Richmond Fellowship’s Fenland Wellbeing service in Cambridgeshire has been featured on ITV News Anglia.
The service was asked to take part in a piece on Thursday 27 September about an Office for National Statistics (ONS) report which ranked Fenland as one of the unhappiest places to live in the country.
People completing the ONS survey were asked to rank their happiness, sense of the things they do being worthwhile and life satisfaction out of 10, with 10 being the highest.
The average happiness score for Fenland was 6.7, compared to the UK average of 7.52.
The survey covered the period from March 2017 to March 2018.
According to the report, the happiest place to live in the UK was Rushmoor in Hampshire.
You can see a video of the report here.
Find out more about our Fenland Wellbeing service.