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WHO declares Norwich a ‘healthy city’

Norwich has become the latest city to join the World Health Organisation’s worldwide network of “healthy cities.”

Councillors submitted a bid in July to join the network which works together to improve health in urban areas.

19 cities and towns across the UK have pledged their commitment to improve housing conditions, transport facilities and employment prospects, as key factors that can influence health.

21/09/2012

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