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NHS Wellbeing (Norfolk & Waveney)

  • Walking
  • One off
  • Outdoors
  • Bring a friend
  • New to exercising
  • Gentle exercise
  • Dog friendly
  • Regular classes

Managing experiences like depression, anxiety and stress can leave you feeling isolated and unsure of yourself. Talking to a counsellor or therapist and learning new skills for coping can be very helpful, but for many people the opportunity to engage with their community and meet new people is also a vital part of their recovery process.

We host varied social opportunities for people living in Norfolk & Waveney, the socials cover a range of activities based around the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’; a set of evidence based recommendations that, when followed, can improve your mental health and wellbeing.

We also deliver non-clinical training such as our Wellbeing Champion Training, run stands at events and network with other organisations, charities and businesses in the local community.

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Title Date & time Location
Wellbeing Walks - Cromer
Meeting in front of Cromer Pier & Pavilion Theatre
Running for Wellbeing
Eaton Park

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Community Development Team

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[email protected]

About this provider

  • Owner

    Community Development Team

  • Website

  • Address

    Hellesdon Hospital, Drayton High Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 5BE

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  • Email

    [email protected] Preferred

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  • Instagram


  • Accessibility statement

    All of the social events that we run are based upon the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’. These are a set of evidence-based recommendations which, when followed, can improve your mental health and wellbeing. They are: Connect, be active, learn, take notice and give. All the information you need to attend the groups in person will be in our events. Our socials are open to anyone aged 16+ with no need to book unless otherwise stated. Help us maintain a safe and welcoming space at our socials: > Respect other people’s privacy > Share your personal details at your own discretion > Be respectful of others opinions and life > Take care when meeting up with people I meet at socials outside of these meetings if you choose to. > Take personal responsibility for my own wellbeing

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