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Five Ways to Wellbeing

The cornerstone of wellbeing is to connect with others – we do this through running regular sessions where individuals work in groups and develop trust.

All our work involves participation in some level of physical activity, be that working in the allotment, foraging or corporate days for local organisations.

Mental activity is also important; taking notice of the people and things around us, living in the moment and reflecting on it helps us to identify what is important to us. 

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Aligned with this is learning new skills or generally acquiring knowledge. Learning new things makes us more confident.  By aligning what is important to people with their desire to learn, we aim to make learning fun.

Finally building on connecting, being active, taking notice and learning, it motivates us to want to share our enthusiasm with others - giving. Seeing yourself, and your happiness, linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding and it creates connections with the people around you.

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