On this page you will find some upcoming events which NOW is attending or involved in (Network of Wellbeing Events), and also a selection of wellbeing-related events run by other organisations (General Wellbeing Events).
To read about previous events the Network of Wellbeing has been involved in check out the events section of our blog. If you'd like to suggest a General Wellbeing Event for us to list please get in touch.
This conference is to re-charge, inspire and grow a community of changemakers. Changemakers and leaders who want to create a happier, kinder, wiser and more playful world.
The Community Potlucks are free regular events, which provide the local community in Totnes (Devon) with an opportunity to come together and share a meal, with everyone contributing a delicious dish. The next Potluck will be on Friday 20th April from 6pm to 8pm, at the Methodist Church Hall, Fore Street, Totnes, Devon. This month onwards the local community will be coordinating the Potluck events.
This day is an invitation to explore a practical vision of your front-line service team thriving and performing in the years ahead – despite all the pressures pushing against this.
This webinar is part of a free ‘Building Wellbeing Together’ webinar series via the Network of Wellbeing (NOW), with guest speaker Katherine Trebeck from the Wellbeing Economy Alliance (and previously Senior Economics Researcher at Oxfam).
This event is part of a Naturally Healthy May series, and will include selection of taster events and activities to help participants to try something new and step outside more.
This two-day summit showcases and celebrates cutting edge environmental design and enhancement, rural and urban sustainable dwelling, design and architecture for wellbeing and innovation projects co-created with communities that are impacting positively on sustainable community health and wellbeing across the lifespan in the UK and Europe.
This event is a unique collaboraiton between The Carbon Free Group, The Bay Trust, The Sustainability Research Network at Canterbury Christ Church University and The England Centre for Practice Development.
Do you want to renew your creativity, and your connection with the bigger picture? It can be a great way to recover our resilience, and develop our sense of how we’d like our life to be, when everyday pressures have left us feeling depleted and uninspired. Supported by the magic and vitality of a beautiful wood in mid-summer, this weekend will offer various ways to explore these themes.
This event is being run at Hazel Hill Wood by Alan Heeks and Cordelia Jilani Prescott.