Enjoying Derbyshire


‘Enjoying Derbyshire’ – Derbyshire Mind’s Community Wellbeing Programme

Derbyshire Mind’s ‘Enjoying Derbyshire’ project offers a varied menu of community based activities, groups, and courses in Derby and Derbyshire, all designed to boost mood and improve our mental wellbeing.

With many different ways to boost our mood and improve our mental and physical wellbeing it can be hard to know where to start or what to try. That’s why we aim to have a mix of different activities across the county and city, so that everyone will find something that suits their needs. What’s more, all of our Enjoying Derbyshire activities are free to attend.

In the past the Enjoying Derbyshire programme has included courses and activities such as, for example:

  • Friendly walking groups
  • Mindful Crafts (in collaboration with Quad)
  • Jogging groups (in collaboraton with Jog Derbyshire)
  • Quilting for PTSD; Tai Chi; QiGong (in collaboration with DALS)
  • Papercrafting (in collaboration with Helen Chapman Papercraft)
  • Pottery; Herbs for Health; Simple Cooking (in collaboration with Brightside)

Book your place on any of our Enjoying Derbyshire courses and activities here: Eventbrite Bookings Page

Sign up to our Enjoying Derbyshire E-mail Mailing List to receive the latest info about our Enjoying Derbyshire activities and course launches before they sell out! Fill out your contact details here: http://eepurl.com/dvcMsH 

You can also follow us on Eventbrite where all of our courses are listed: Eventbrite Bookings Page

The Three Wellbeing Strands within Enjoying Derbyshire:

Active Wellbeing
Getting active can improve your physical health, mental wellbeing and often makes you feel good.
Active Wellbeing aims to improve general health, raise mood, reduce feelings of stress and reduce the risk of isolation through social interaction opportunities. There are lots of different ways to get active, whatever your fitness level.

Improving Wellbeing
Positive wellbeing looks different for everyone, as there are so many different skills and attributes that contribute to wellness. By enabling smaller changes, longer term and more personal positive transformations can begin to take shape.
Improving Wellbeing aims to equip you with your own personal wellbeing ‘toolkit’. A toolkit that contains the skills and tools that work for you.

Creative Wellbeing
Learning a new skill, getting focused on a project, or being creatively free can help clear your mind and often be a rewarding process.
Creative Wellbeing aims to improve mood and promote different ways to express yourself creatively. Exploring creative outlets and experiences can also be therapeutic and relaxing for many people.

 

Did You Know: All of our Enjoying Derbyshire activities are 100% funded through donations from organisations, individuals and fundraising events.
– We would like to say a huge big THANK YOU to everyone who has so generously donated to
Derbyshire Mind and is supporting our community wellbeing programme.

 

Who are the Enjoying Derbyshire activities for?

All our activities and events are for adults over the age of 18 who are responsible for themselves, unless stated otherwise.
You are welcome to bring a friend or someone to support you and they are welcome to join in too.

Find out more:

To receive the latest updates, become a member for free. Simply sign up online: www.derbyshiremind.org.uk/getting-involved/membership  

You are also invited to follow us on social media:
Facebook: Derbyshire Mind
Instagram: @derbyshiremind
Twitter: @DerbyshireMind

Interested in Getting Involved?

As part of our new Enjoying Derbyshire strategy for 2021, we are going to be launching new roles for volunteers who are passionate about improving mental wellbeing in their community. If you are interested in being the first to find out more when these roles are launched please complete this form: Volunteering Expressions of Interest Form

Thank you for considering donating your time!

Making a Complaint:

Wish to make a complaint about any of our Enjoying Derbyshire courses and activities? Please visit the Making a Complaint webpage for more information.