Simply Connect Bromley is a Social Prescribing service for the borough of Bromley, managed and delivered by Community Links Bromley.

We’re on a mission to support local residents to find local community services, activities and support that can really help you with whatever issue you’re struggling with at the moment.

Maybe you’re looking to meet new people - or get some advice or support for a friend or family member? Or you might be wanting to find out about exercise or social clubs, or how to get involved in a local charity?

We can support you to improve your health and wellbeing by:

  • Focusing on what matters most to you
  • Connecting you to local community services and activities, and
  • Helping you to reach your goals and ambitions.

Whatever it is you’re looking for, there’s something for you.

This service is funded by Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group, and managed and delivered by Community Links BromleyIt is part of a wider NHS programme of integrated care provision in the Bromley borough.

Simply browse the site, and use the search filters to find exactly what you’re looking for…

You can find details of local services and support, share information with family and friends, or bookmark and print out service information.

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Want to know more about this site?

If you would like to know more about this community directory, who it is aimed at, and how you can use it, please visit or email

New Link Workers have been introduced to assist GPs in caring for a person’s health and wellbeing.

These workers (along with other health and social care professions) can help you access non-medical services that can really help you with whatever issue you are experiencing, that doesn’t necessarily need a medical intervention. This could be specialist support such as managing your health condition, bereavement support, keeping active or counselling services.

For more information, get in touch with your local Simply Connect Bromley team at

What is social prescribing?

This is when you are referred or signposted into non-clinical services by a professional as a way of supporting or improving your health and wellbeing.

Social Prescribing Link Workers are new posts, funded by the NHS, who will support you and make referrals on your behalf into community services.

Do you want to get involved in your community and help others?

There are hundreds of local community organisations registered that you can help by volunteering.

Maybe you want to work with animals, help the homeless, or get involved in a fundraising event - whatever it is, there is someone out there who needs your help.