Happy holidays from all of us at the Centre. Thank you for your support, insights, feedback and participation: it led to more evidence-informed action; more understanding of what wellbeing is, and how to measure it; and some impactful collaborations across, and within, sectors. Just have a look at the impact summary below, you can click on any image to find out more.

We look forward to connecting again with you in 2019.

January - new guidance for charities: our most popular resource to help charities measure wellbeing impact, with over 20,000 of you reading it in 2018, will be updated in 2019.
February - workplace wellbeing questionnaire developed: an evidence-based, flexible, practical questionnaire for employers in any sector
May - Places, spaces and people review published: one of our most downloaded resources of 2018. In 2019, we will be developing tools to help local decision-makers improve place-based wellbeing
May - Higher Education portal launched: in partnership with Universities UK, we publish practice examples from universities taking innovative approaches to wellbeing and mental health.
June - Treasury Green Book: we helped shape government guidance, so it explicitly states that wellbeing is an explicit aim of economic evaluation.
September - Understanding Wellbeing in the UK conference: our sellout conference, run by Brunel University, London, attracted over 250 participants and was tweeted about almost 1000 times, reaching 1.9m people.
October- loneliness evidence review published: informing national strategy, the review looks at what works to tackle loneliness. In 2019 we'll publish new guidance on measuring loneliness.
December - All Party Parliamentary Group on wellbeing economics: this month the Centre ran the first meeting of the renewed APPG. Sign up to find out about more events in 2019.
Five ways to wellbeing: The most viewed blog of 2018. Over 4,000 of you wanted to know about the widely-used Five Ways approach, which we carried out an evidence review on in 2017.
Events - over 61 workshops, presentations and events: more than one a week, on average, with participants from local authorities, central government, businesses, charities, academics, funders and commissioners. In 2019, we will be developing online and in-person training - we look forward to seeing you there.