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It's National Breathing Space Day!

We're encouraging everyone in Scotland to make some time for their mental health. Supporting mental wellbeing through activities such as exercise and relaxation is particularly important during these times of heightened stress and anxiety. Here's a clip showing some of the work taking place in the Borders through the Breathing Space Bench Project to create welcoming spaces within communities.

We're encouraging everyone in Scotland to make some time for their mental health.
Supporting mental wellbeing through activities such as exercise and relaxation is particularly important during these times of heightened stress and anxiety.
Here's a clip showing some of the work taking place in the Borders through the Breathing Space Bench Project to create welcoming spaces within communities.

Let's get through winter together

Volunteer Glasgow have been working alongside the Campaign to End Loneliness and Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, to promote a Winter Mental Health Campaign aimed primarily at those who may be feeling lonely or isolated this winter. See the digital version of 'Let's get through winter together' or order hardcopies for individuals and groups, by making an enquiry here.            

Volunteer Glasgow have been working alongside the Campaign to End Loneliness and Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, to promote a Winter Mental Health Campaign aimed primarily at those who may be feeling lonely or isolated this winter.
See the digital version of 'Let's get through winter together' or order hardcopies for individuals and groups, by making an enquiry here.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Making time for mental health

National Breathing Space Day takes place on 1st February each year, encouraging Scots to 'take some breathing space' for better mental wellbeing This last year has been an especially challenging time, meaning it's more important than ever to prioritise mental wellbeing. Making time for activities which help improve mental health such as enjoying nature, listening to music, or staying in touch with friends and family can help. Breathing Space Day also highlights the support available from our ski...

National Breathing Space Day takes place on 1st February each year, encouraging Scots to 'take some breathing space' for better mental wellbeing
This last year has been an especially challenging time, meaning it's more important than ever to prioritise mental wellbeing.
Making time for activities which help improve mental health such as enjoying nature, listening to music, or staying in touch with friends and family can help.
Breathing Space Day also highlights the support available from our ski...