Wellbeing

A survival guide for parents

A survival guide for parents

Our families are an integral part of the recovery journey. Parenting has never been more challenging. The pandemic has forced our children to adapt rapidly to the circumstances: home-schooling, losing contact with friends, peers and extended family, long days indoors,...

Activities at Haldon Forest

Activities at Haldon Forest

Fancy a challenge this spring? Are you itching to get more time outdoors after so many months of restrictions and national lockdowns? Partnering with Active Devon’s Connecting Actively with Nature (C.A.N), Haldon Forest Park is offering free activity classes for...

Digital Wellbeing

Discover how technology can be used to promote our own wellbeing. Out digital wellbeing session will give you the chance to find out how we can use digital to monitor and enhance our wellbeing! We'll talk about different types of apps and services that can be used...

Coronavirus Anxiety

Coronavirus Anxiety

With the vaccine rollout many of us may be breathing a sigh of relief. For others, however, the pandemic still brings a great deal of stress and worry for one's health or the health of a loved one. The Wellness Society produced an excellent Coronavirus Anxiety...

Friendly February

Friendly February

Do you know Action for Happiness? They are a movement of people committed to building a happier and more caring society. They promote activities that will bring forth a fundamentally different way of life - where people care less about what they can get just for...

Self Care in Lockdown

Self Care in Lockdown

The coldest months of winter are a challenging time for many of us. This year, winter coincides with the third lockdown. Devon Together Alliance (DTA) partners are still working and will carry on supporting you throughout the lockdown. We will post regular updates on...