Wellbeing Groups (High Wycombe)

Wellbeing Services COVID-19 Update

In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic we at Buckinghamshire Mind are closely following the Government’s guidelines on health and safety measures regarding social distancing.

We are continuing to offer our small groups at our usual venues (which are ‘COVID secure’) across a carefully planned timetable. We want people to be aware that there are risks when they go out and to consider their own safety when using public transport to get to us. Once here we have lots of safety measures in place, including a requirement to wear masks at all times, and we have activities, chat and friendly faces to meet you. We are also continuing with our regular Zoom sessions, phone calls and newsletters for those who want them.

Womens Wellbeing group – Mondays 10.30-1.30 

260, Desborough Rd, High Wycombe

A programme of activities incorporating the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, with sessions including craft, creative writing, healthy eating, relaxation and much more. There is also the social element and the benefit of women supporting each other.


Milestones –Wednesdays 10.30-1.30

260,Desborough Road, High Wycombe

A group for men and women who might be isolated and lacking social opportunities. We have a packed agenda of activities, which is decided by members, and might involve eating out, bowling or board games.

There is always a tempting lunch and refreshments throughout the session at a small cost.


Apollo Art Group Fridays 10am-12.30pm or 1pm-3pm

 260 Desborough Road, High Wycombe

Art and craft sessions for all abilities run by our facilitator using a wide range of resources and materials. The group has produced collages using various techniques and enjoyed painting, marbling, crocheting, and peg doll making. They have also used the work of famous artists to inspire them. Creativity is a means for distraction, relaxation and wellbeing and there is no pressure. Just the support of others combined with sensitivity and humour to ensure an enjoyable session every time.

How to access these services

People are generally referred by the Adult Mental Health Team using our referral form. We need a certain amount of information and to meet the person so we can assess suitability for a particular group to ensure they will benefit from it and we can meet their needs. People use their direct payments if they are eligible to pay the membership fee. Please call us for more information or to arrange a visit.

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