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Five to Thrive - Five simple steps that can have a huge impact on your mental health and wellbeing

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5 to Thrive is all about making small changes can make a big difference to the way you feel

In City and Hackney we’ve taken the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’, a set of five things that people can do to improve and support their mental health and wellbeing, and created 5 to Thrive - a series of events and resources that anyone can take use and take part in. 

Whether it’s learning mindfulness, joining a free exercise class, reconnecting with your neighbours, or finding out more about volunteering and mentoring, 5 to Thrive is here to help you get the most out of what’s available locally.

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Off Centre Outline space

Off Centre have brand new space available in Hackney to let.


Please see details  below and disseminate on newsletters and to your networks.


To let: brand new office space in Hackney

Location: Digby Road, E9 6HX

Size: 3230 square feet (300 sq. m)

Rental: £84k pa (£26 per square foot)

Short term rentals considered


Further information or see attached.




Clapton Park Methodist Church (99 Chatsworth Road E5 9JN) has recently upgraded its church hall and toilets.  At the moment the hall is not being used in the daytime on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Fridays. 

We would be glad to make the hall available to groups or individuals who are looking for premises where they can offer a service free-of-charge to improve the quality of life of disadvantaged members of the local community.  This may be for a regular session or two per week, or it may be for a one-off workshop or seminar.

The dimensions of the hall are: 15m long x 9m wide, plus a stage 5m long x 8.5m wide  There is no space to store things on the premises.  There is a ramp down to the hall, though this is a little steep.  There is an accessible toilet.         

Any enquiries to Rev Hazel Forecast on 020 8806 5001

Report on social prescribing
Report on social prescribing
A new Social Return on Investment (SROI) report has been produced to evaluate the impact of the Self-Care social prescribing model managed by NAVCA member, Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC). The report, which has been produced by Envoy Partnership, demonstrates that the model has led to reduced levels of physical pain and depression for patients. You can read a summary and download the full report here.

Book a community Hall (Southern Housing )

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