You are very welcome.

This our first foray into the blogging world, where we intend to describe and demonstrate what it takes to architect and deliver change that makes a real difference to people, organisations, communities and most importantly you.

The blogs will be mainly written by us, Helen or Chris, but we will occasionally publish guest blogs from people whose work or life stories we admire and who share our closely held values of inclusivity, compassion, honesty and insatiable curiosity for the possible in making this world and our health and care services, the very best that they can be.

Join us on this exciting journey, interact, comment, share your views, insights and ideas, after all ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ or in this case ‘a whole bunch of possibility architects and change agents to change the world’.

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Published by change unlocked today

Helen Davies-Cox and Chris Edworthy are 'Architects of Extraordinary Change' , having over 60 years of experience in the NHS between them, leading and engaging in change projects throughout their careers. email:

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  1. How refreshing and energizing to have such a positive public health blog! Helen you are always this ..good luck Christa Edgeller


  2. Well done. You’ve whetted our appetites, so now we want to read more. Best of luck to you both in your endeavours.


  3. Thank you Helen and Chris. What a fine start to inspiring community. I look forward to reading the next blog. Iron sharpens iron and sometimes sparks fly! It’s a joy to see people ignite in what they are passionate about. Enjoy the journey.
    Andrew Holland.


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