The Shaping Places for Wellbeing Programme is a delivery partnership between the Improvement Service and Public Health Scotland (PHS). It is funded by The Health Foundation and Scottish Government with support from COSLA. The ambition of the programme is to improve Scotland’s wellbeing and reduce inequalities. The programme contributes to: the National Performance Framework outcomes and key government policy aspirations such as the 20-minute neighbourhood concept. The Programme is supporting seven local project towns: Alloa, Ayr, Clydebank, Dalkeith, Dunoon, Fraserburgh and Rutherglen.