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Be a part of Wellbeing Week

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Join with your colleagues as they prepare for autumn term by walking, running, JUMPing, singing, laughing and digging their way through Wellbeing Week on the Whiteknights campus.

You’ll find out all there is to know by coming along to a wellbeing themed ‘Get Together’ on Monday 16 September in the Meadow Suite. Meet the people involved, learn something new and sample healthy drinks and snacks, 12:00 till 14:00.

The British Heart Foundation are coming in on Tuesday 17 and Thursday 19 September offering free sessions on “Heart Age Awareness” (booking details below). Hop on the interactive Health Kiosk in the JJ Thompson foyer (for free) and come along to Wellbeing talks on Wednesday 18th.

Get involved and get rewarded for boosting your own wellbeing and sustainability efforts with JUMP. Earn double points during Wellbeing Week for the chance to win vouchers for you, and for teams the chance to donate £200 to charity.

With so much going on, we’ve decided to publish the details of the events and activities on its own webpage. If you know of something we should include, get in touch and we’ll add it to the week’s schedule. Here’s a sample of the FREE activities colleagues are putting on:

  • Greg Goddard (SportsPark Manager) has arranged for colleagues to experience a Pilates class,
  • Katie Whaley (Campus Voices) invites colleagues to experience a small group singing session.
  • Alice Dibley (Technical Services) invites you to harvest the crops from their wellbeing garden.
  • Stuart Moses (MCE) will be running a fun and entertaining small group ‘improv’ session.
  • Miranda Laurence (Arts Officer) will be sharing exciting news about public art at the University.

For more information, keep an eye on the Wellbeing Week webpage.

Book onto the British Heart Foundation sessions here (places will be on a first come, first serve basis).

Put time aside for Wellbeing Week, 16 – 20 September; you’ll find plenty of ways to experience the 5 steps of mental wellbeing: Be active; Keep learning; Connect; Be mindful; Give to others.

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