Health and wellbeing news from Welwyn Hatfield week 21

This week we are featuring health and wellbeing news for week beginning 31st May 2021

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Health and wellbeing news for the week beginning 31st May 

Homeinsteads Dementia Friendly Community CafĂ© reopens again next week on Tuesday 8th June at 11.00am

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Join Homeinstead for fun activities, arts & crafts,regular guest speakers & meet new people at their Dementia Friendly Cafe.

Hosted by Dementia Champion, Jane Andrews,and local community volunteers.

Refreshments available at affordable prices.

Every 2nd Tuesday from 11:00am to 2:00pm Digswell Hall, 30 Harmer Green Lane Welwyn, AL60AT.

World Environment Day June 4th 2021

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This week's World Environment Day on June 4th celebrations include the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, host country celebrations in Pakistan and a packed week of events worldwide.

Many key people are taking part and leading on some great events;

  • Bear Grylls, TV Presenter, adventurer and writer
  • Ambassador Peter Thomson, UN's Special Envoy for the Ocean
  • Dr. Mike, media personality, family medicine physician
  • Jack Johnson, singer-songwriter
  • Patti Smith, musician author, poet
  • Michael Stipe, singer-songwriter

Check out the virtual events that are happening across the world

New Leaf Recovery and Wellbeing College has launched a new website

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As well as new pictures, content and a sleeker design, the new site allows for more functionality and better accessibility; making it easier to use different browser features as well as mobile and tablets.

Visitors can read the stories of students who have attended the student development programme and visit the 'what can help' section, which encompasses all blogs, informative recovery focused articles and previous newsletters.

The website shows upcoming courses on the new 'book a course section' as well as detailed information about each of all the courses that the college runs on the Course A-Z page. Visitors can also send in new course suggestions, submit their interest in a course not currently running and students who log into their account will see a history of their past and present courses bookings.

Once in their account, students can also view access only materials and cancel their place on courses they can no longer attend with a click of a button!

To make this new website possible, the college worked collaboratively with staff, designers and developers, as well as with the student council and those enrolled on the college development programme. The programme allows all students enrolled in the college the opportunity to move forward in their recovery, gain additional skills and contribute to various projects within the college

Check out the new website by clicking on this link