TAKE SOME TIME OUT FOR YOUR Team
choose a half-day experience run by a local charity or community group in kirklees
show your commitment to supporting the health & wellbeing of your staff & volunteers
and support a local vCSE organisation at the same time
For the last 2 years, TSL Kirklees has coordinated a menu of half-day, fully funded wellbeing experiences from local charitable organisations. This funding has now run out, but you can still fund sessions yourselves.
HOW DO WE BOOK?
You can book a Wellbeing Experience for your team by contacting your chosen organisation directly using the contact details on their experience profile below.
If you book an experience and would like to send us some comments or a case study (to firstname.lastname@example.org) or share something on social media (tag us and the organisation that ran your experience), we would love to hear how it went.
Choose a wellbeing Experience
Mindfulness and Empowerment in Nature
Growing works delivers therapeutic gardening sessions for vulnerable adults; outdoor activities for families who have children with additional needs; gardening and outdoor therapy workshops, training and events and horticultural services.
Our weekly activities include:• SPROUT – whole family outdoor activities for families with children who have additional needs• BUD – Social and Therapeutic horticulture sessions to support health and well being• POD – a mobile unit delivering Grow Your Own workshops and training with a variety of groups throughout Kirklees.
- Wellbeing through empowerment – trying something new like bushcraft and firelighting, den building and knots or green woodworking.
- Mindfulness in nature – chill out outside, learn mindfulness techniques and yoga, enjoy nature crafts.
View their full session timetable and information here http://www.growingworks.org.uk/session-times-information/
More Health and Wellbeing Support
This project is part of a larger Staff Emotional Health and Wellbeing Offer Across Kirklees Place initiative to help create a ‘wellness culture’ across Kirklees and support staff who have faced heightened levels of stress and exposure to potentially traumatic experiences during the pandemic with ongoing emotional health and wellbeing support and recovery. With funding from West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health Care Partnership, partners including Locala, TSL Kirklees and Kirklees Council have come to get to create and promote a number of different types of support, via the: