By Harriet Ernstsons Wednesday 02 October 2013 Updated: 04/10 07:30
CONNECTING with people, being active and learning something new are the focus of activities on offer at SureStart.
As part of Redditch Wellbeing Week, Willow Trees Children's Centre in Loxley Close will be running a From Glee To Gleeful session giving families with children up to the age of 19 a chance to discuss ways of improving their mood.
Free beauty gifts, a raffle and refreshments will be on offer from 1pm to 3pm on Wednesday (October 9).
On the same day from 10am to 12pm, a Creating Possibilities event is set to run at Woodlands Children's Centre in Longdon Close. Attendees will be able to find out about letting go of the past, learning to believe in themselves and creating possibilities for the future.
Displays will be on offer across all six of the Redditch Children's Centres giving advice on the five ways to wellbeing, which includes being an active part of the community and noticing and spending time on relationships.
Elaine Grant, community engagement team leader, said: "We will also be involved with the town-wide activities which are happening that week and are looking forward to promoting the different ways which Redditch SureStart Children's Centres are able to support families with activities and groups to encourage positive feelings and a sense of wellbeing."
For a crèche place at Willow Trees, call Liam on 01527 61360 or for the Woodlands crèche, call Jenny on 01527 517935.
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