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Interests and Hobbies

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Interests and Hobbies

Hobbies bring a welcome change to our mundane routine. They allow us to keep a balance between busy moments and free time. The meaning of word 'hobby' stretches beyond usual leisure activities such as reading, watching TV and so on. In fact, there is a very long list of hobbies and interests to suit each of our tastes.

Some people find relaxation in volunteering, craftwork, bird watching, playing or watching sports, going to flea markets/car boots sales, walking in the park, singing in a choir, or simply going out for a walk or a bike ride. Such activities may help people live healthier and recover better from illness. 

Take a moment to have a look at the interesting, carefree opportunities we can offer. Its all about having fun, like this guy!



 Nearly a third of people listen to music to give them a mood boost about work. 



Singing is good for you; join a workplace choir!

Singing is not only a lot of fun but also gives you confidence, relieves stress and is great exercise for your heart and lungs which in turn gets the brain working. Performing with others in a choir at your workplace is a great way to start singing.

Music therapists work with a wide range of age ranges in a variety of settings. Music therapy can be particularly effective for people with bereavement issues, problems relating to abuse, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Depression. A carefully planned assessment will be carried out to ensure that your staff or your school is receiving the best possible service.


If you have an interest or hobby that you would like us to find and signpost local support for, please let us know and that information will be found here!

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