Budleigh “health hub” advertises for (paying) tenants

“The Budleigh Salterton Community Hospital Health and Wellbeing Hub (Budleigh Salterton Hub) will bring together local residents, the NHS, the voluntary, statutory and business sectors under a common purpose – to improve the quality of health and wellbeing for approx 48,500 people in the Woodbury, Exmouth and Budleigh (WEB) areas, including all the local villages and hamlets.

As a provider of health and wellbeing support, whether it be through fitness, social activities and groups, holistic therapies, mental health guidance, weight management, physiotherapy, healthy eating and lifestyle choices, art therapies, NHS outpatient services, catering, or childcare provision, this is your opportunity to get involved in this new and exciting project, supporting babies and children from early years through to older people.”


Here is the “information pack”:


Rooms ( including the kitchen) are from (not at) £15-25 per hour (NHS or private) and it seems from reading the brochure that, as yet, it has no tenants.

One thought on “Budleigh “health hub” advertises for (paying) tenants

  1. Isn’t that what the hospital used to do? What a waste of a good building. Where are patients going now? Or are they all happily being looked after at home?


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