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Taking Part: Be the best version of yourself - from Nov 15th

Be the best version of yourself is an innovative approach to improving people’s self-confidence, self-esteem, communication skills and increase their ability to express/voice concerns. 

The workshop is free for anyone 16+ who is unemployed and looking to give their confidence a boost; is NEET; or that has faced issues with their mental health or homelessness (or is at risk of homelessness). It will take place at Moorclose Community Centre starting on Wednesday 15 November for 5 weeks. Contact Ane Timpson at Rosehill on 01946 514570 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  for more information.

Be the best version of yourself

“This has given me more self-esteem, more confidence…I’m learning new things all the time”

What is it?

Be the best version of yourself is an innovative approach to improving people’s self-confidence, self-esteem, communication skills, and increase their ability to express/voice concerns.

Working with project partners, Moorclose Community Centre, Healthy Hopes and Neil Ivison yoga leader, we will provide a series of workshops that allow participants to explore everyday issues that are important to them through sharing stories, drama games, movement and play.

Workshops will focus on positive thinking, goal setting, yoga and mindfulness as well as improvisation and games to boost self-confidence. Participants will also get to meet some great people, make friends and have lots of fun.

What difference does it make?

“It’s made me get up and get ready and get out in the morning – and that isn’t the way I’ve lived my life lately…instead of feeling like s**t it’s like ‘yes I’m doing something positive.’”

In the November 2016 Rosehill worked with Cardboard Citizens at Moorclose Community Centre to deliver a forum theatre project for people who had experienced homelessness. Participants worked with us to create a short play which told the story of life after rehab, as one woman struggles to cope with the pressures of a new job and the reunion with her husband. They performed to an invited audience of family and friends as well as community and partner organisations.

As a result of being involved in the project the participants said that:

100%  felt they had increased their confidence

75% had improved their ability to express their thoughts and/or feelings

75%  had improved team working

75% had increased confidence to try new things

We're not offering miracles but a chance of becoming what you want to be – all we're asking is that you commit to the programme and what it offers.

Who’s it for?

The workshops are free for anyone 16+ who is unemployed and looking to give their confidence a boost; is NEET; or that has faced issues with their mental health or homelessness (or is at risk of homelessness). Participants don’t need any prior experience just a willingness to give everything a good go and see what happens. It is designed to be accessible to all.

When and where can I get involved?

Workshops will take place at Moorclose Community Centre starting on Wednesday 15 November for 5 weeks. For more information please contact Anne on 01946 514570 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Rosehill Theatre, Moresby, Whitehaven
Cumbria, CA28 6SE
We are grateful to the following organisations for capital funding:

bec  ccf_logo coastal linbury   garfield-western    wren     fcc jpgetty national-grid savoy-educational-trust

We are grateful to the following organisations for revenue funding:

ace llw  ccc cumbria-community-foundation  wtc  west-cumberland-choral-societydct






 


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