Following a previous CWAC article in January which outlined the five ways to wellbeing which are:
Connect – with people around you, including friends, family, colleagues and neighbours. Good relationships give you a sense of belonging and self-worth, as well as providing emotional support.
Be active – whether it is going for run or walk, gardening, playing a game or dancing around the kitchen, being active can raise your self-esteem, help you to set goals you can achieve and cause chemical changes in your brain that can positively change your mood.
Take notice – savour the moment and make the effort to be more aware of the world around you and what you are feeling. Mindfulness can help you enjoy life more and understand yourself better.
Learn – try something new or rediscover an old interest, which will help boost your self-confidence, give you a sense of purpose and help you connect with others.
Give – do something nice for someone else, volunteer or say thank you. Acts of giving and kindness can create a sense of reward, give you a feeling of purpose and self-worth and help you connect with others.
These are the opportunities to participate and collaborate locally:
In Tattenhall there are many ways to volunteer and/or to get involved in the community -
Transition Tattenhall: – Repair cafe; Mini meadow/Biodiversity project; Meditation group;
Litter picking and Community Orchard/Spinney project management in partnership with the PC seeTransitiontattenhall.co.uk
Parish Council projects and being a Parish councillor – contact email@example.com
Opal Group (Tuesdays at St Alban's Community Room)- further info: email: Bev.firstname.lastname@example.org
Soup and Pudding lunch: 1st Friday of the month at St Alban's
Barbour Institute Trustees/ Drop In/ activities and groups:barbourinstitute.com
U3A. email: wcru3a2hotmail.com/website: U3asites.org.uk
TWIG- Tattenhall Wildlife Interest Group see Facebook
Tattenhall Kind : See Facebook Tattenhall News
Sports Tattenhall. website: sporttattenhall.co.uk
Village Market- Friday mornings at the Sports Centre on the Flack, open to anyone.
Gardening Society:: Tattenhallgdnsoc@gmail.com
St. Albans Church – Loss cafe; Lent Course (Wednesdays 6 – 7pm); Sunday service; Wednesday Communion
Tattenhall Amateur Dramatics – TADS
Amongst many others!!
Watch this website for information about events in these groups, also Facebook sites: Tattenhall community and Tattenhall News
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