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Free Wellbeing Workshops

Nov
08

The Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service is offering free Wellbeing Workshops in parternship with Grenfell Reovery and wellbeing community college Spoke and the Recovery & Wellbeing College.

 

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Young Healthwatch report

Oct
24

Healthwatch Central West London have released their Young Healtwatch Report. 

This document details the steps they took to set Young Healthwatch Westminster in motion, the challenges they encountered and how they combated them, along with their next steps.

Click here to see the report in full.

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Every Mind Matters

Oct
07

Public Health England, with support from some of the most respected organisations in the field, is launching a new mental health campaign called “Every Mind Matters” in October 2019.

The campaign aims to support everyone to feel more confident in taking action to look after their mental health and wellbeing by promoting a range of self-care actions.

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Family Friends launch campaign video

Oct
03

Family Friends have launched 'Two Hours' - a campaign video across all their social media channels. The short film is a collaboration from everyone at Family Friends, John Lyon’s Charity, The Media Trust, award-winning director Jo Southwell, John Lyon’s Charity and Aston Management.  You can view it on YouTube here.

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'Sing with us' free choir - Chelsea sessions

Sep
30

Please find details here of the Tenovus Cancer Care 'Sing with us' for anyone effected by cancer (not just patients but survivors, bereaved, friends and family...)

Please click here to visit website for further information. 

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Social Cycling Programme for September - December and other events

Sep
12

RBKC's Social Cycling programme is in full swing. 

This year the Sustainable Travel Team are celebrating Car Free Sunday on Sunday 22 September. The Mayor of London is inviting us to reimagine our city, car free. 

There are a series of events happening in the borough, packed with free activities for everyone:

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Join 'The Happiness Corner' Programme for women!

Sep
12

THE HAPPINESS CORNER

Learn about positive thinking, mental health, and wellbeing techniques
(One-to-one slots available for advice & guidance)

Starting 3 October 2019 – Every Thursday 
From 11am to 2.30pm (refreshments included)

Location: Bay 20 - 71 St Marks Rd, London W10 6J
(Ladbroke Grove)

*(Refreshments available)

For more information/booking please contact:

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Sing to Live returns!

Sep
11

Sing to Live workshops have returned for their Autumn term! All the partner venues are hosting open taster sessions in the first week back. Full timetable below. 
 
The term is 12 weeks and is immediately followed by a rehearsal week for the annual winter concert on Sunday 1 December 2019. There will be more information on the Concert to share with you soon, but for now please put the date in your diaries. 
 

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Inclusive Football Club

Sep
03

Connecting the community

Free football sessions run by FA qualified coaches for adults in the community recovering from mental health and substance misuse.

Mind United football club aims to improve mental and physical well-being through the power of sport in a safe, relax environment.

Team entry to compete in local county FA mental health league. 

Any ability can join, we accept self- referral to the club.    

Free lunch & drinks provided after sessions end.

Saturdays: 12-2PM

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BME Healthforum New Project, RBKC Emotional Wellbeing Project

Aug
27

The BME Healthforum has a new project called RBKC Emotional Wellbeing Project.

This project aims to support BME people who live in Kensington & Chelsea  and are experiencing emotional difficulties but who are not mental health service users.

The project also aims to support organisations working with BME clients by recognising the role these organisations have in maintaining the mental wellbeing of their clients and by offering training and resources to volunteers and staff members to make this work more sustainable.

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