Community Wellbeing Notice Board

Welcome to the Community Wellbeing notice board! Here you will find the latest on what we've been getting up to at The Isbourne.

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What's on: Community Wellbeing 2024

We had a lovely time at this years Feel Good Thursdays Christmas Special! With live music, home made mince pies and more!

What's on: Community Wellbeing 2022

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!!

We are feeling very festive here at The Isbourne today after our FEEL GOOD THURSDAYS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!! We had Sally the therapy dog join us, home made mince pies, Laughter yoga and more!


In October our lovely tutors were invited to a community wellbeing tutor meet up as a thank you for all their hard work. We reflected on the courses we've been running over the past two years, sharing experiences, reconnecting with one another and looking to the future.

We have lots of exciting things to come - so watch this space!



As part of our Community Wellbeing series we recently completed a 4-week course with Beth Forrester an artist, intuitive counsellor and dream therapist. Beth invited the group to engage in intuitive listening before selecting images to create these intuitive collages.

Beth is lovely, kind and attentive. The course gave me permission to take time out for me and be creative. Being on a low budget it was great to attend a course for free. It was a 'safe space'.


Each month we hold an informal community wellbeing support group FEEL GOOD THURSDAYS at The Isbourne. This month we welcomed community wellbeing facilitator Sue Rabbich to share with us the benefits of reflexology.

QEL Certification!

Since 2022, TIF’s QEL certification has been applied to Community Wellbeing courses, providing assurance of quality education to referral organisations and enhancing the achievement for clients by awarding certificates on completion of each course.

National Lottery Community Fund 2020 - 21

We were delighted to be given a grant by the National Lottery Community Fund that allowed us to produce a series of courses during the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020/21. The courses were delivered on Zoom and participants were able to join in as much or as little as they wanted.