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Tomorrow is National Stress Awareness Day, providing people with an opportunity to think about wellbeing and find advice and support on managing stress.
To maintain our wellbeing we need to be able to recognise what’s making us stressed to help us learn how to deal with it.
Brighton housing Trust are running a Managing Stress and Anxiety Support Group for Women – Tuesday 4 th,11th & 18th December 2018 from 10:00am – 12:00 am
at BHT Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, Second Floor 27-29 North Street Brighton BN1 1EB It offers a safe and supportive space in which to take time out and discover:
- Relaxation skills
- Mindfulness techniques
- Ways to boost self-esteem
- Creative activities
Please note: you need to be able to commit to all three sessions. If you are interested in taking part in this group please contact bht on 01273 929471 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s Bonfire Night which means trains running through Moulsecoomb won’t be stopping at Falmer or Lewes later this afternoon.
National Rail enquiries say:
“Due to public safety concerns, no trains will call at Lewes, Glynde, Southease or Falmer after 17:00, and Cooksbridge after 17:20, for the rest of the day. Customers wishing to travel from London to destinations on the Seaford Branch should catch a train to Brighton, to connect with a train for stations to Seaford, as there will be no interchange at Lewes”
If you’re celebrating with fireworks and a bonfire, have fun, stay safe and be considerate – remember neighbours, wildlife and pets may not be as keen on loud bangs and fires as you.