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Rookery Runners & Walkers Group

Rookery Runners and Walkers Group was set up at Rookery Park, Erdington, in April 2019. It aimed to provide a supportive environment in which people...

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Primary Care & Social Prescribing

If there is one thing this year has taught us, it would be the importance of social connection. As our society plunged into successive lockdowns...

Reflections on the Listen and Connect Service

Our team work extremely hard offering a safe space for people to feel heard and to talk about what is important to them; alongside practical...

Christmas Treatbags and Toys Delivered to Individuals and Families in Birmingham

Community organisations and volunteers came together to help spread the festive cheer to thousands of individuals and families across Birmingham. 165 Treatbags and 2000 toys...

Love Exploring App Launches In The Black Country

We are delighted to be working with local partners to bring the Love Exploring app to Black Country parks and open spaces.   FREE to download, Love Exploring...

Reflecting on #BrumTogether

#BrumTogether is a network of over 80 organisations and countless individuals that have come together in response to Coronavirus and the lockdown. This network of...

Listen & Connect: A Listening Service With A Difference

In March 2020  we launched a Befriending phone service in response to the COVID 19 lockdown. The aim of the service was to support people...

Stepping Back in Time for Black History Month

During Black History Month, Virtual Wellbeing have teamed up with Black Heritage Walks Network to showcase a series of black heritage walks within Birmingham. The...

Gallery37 North public art commissions

The Active Wellbeing Society are working in partnership with Punch records, and Saatchi House as part of the Gallery37 North launch to commission artworks across...

Guest blog: Five ways litter picking can improve your wellbeing

It’s so easy to walk around our local communities and become frustrated by the amount of rubbish scattered around. It’s everywhere and we all wish...