How many times have you heard people say that their gardens have protected their mental health during lockdown?
It was the late Ken Dodd who sang ‘Happiness, happiness, the greatest gift that I possess’ and now you too could achieve that state by joining others at the Global Happy Café.
If your mental health has suffered during the pandemic, you might like to participate in free online mental health sessions being organised by Dorset Mind from 14-19 September.
The local mental health charity, Dorset Mind, has received £28,000 in funding from the Talbot Village Trust.
The next Global Happy Café meeting will be on 1 September at 7pm and all you have to do to join in, is to follow the link given at the end of this article.
A grant from the Talbot Village Trust is enabling East Dorset Citizens Advice to recruit generalist volunteer advisers and train existing advisers to offer mental health advice to residents who are suffering from mental health issues arising directly from the results of the pandemic.
Why wouldn’t anyone want to bring more happiness into their life? is the question being asked by Dorset-based World Happiness Project.
The online Global Happy Café, which is part of the World Happiness Project, starts from 1 July on Zoom at 7pm.
If you’ve been enjoying your daily exercise during lockdown, it would be good to think your efforts could also raise funds to support the mental health of emergency services workers.
Its Mental Health Awarenesses Week and the hair industry has been shut down for nearly two months already with more weeks to go.