Mind Health Movement
Word Of Mouth meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month, excluding August and December, at the Slug and Lettuce in Brentwood at 10.30am. Its aim is to provide a platform for any business, retail outlet, organisation, charity or group to share their news, events and/or services. It is free to attend and if you want to just come to listen, rather than share, then that isn’t a problem. For the first 15 minutes there is informal networking. The meeting opens at 10.45am and those that want to are encouraged to speak for up to 60 seconds about their organisation or event. Once everyone that wants to pitch has done so, more informal networking continues. Anyone can attend and we’re a really friendly bunch. Come and be encourage and inspired by the energy of the meetings. Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Word-of-Mouth-Brentwood/215188658649627
Neal’s Yard Parties/Events:
Looking for an alternative way to party that’s fun, interesting and even good for your health? Then why not host a Neal’s Yard Remedies party and invite your friends and family. Neal’s Yard Remedies manufacture safe, ethical and organic health and beauty products in the UK. They use ingredients in their products that are non-GM and have not been exposed to toxic synthetic pesticides. You provide the venue and I’ll provide the entertainment which will give you and your guests the chance to sample gorgeous products and nourish yourselves! You might also learn some new health and beauty tips and try out some new things! Parties are free and you’ll receive a free travel-sized gift when you book. When you have the party, you’ll receive a free exclusive full sized product worth £19.50 if you place an order! There’s potential to make more savings by hosting a party but there is absolutely no pressure for you or your friends to buy anything at all. It’s about enjoying yourselves, having fun and learning some new things! Contact me to find out more. or look at my Neal’s Yard Website Have a Party page!
Art is one way we can shut off from reality and connect with our inner child which is often neglected in adulthood. Whilst being creative we can benefit from the colours, textures and images we use in our work. Art is a form of therapy but it’s also a healthy activity we can come together as adults to do. At the beginning of 2016 Community Tree members launched the Colouring Café at the Brentwood Theatre. It has now moved to Christ Church, Warley and is running on a Thursday between 11am and 1pm. Anyone is welcome and the sessions are completely free. You can turn up on your own, with friends or with a carer. You will be supported and encouraged to get creative using the pens, pencils and books provided or you can bring your own materials. There is no need to book but if you would like more information please email me firstname.lastname@example.org