Well Pool

Well Pool is a collaborative online mental health and well-being resource, that focuses on what keeps people well in Liverpool. It provides a space where people can contribute information and stories about places, activities and people that promote positive mental and physical well-being.

Young Actors

Great opportunity for young people to get involved with a really exciting team: Here are some examples of D Street Media’s previous work:

New free events in Liverpool

Sunday 9 July – Bold Street – Farmers Market, Art and Craft Stalls, Pop up Kitchen and Street Entertainment. Tuesday 11 July – See the Queen Elizabeth arrive in Liverpool with a mini mid river fireworks display. Saturday 15 July – The Brazilica Festival from 8 to late Williamson Square…

Passive Stress – Part 2

This is the follow on from 2 weeks ago looking at support that is available for friends and family of people with mental and/or chronic illness. We were surprised at how much support is actually available. There are many web sites with links to national and local support, so the…

Passive Stress

During our fortnightly discussion and blogging group last Thursday, we got talking about the effects of being close to someone with mental or chronic illness – whether it’s a family member, a workmate, friend, partner or anyone you have some close interaction with. The danger of being in this situation…

Tree House Liverpool

A group of residents living near Newsham Park in Fairfield, Liverpool have formed themselves into a group initially started around their love of the local park. They put on an event on Saturday (29th May 2017), which was well-attended and, for me, very inspiring (I’m sure I’m not alone in…

Kenny Krufts – a local community dog show

Last week, we posted an item that included information about the Easter Monday event – Kenny Krufts. This is a quick follow up. The event went really well – credit to fellow bloggers Richard Adamson and Sue McCall as well as Steve Faragher of Kensington Vision CIC for a fabulous…

Mad Pride April 2017

What a day, it was fab to have a day where fun, respect, inclusion and no stigma were the highlights of the day.  The day consisted of poetry, drama, music and variety acts galore.  Everyone young and old sharing the moment and proving this great city is capable of once…

Easter – Impressions and an Event

During our fortnightly discussion and blogging group at the Croissant of Inequality, we talked about Easter, what we would be doing and an event that is happening on Easter Monday, put on by Kensington Vision and Pets and Pals. We did this as audio recordings. Here they are reduced to…

Kindred Minds – Freelance Opportunity

ADVERTISEMENT FOR  A FREELANCE OPPORTUNITY  KINDRED MINDS IS SEEKING A SESSIONAL ACTIVITY CO-ORDINATOR Position:      Sessional Activity Co-ordinator Fee:                £10 per hr. x 8 hrs. average per wk. over the period Mid May 2017 to beginning of March 2018 – summary 315 hrs for £3150 contract sum Hours:  …

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