You can download and print our official Christmas card! This year, it features a lovely snow globe scene. On the back of the card are a list of contacts who can help with feelings of loneliness and crisis over the festive period.
Encouraging conversation, breaking stigma, and promoting the importance of conversation are high on the agenda, as well as informing people where to access help and support.
Anyone who fancies a chat or wants to meet new people can display a sign on their table saying they’re happy for a natter, encouraging conversation at dedicated times.
Encouraged to enjoy or pass on, it is hoped people will be inspired to refill the box and continue the wave of kindness across the borough.
We’re using our tenth anniversary celebrations to start a wave of kindness, say thanks to everyone, acknowledge the difficult last year and point towards a more hopeful twelve months.
Launching at the start of Pride Month, the scheme is a way to show service users that we’re an open, non-judgmental and inclusive healthcare provider.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re encouraged to ‘Connect with Nature’, so this week we’re asking you to get outside and take a moment to switch off and focus on the nature around you with our Nature Trail.
To boost and encourage green-fingered activity, Grimsby Garden Centre is sending free seed packs to all primary schools across North East Lincolnshire.
Brightening the day and raising the smiles of people right across North East Lincolnshire, staff members gifted cheery bunches of daffodils as random acts of kindness.
A new video called 'Our Year' pays tribute to staff, partner organisations and service users for their support during the coronavirus pandemic.