The Network of Wellbeing invites you to join facilitator Sherry Clark for “Happiness is Handmade” – a weekend of making and doing creative, purposeful and positive things with your hands, at Eden Rise, in Devon. According to research by Ofcom, UK
An increasing number of countries across the world are making a commitment to putting wellbeing at the heart of government, including New Zealand and Northern Ireland. What can we learn from those leading the way? The Carnegie UK Trust is
Creative activities are a remarkably useful for improving health and wellbeing, particularly for those feeling isolated. In this post I share my experiences starting Little Bird SOS, an organisation that facilitates arts for health community groups in Leicestershire. Overcoming isolation
Since we spend one third of our adult lives at work, are there new opportunities to improve our workplaces in this first-quarter of the 21st century? Can we be happier at work? How is the growing focus on ‘happiness at
The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) is reviewing its strategy, and we’d love to hear and include your views! For the last three years, we’ve focused on building our network across the UK (and beyond), supporting wellbeing-related activities at the community
The links between nature and wellbeing are strong and clear, so it should be no surprise that foraging boosts wellbeing; after all, it prompts us to not only get out in nature, but to pick, smell and taste it! However,
Kindness is not just about being nice. It matters, both for the wellbeing of individuals and communities and their empowerment. It also is a key factor in combatting the growing public health issue of loneliness and social isolation. The below
The past year has been a big year for the Network of Wellbeing. We held our first big national event, the Building Wellbeing Together weekend at Hawkwood College; we’ve launched a new website and we’ve just been given Eden Rise
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