Our thoughts on the value of community

Our thoughts on the value of community

“One of the marvellous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals.” – Jean Vanier Our ideas of community have been tested throughout 2020, with some people being more isolated than ever before. On...
5 tips to challenge imposter syndrome

5 tips to challenge imposter syndrome

“It’s not who you are that holds you back, it’s who you think you are not.” – Denis Waitley   Do you often find that you doubt yourself? That, at any moment, people will find out that you aren’t really capable of delivering at work,...
Creative boosts for your lunchbreak

Creative boosts for your lunchbreak

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” ― Maya Angelou Creativity is a great way to boost your wellbeing. Unlike other work goals, it’s not about finishing a task or getting through a to-do list. It’s about enjoying the...
Free creative workshops for charity workers

Free creative workshops for charity workers

“Improving the wellbeing of charity workers through creativity” The workshops will take place online Charity workers across Yorkshire/England will be given the opportunity to take part in creative workshops online throughout July and August. The workshops (funded by...
A letter for you

A letter for you

“Look on the bright side, there will be one” Pearl, Pen Pal Fall into Place have been running the Pens to Pals scheme for the past six months. This project is about connecting older people with children as penpals, as part of the Time to Shine programme. This project...
Seacroft Stories Review

Seacroft Stories Review

Jaimes Lewis Moran, local Seacroft resident and writer, shares his review of our Seacroft Stories performance.     ”Performed and written by a collective of young people and Fall into place theatre, this performance of Seacroft Stories talks about...