Spread the word and take 30 minutes out of your day to re-set, connect with nature and creativity and look after your wellbeing.
10 - 10.30am: Nature Yoga and Stretch. Suitable for adults. Hosted on Zoom, book via link below.
11 - 11.30am: Five Ways to Wellbeing in Nature live. Suitable for adults. Hosted on Facebook live, join in on this page and set a reminder for yourself.
12 - 12.30pm: Birdsong ID live, learn to identify the most common garden birds in partnership with Epic Ochils and get ready for Big Garden Birdwatch. Suitable for all. Hosted on Instagram Live, follow @tcvscotland on Instagram.
2 - 2.30pm: Nature Sketch-along live. Aimed at adults, children welcome. Hosted on Zoom, book via link below.
3 - 3.30pm: Kids Storytelling live. An interactive reading of 'The Promise' a story of nature and hope. Suitable for 4+. Hosted on Facebook live, join in on this page and set a reminder for yourself.
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This 1 day course is for anyone with an interest in mental health and a desire to help others by having the knowledge to recognise suspected mental health conditions.
This course is for those interested in understanding and recognising a range of different mental health condition, including signs and symptoms.
This talk by Dr Elizabeth Darling offers a different account of urban reform in Edwardian Edinburgh.
Vichaar Manthan is delighted to invite author Amish Tripathi back to our platform on Saturday 23rd January!
In this playful and sensitive exploration of everyday objects as symbolic communication, metaphors such as a cup half full or treading on eggshells are brought from the page to the stage.
This talk will examine the history of Scottish expatriates in nineteenth-century Japan and their contribution to the photography networks and communities in their adopted country.