One You Cheshire East


Lifestyle and health services in the borough have been brought together under one system – known as ‘One You Cheshire East'. This integrated system works to improve the health of residents, tackling health inequalities and reducing demand for NHS and social care services. It focuses on early intervention to help residents avoid future ill-health by supporting them to drink less alcohol, eat well, lose weight, move more and be smoke free. Help and advice is available in a range of ways, including a dedicated website and lifestyle support staff. The services offered are flexible and tailored to each individual’s needs.

Service Details

Cheshire Peaks and Plains, One You Cheshire East, 2nd Floor, Ropewalks , Newton Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 6QJ (directions displayed on map)
Peaks & Plains Housing Trust
Service Type:
Health and Wellbeing
Waiting List:
Dependent on service required
Age Range:
12 years and over. Varies depending on service
Age Band:
  • Early Years (Under 5)
  • Children (5-18)
  • Young Adults (14-25)
  • Adults (18+)
  • Older People (65+)
How is the service provided?:
  • Face to face
Accepted referral methods:
  • Via GP or Health Professional
  • Via Adult Social Care
Capacity of service:
Dependent on service required
Eligibility criteria:
Free providing eligibility criteria is met
Areas covered in Cheshire East:
  • All Areas of Cheshire East
Additional Referral Information:
Referral required through One You Cheshire East service. See One You Cheshire East website for further information.
Is a referral required?:
Communication aids and support available:
  • Hearing Loop
  • Text Phone
  • Large Print Material
  • Translated Material

Opening Times

Days service available:
Opening Times - Monday:
Opening Times - Tuesday:
Opening Times - Wednesday:
Opening Times - Thursday:
Opening Times - Friday:
Opening Times - Saturday:
Opening Times - Sunday:
Additional Opening Times:
Dependent on service required

This page was last updated on 18 June 2019

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This page was last updated on 18 June 2019