It’s never too late to quit smoking resource page

Community Cancer Awareness resource page

Take A Minute Cancer Awareness videos:

Antenatal and Breastfeeding resources:







Volunteering and working at Healthworks:

Meet our Volunteers

A Guide To Volunteering A Guide To Working At Healthworks

Take a walk with us:

Wellbeing Walks

Taking a walk is a great activity for all ages, and not only helps you get active but can also have a really positive impact on your wellbeing.  You don’t have to have a car or live in the country to access some lovely walks, there are some great parks and green space located in urban areas or you could just take a walk and explore your own local area instead!


Our virtual Wellbeing Walks have been developed to:

  • inspire people to get active and improve their wellbeing through walking
  • give people ideas for walks using their local parks and green spaces and urban spaces too
  • bring an “outside-inside experience” to promote positive mental wellbeing for people who are unable to get out and about for whatever reason


Historic Trails:


The trail takes in some of Scotswood’s most iconic historical sites, such as the Montagu pit disaster memorial. 

This trail takes you on a historic walk around Hodgkin Park in Benwell

Play and learning:

Play and learn videos:

Let’s Cook resources:



Check out our step by step recipe videos on You Tube:





Our Health Promotion Team have produced a range of downloadable and printable recipe cards to help you get cooking at home!