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Ideas to keep spirits up this winter some NHS Zoom events Suffolk

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Callistemon Sat 26-Sep-20 10:22:16

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That's for Teetime btw, not for you and your very helpful suggestion seacliff.
I will investigate. I know that our local U3A has put on some talks a few times.

Teetime Sat 26-Sep-20 10:14:48

Sounds good - nothing that I know of here in Leicestershire.
I must say my Diabetes Prevention Programme Zoom sessions on Thursday mornings must have got mixed up with the Cure for Insomnia sessions. wink

seacliff Sat 26-Sep-20 10:13:53

Thanks Jane. There seem to be some really good activities on here. www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/virtual-village-hall/

Jane10 Sat 26-Sep-20 09:38:30

The RVS virtual village hall has loads of activities and talks on the go. I don't have a link you people could Google it?

seacliff Sat 26-Sep-20 09:15:40

Like many people, I am feeling a bit down at the prospect of the winter ahead. I am trying to make coffee dates with friends etc, as none of my family are near. I'm a person who really likes/needs interaction with people to keep my spirits up. I can't walk far due to a hip problem and am not crafty, although I am, in desperation, considering having a go at simple cross stitch!.

I have just seen that our NHS Suffolk Wellbeing web site has set up a whole lot of Zoom online events this autumn. There are quite varied subjects, including history, books, art, relaxation, and just a chat. I'm not sure what they'll be like, but may be worth a look. I know they do a similar thing in Norfolk. Possibly they would be in other areas too.

www.wellbeingnands.co.uk/suffolk/social-events/

Any other ideas?