Health and Well Being Events

We've got a jam-packed series of talks, activities and workshops designed to help you improve your personal well-being

Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks

Nottingham City Libraries supports the 25th year of Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks with events aimed at taking care of body and mind:

Nottingham Central Library

Wednesday 11 October 2017 6pm to 7:30pm

Let’s talk about change with Lina Mookerjee

Change is a natural part of life but can sometimes feel overwhelming and have a negative impact on our wellbeing. Whether it is physical or circumstantial change, learn techniques to cope better with change and stay well.

This workshop is followed by a further three workshops on 1st, 8th and 15th November 2017.

Friday 13 October 2017 10am to 1pm

Journal making with Sarah Manton

Creativity is a great way of improving our sense of wellbeing and keeping a journal can be a useful therapeutic tool. Join artist Sarah Manton to make a wonderful button and string journal for yourself or as a gift for someone else.

To book your place on these free workshops telephone 0115 915 2825 or email enquiryline@nottinghamcity.gov.uk you can also see full details on the What’s On libraries page.

Available Courses

Did you know Nottingham Central Library, Aspley Library and Bulwell Riverside Library run courses delivered by the Nottingham Primary Health, Wellbeing & Recovery College? New courses begin in January at these libraries and other city locations with themes such as anxiety management, building self-confidence and getting a good night’s sleep all covered. Find out more about the courses available and how to enrol.

Regular Library Events

Find out about activities and workshops designed to help you improve your personal wellbeing

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