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Health and Wellbeing
A new app called Good Thinking is designed to boost wellbeing and resilience to stress, and it's available free to Londoners.
The NHS-approved service has been developed by the Foundation for Postive Mental Health to help those who are experiencing common mental wellbeing concerns and are looking to improve their concentration and confidence in all walks of life.
Feeling Good offers audio programmes centred around Positive Mental Training for adults and for teens. The app is based on a Swedish Olympic sports performance programme, which was adapted to boost mental health and resilience. Feeling Good’s research in the NHS shows that this can help recovery from anxiety and depression, helping you let go of worries, cope better with stress, and sleep better.
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Links to other groups which may be of interest:
Information on Social Prescribing
RUILS provides more information about social prescribing which you can find here.
Ramblers in Richmond and Kingston organise regular walks in the surrounding area and further afield. You are welcome to come along to a couple of walks for free before deciding whether to join the association.
Richmond Mental Health Mates also organise regular walks for those looking for a safe place to talk, walk, laugh, share stories and make new connections without fear of judgement.
Richmond Green Gym offers a unique and free opportunity for local people to get involved in transforming Mereway Nature Park and Orchard for the benefit of wildlife and the local community.
Ham United Group is a non-political community interest company working for a sustainable future locally and globally. It works as an umbrella organisation that supports projects and groups that wish to improve the enviroment and the quality of life for the people in Ham and Petersham.
Do you Freegle? Freegle is a website to help people give and get things for free in their local community. Their motto is Don't throw it away, give it away! It's simple to sign up and post messages if you have something to offer or are looking for something. Other people see your messages and reply directly so you can arrange the exchange: You've decluttered, made someone's day and saved an item from landfill. That's freegling! And it's all free.
Everyone is welcome at Sheddington. Although there is no charge for attending our sessions, as a charity we rely on the generosity of donations to maintain this site and develop our activities for the beneﬁt of the community. If you are able to contribute, we suggest a donation of £2 per session.
You can also show your support by becoming a Supporter of Sheddington for a suggested minimum donation of £25 a year. A leaflet with more information is available here, or you can make a one-off donation by clicking the button below:
If you are interested in getting involved with Sheddington, click on the link below to sign in to the Voice community (you'll need to create a login if you have not done so already) and then join our group. We'll be in touch shortly!