Wow! A day dedicated to hugs! How much better can it get? So find a friend or family member and give them a great big one!
There are thousands of spoken languages in the world and along with that, lots of different traditions and ways of life. But what connects us all? You got it, laughter! Global Belly Laugh Day will celebrate one of our most natural and universal reflexes on 24 January, so be sure to tune into to your inner comedian and reap the health benefits - not to mention the feel good factor - of laughing! Even better, celebrate the day with friends!
26 January - 2 February
Storytelling is a valuable tool for engaging people through their emotions, values and imaginations. Hold a storytelling session in your local community space so everyone can enjoy the benefits.
15 January - 6-8pm
Recruiting volunteers, attracting customers, finding new core members - bringing people in to your community project can be an ongoing struggle! Come and share challenges and ideas, hear tips and stories which have worked for others, and learn from whatever brought you to your project in the first place. This relaxed, open workshop will take place online, please email Peter at email@example.com for joining instructions.
This event is open to our network members in driving distance of Derry, or anyone else who would like meet more community people, or to get peer support with any community ideas being planned or in progress. The get-together will be a time to reflect and share achievements of 2018. Refreshments will be provided but you are very welcome to bring some snacks to share.
We’re once again teaming up with Grow Wild to focus on how your community and wellbeing can go hand-in-hand. Block out 18 January into your diary and join us for a look at the ‘5 Ways to wellbeing’, and some great project examples that will inspire you.
Save the date for our first network event in South East Wales. We’ll be bringing together like-minded community organisers from across the Gwent area for a relaxed evening get together in Monmouth on Tuesday 29 January.
30 January 2019, 10:30am – 12:30pm
Join Eden Project Communities for a discussion about how eating together can create connections – in the workplace, in streets, in parks, in community centres, in places of worship, in schools, in prisons… and the different mechanisms that we can use to make it happen.