WTF presents to the Erewash Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Mental Wellbeing Network
The Erewash Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Mental Wellbeing Network The Network exists to bring together individuals who support children and young people in the Erewash area to share skills, information, experiences, good practice and resources thereby improving the service available to young people locally. WTF have been part of this network for several years […]
Gillian Morley donates £100 to Will Garvey Trust Foundation Wellbeing Libraries project – thank you !
A generous donation from a local resident to support WTF’s Wellbeing Libraries – thank you! At a recent visit to Lees Brook School, I bumped into an old colleague of mine from The Bramcote School, Colin Morley. He was meeting the School Council, as I was, to share ideas about working to improve the local […]
Multi-media project goes on display at the Quad in February 2022 Abbie, at Derby Quad, hosted WTF’s Multi-Media project in February. Seeing the art work the young people had created displayed in the public gallery was just wonderful. I felt so proud of all of them and proud of how WTF is engaging with young […]
Lees Brook Community School non-uniform day raises £637 for WTF I recently met the School Council at Lees Brook and introduced WTF and explained what the Wellbeing Library offered. The students were really interested in the library project and had lots of questions and some helpful suggestions too! Some of them have a particular interest […]
Will Garvey Trust Foundation talks with students at Bilborough College WTF recently made two visits to Bilborough College (12th October and 18th November) – once to raise awareness of WTF and once as part of their Volunteer Week. On both occasions I was very warmly welcomed by Daniel Cowlishore, who had arranged both events, and […]