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Litter pick spreads kindness on World Mental Health Day

Holding small hand written sign infront of trees

Staff from the Starting Well Partnership took part in a local litter pick in aid of World Mental Health Day.

Louise Hall – Community Team Leader for Starting Well Redditch and Bromsgrove, together with Sarah McIntosh - Community Safety Project Officer for Bromsgrove District Council took part in a litter pick last Saturday, as part of a wider event organised by community groups in the town.  Young girl writing message on little sign

While making their way around the district, they shared bio degradable messages of positivity for the local community to find.

The hand-written kindness messages sought to spread kindness to locals, during a time which has been challenging to many.

The Starting Well Partnership continue to offer support to parents and families throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

In response to the new challenges, they have introduced new virtual groups and support sessions, including a variety of free parenting sessions, breastfeeding support groups and HENRY groups (healthy eating sessions) which can be accessed from home via video call.Group completing their litter pick

The Health Visiting Service Telephone Advice service is available for those people with children under 5 years, who need advice on issues such as feeding, behaviour or constipation, contact our telephone advisory service. The service is available Monday – Friday via 0300 123 9551

For more infromatrion visit the Support During COVID-19 pages.