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Life & Progress Tenant Support and Wellbeing Service: Keep moving in May

We have partnered with mental health and wellbeing provider Life & Progress to offer a tenant support and wellbeing service.

You can find more information on how to access this service here:  Free wellbeing and support service | Progress Housing Group (

To support Mental Health Awareness Week, Life & Progress encourages us to get moving this May.


As we begin to see the vibrant colours of Spring, there's no better time to embrace the spirit of the season and get outdoors. With the weather turning more inviting, the outdoors is a perfect place to get more active.

Whether it's a brisk walk in the park, a refreshing jog, or exploring some new or old outdoor sports, spring provides the perfect backdrop for breathing new life into our fitness and physical wellbeing.

It's not just your physical health which will benefit either, but getting out and being active will do wonders for your mental health too.

Engaging in physical activity during the spring season brings about a host of benefits for our bodies. The milder temperatures and extended daylight hours encourage outdoor exercises like jogging, cycling, or even a simple stroll, contributing to improved cardiovascular health.

The mental benefits of outdoor activity extend beyond the physical, contributing to a positive and rejuvenated mindset. Exposure to natural light and the blooming scenery triggers the release of serotonin, the "feel-good" neurotransmitter, reducing symptoms of stress and anxiety.

Engaging in outdoor activities provides an opportunity to disconnect from screens and reconnect with nature, fostering a sense of mindfulness and relaxation. The change in routine not only stimulates the brain, but also offers the chance of new things, like being more sociable in group activities.

For those grappling with anxiety or feeling the weight of inertia, taking small steps toward increased activity is a very commendable achievement.

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