Wellbeing Services

Wellbeing Services COVID-19 Update

We are starting to look at ways we can get back to a ‘new normal’, resuming some of the activities and services that we were running before lockdown. We have been asking our service users and volunteers how they feel about this and listening to their views.

We are taking things very slowly, preparing the way for these things to happen in safe spaces with small numbers. We are ensuring our venues are compliant with guidelines and will be training staff so they can work with people carefully and confidently.

We will carry on doing the things that have worked well, the Zoom sessions and the phone calls for instance, but we will try to start providing some face-to-face contact for those who are feeling particularly isolated or have less support and would like to do this.

As of Monday 21st September we will be resuming small groups at our usual venues (which are ‘COVID secure’) across a carefully planned timetable. We are so excited to welcome our service users back in safe bubbles of 6, with social distancing measures in place, but will continue with our daily Zoom sessions, regular phone calls and newsletters for those who want them.


Our wellbeing groups provide activities based around the Five Ways to Wellbeing: connect, be active, take notice, keep learning and give. The groups aim to support the wellbeing and mood of our service users through activities such as arts and crafts, cooking, interactive games and gentle exercise.

The groups support people in their recovery journey and enable them to become more confident and independent. This can play a crucial role in an individual’s recovery, leading to engagement with activities in the community, volunteering and even paid work.

We offer art and music sessions plus groups exclusively for women or men, which encompass many different activities designed to improve mental wellbeing. Groups often go on outings and day trips to enjoy activities such as walking, swimming and bowling. Our annual seaside trip is always popular, with very positive feedback from service users.

For more information about our wellbeing groups in Aylesbury, click here

For more information about our wellbeing groups in Chiltern and south Bucks, click here

For more information about our wellbeing groups in High Wycombe, click here

To view the full Timetable, please click here.

To find out more about our Fees, please click here.