Haltwhistle Wellbeing Event

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Haltwhistle Wellbeing Event

Haltwhistle Library Hub, Monday 25 September 2023, 10am – 1pm

The West Northumberland Living Well team will be at this free event, along with other health, community and voluntary organisations.

If you live or work in our around Haltwhistle, call in to find out more about social prescribing, get free health checks and pick up some information on local support and services. There’ll be coffee and cake on offer too.

Organisations attending include Healthwatch NorthumberlandNorthern Cancer AllianceNorthumbria Healthcare, Northumberland Communities Together and Northumberland Community & Voluntary Action.

There’s no need to book – just call in! If you’d like more information please email: info@ncpcg.org or call 07817 515265.

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Social Prescribing Northumberland: free event

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The Covid-19 pandemic has increased isolation for many people, amplifying concerns about the impact on mental health. The role of social prescribing in linking people to non-clinical community services as we move out of the pandemic will become more important than ever.

Find out more about social prescribing, what it is, how it works and how it can benefit our health and wellbeing at this free online event from Healthwatch Northumberland. Tania Thomas of the West Northumberland Living Well Coordination (social prescribing) Service will be presenting about the service, how it helps individuals and how you can refer to the service.

The event takes place on Friday 11 February from 1.00pm to 2.00pm. It is for people who live or work in Northumberland who are interested in improving their health and wellbeing or that of others.

There will also be a chance to ask questions.

Find out more about the West Northumberland Living Well Coordination Service

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Information Morning at Adapt (NE)

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You are invited to our Community Information Morning here at Burn Lane on Wednesday 14 August. Join us for a coffee, cake and a chat and a chance to find out what support, advice and guidance local organisations can offer you. We hold these information mornings every three months. It’s free to come along – just call in any time between 10.30am and 12.30pm. The event takes place in the resource room, which is adjacent to our lovely little cafe, Cafe @ Burn Lane.

Attending this time are: Carers Northumberland, Citizens Advice Northumberland, Tynedale U3A, Northumberland Cancer Support Group, Healthwatch Northumberland, Age UK, Northumberland Community Development Company and Alzheimers UK.

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Library Pod comes to Hexham

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A new, soundproof listening pod that offers a quiet space to sit and read will visit Hexham Library from next week.

The pod has been specifically designed for the library service and is a modern, versatile space with audio access. It  is easily accessible by all ages and can comfortably seat two adults, or an adult with children. The pod provides a great space to listen to audio books, read a story to your child or just retreat with a book. The listening pod will be at Hexham Library from Wednesday 1st May until Saturday 1 June 2019.

Community Information Morning

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Our first Community Information Morning will be held on 14 November, to coincide with our AGM. Taking place from 10.30am – 12.30pm, this event will be in the Resource Centre, next to Cafe @ Burn Lane and will be a chance to talk to local organisations about what they have to offer. As well as advice and information from Adapt about the services we provide, there will be stalls from Healthwatch Northumberland, WECAN, West Northumberland Food Bank, Carers Northumberland and Alzheimers Society. Cafe @ Burn Lane will be open throughout serving freshly made meals and snacks.

Come along for a chat, and please let friends and neighbours know about this event.

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