On this page you will find some upcoming events which NOW is attending or involved in (Network of Wellbeing Events), and also a selection of wellbeing-related events run by other organisations (General Wellbeing Events).
To read about previous events the Network of Wellbeing has been involved in check out the events section of our blog. If you'd like to suggest a General Wellbeing Event for us to list please get in touch.
Do you want to renew your creativity, and your connection with the bigger picture? It can be a great way to recover our resilience, and develop our sense of how we’d like our life to be, when everyday pressures have left us feeling depleted and uninspired. Supported by the magic and vitality of a beautiful wood in mid-summer, this weekend will offer various ways to explore these themes.
This event is being run at Hazel Hill Wood by Alan Heeks and Cordelia Jilani Prescott.
The Network of Wellbeing (NOW) has been running a free ‘Building Wellbeing Together’ webinar series for the past six months, sharing the work of some inspiring people and organisations who are working to improve the wellbeing of people and planet.
In this webinar we’d like to do something a little different. NOW’s Director Roger Higman will share why we see wellbeing as such an important and radical frame for change, and how we are building an active network to connect and support others who share this understanding.
We’d also like to give a bit more time during the webinar to hear from you!
This immersive residential weekend, set in a beautiful venue in Devon, will be uniquely experiential and inspiring! This is an opportunity to connect, through nature, with ourselves, each other and the wild plants that sustain us.
Kindness is not just about being nice. It matters, both for the wellbeing of individuals and communities and their empowerment. It also is a key factor in combatting the growing public health issue of loneliness and social isolation.
In this free webinar with Zoe Ferguson of the Carnegie UK Trust, we will explore the topic of kindness.
An action learning programme for leaders in small public service providers at Hazel Hill Wood, facilitated by Sherry Clark and Alan Heeks. Re-Visioning Frontline Services is a unique programme designed for leaders and managers in small organisations who want to initiate positive change. You may work as a service provider in the voluntary, public or private sector, or in a community group or social enterprise, but whatever your role, you are working to meet rapidly changing needs with over-stretched resources.