We support vulnerable people & families, we aim to reduce social isolation, and work toward building greater social equality and cohesion in the PL5 and surrounding areas in the North of Plymouth.

Helping People, Changing Lives

Connecting the Neighbourhoods of Ernesettle, Honicknowle, Manadon and Whitleigh.

By working with our partners and community Four Greens Community Trust CIC will:

  • Improve wellbeing and health

  • Create employment and volunteering opportunities

  • Reduce isolation

  • Create a can-do culture

  • Nurture and develop a sense of community

Our aim is to reduce inequality and therefore our work will support those most vulnerable in our community including:

  • Young people

  • People with disabilities

  • The elderly

  • Minority groups

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“A Hub is a network of resources and services that can help to improve health and wellbeing. By working as a network, members of a community receives joined up, quality, consistent information and support. Hub services are provided by community members, volunteers, paid staff across public, private, and community / voluntary sectors. No one size fits all - each neighbourhood will have a different network that makes sense locally”

Plymouth Wellbeing Strategy