DATES: 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th March. 5th and 12th April.
Wellbeing Workshops are a Big Lottery Funded Project where we bring single parents together to create a compassionate, motivating, thought provoking and positive approach to how we discuss and tackle mental health. A single parents our mental health and everything surrounding it that we have to deal with on a daily basis affects us.
Are you struggling with your mental health, relationships, your confidence and finding it difficult to know where to begin with it all? Then this proactive, thought provoking, 6 week workshops are for you. There are lot sof opportunities for light bulb moments and these sessions are tailored completely to single parents.
Our first official fundraiser for SPW. Volunteers have been hard working behind the scenes to bring you... A Family Fundraising Event £8 per family ticket BOOK VIA EVENTBRITE LINK TO SECURE YOUR PLACE.
Family event in the Easter Holidays. Great way to start the first weekend of Easter off. It’s the 14th April 2pm till 5pm at the Royal British Legion Club in Rumney, Cardiff.
We have 10 tickets for £5 each (£5 per each family member) to go and see The Girl With the Incredibly Long Hair at Chapter Arts Centre, Canton.
This Easter join Rapunzel, her Mam, and her new friend Daf in the forest as they set off on an adventure, for which they’ll need your help. The Girl with Incredibly Long Hair is a family show which reimagines the story of Rapunzel for our times. Read More →
''The first ramble I went to straight away I met some other single parents and the boys had a great time. Being part of the group has been a life-line for me. When you are a single parent – I’ve got lots of friends in couples that have children, but on a weekend they want to be with their families, partners, husbands – so you’re left on your own on a weekend, there’s never anything to do, everything is run in the week – so in that sense SPW has been a life-line”
“Everybody brought something different to the group – you were allowed to be yourself. It was really helpful for lots of reasons, for example, it was nice to be in a similar situation with others, the course was well structured and in a safe environment. The topics were relevant and we were given tools that focused on our mental health such as dealing with stress or difficult relationships – looking after yourself.”