The Wheel of Wellbeing developed by South London and Maudsley health trust is our community based approach to wellbeing. With our team of volunteer community champions we will be attending local community events to get families involved with the Wheel of Wellbeing game and make simple pledges to improve their own wellbeing.
The Wheel focuses on six spokes Body. Mind. Spirit. People. Place. Planet and together we can explore the small easy changes that will improve your families lives.
Our group of strong powerful women aims to support you to take your first steps on your running
adventure, at your own time and at your own pace. Come along and make friends and build real life goals that will help you to achieve your personal goals.
Run for the bus, play football with the kids or slip on your shoes and go for a 5K before a long Sunday lunch. We are here to make it happen.
Beginners from walking to running 1 or 2K
Tuesday, 10am, Big Red Bus Club, Charlton Park Cemetery Lane Entrance, SE7 8UB
Intermediate from comfortably running 1 or 2K, £2 a session
Thursday, 8pm, Big Red Bus Club, Charlton Park Cemetery Lane Entrance, SE7 8UB
Just turn up, during the term time, no need to book. Please wear trainers, a comfortable bra and bring a water bottle.
After all the snow last week, it was really nice to see the group back together again. We all admitted we had missed our Thursday morning session, when we were comparing notes about our week just gone.Read more
Family wellbeing is at the heart of our organisation. The activities and projects our families create our centered around challenging isolation and promoting a holistic approach to wellbeing. Basically it means we believe you cant really improve your body without really improving your mind or environment.
Every Tuesday afternoon we have a range of wellbeing and mindfulness activities for under fives and thier families.
"The warm welcoming atmosphere, the lovely staff who run the club and the rich activities available for the children." - Family survey 2018, Why are we unique?