Health and wellbeing news from Welwyn Hatfield week beginning 19th of July

Sharing local updates on health and wellbeing services, events, training courses, funding etc

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Week beginning 19th July 

Welwyn Hatfield Sports Healthy Hub Festival is now on!

19th July -1st August

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  Sport and physical activity sessions;

-          Workshops and webinars promoting positive wellbeing, mental health and healthy eating

-          Outdoor activities, for example, yoga, dance, orienteering and fitness related activities etc

To find out more about the events taking place across the borough take a look at our sports and exercise events calendar here

Free online family workshop by mental health specialists Herts Mind Network 

Wednesday 28 July 11am-12pm 

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During this groundbreaking online workshop by specialist advisors at Hertfordshire Mind Network families are invited to explore five basic strategies that children and adults can use to increase their awareness of mental health and self-care.Signposting to alternative places for support for ongoing care will also be shared.

The session can be booked online: Here

For more information, contact:

Healthy activities with BeeZee Bodies for school holiday fun!

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Each week over the school holidays, the incredibly talented BeeZee Bodies team present a different online activity encouraging children and families to eat well, move more and feel great.

Activities include live cook-a-longs, dance routines, exercise videos and games to keep you busy all summer.

They will be posting activities every Monday on the BeeZee Bodies Facebook page here or sign up to the mailing list for the latest activity updates here.

New Leaf Recovery and Wellbeing College offers hope for the future with their autumn timetable

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New Leaf Recovery and Wellbeing College equips students with the skills to make changes to support their wellbeing. The college is not somewhere to obtain qualifications but to learn self-management and personal development.

Even though its been a hard year the staff and the students of the New Leaf  Recovery and Wellbeing College have shown strength and resilience. 

The college has been improving the student development programme, curriculum board and the student council, as well as reviewing and adding new courses.

In Autumn they are hoping their face to face sessions will return with some classes still being presented via zoom or their venues in Watford, Hemel Hempseed, Letchworth, Hertford and Stevenage. They will also be trialing evening classes too.

Students who have graduated from the development programme are able to join the college co-producing, co-writing and co-delivering courses. There are also opportunities to gain further experince by assisting in the classroom the with the college newsletter.

And lastly, their website has been upgraded for a better user experince.

Visit the new college website here or call 01442 864966 for more information.

The college is free to all Hertfordshire residents aged 18 and over.