Exciting Peer Support Activities
At Community Living Well, we have an exciting range of in-person and online social peer support activities. Great for meeting new people and doing some interesting and engaging things together at the same time.
During the spring/summer we have had trips to Kensington Palace, including a look at their ‘Life Through the Royal Lens’ photography exhibition, plus a couple of visits to the Queen’s Gallery for their ‘Japan: Courts & Culture’ exhibition, which included a look around at some stunning, priceless artefacts from Japan, as well as a chance to partake in a water colouring session to make our own very piece of art! We’ve also been to the Royal College of Music for a couple of brilliant live classical music performances. Coming up we will have visits to Kew Gardens as well as some other famous London landmarks.
We have a regular walking group that meets up most weeks for some fresh air, a chat, and a gentle stroll around one of the local parks. We also have a very relaxing social meetup at a great venue in Notting Hill, where we have a chance to come and chat with others whilst having some free tea, coffee and biscuits.
And for those that enjoy online sessions we have our regular weekly quiz group (it’s good fun and don’t worry about it being competitive!), a weekly arts and culture group that discusses paintings and photography together, as well as occasional other activities such as an opera singing workshop with Opera Holland Park.
For more information…
If you are interested in these peer support activities and you’d like to know more, or to refer yourself to the service, see Peer Support.
Author: Stewart Gillespie
Posted on: 11th October 2022