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Freebridge employees take part in a Week of Wellbeing

17/05/17

Freebridge Community Housing employees enjoyed their sixth annual Week of Wellbeing last week.

The week aims to support the wellbeing of staff across the whole company and involved an array of activities. Reflexology, creative writing, dance classes and meditation comprised just a small part of the list of events on offer.

The week, which took place from 8 – 12 May, is designed to promote and support the six strands of wellbeing – Career, Physical, Mental, Social, Economic and Community Wellbeing – for its employee team of over 200 people.

While many of the week’s events were run by Freebridge employees a host of local organisations and businesses, including The Wellbeing People, Alive Leisure, The Engaging People Company, Paul Tibbs Photography, the Natural Therapy Centre and The Maltings Q Club were amongst those who provided expertise and facilities.

Local businesses generously donated prizes for a charity fundraising raffle. Proceeds will be going to East Anglian Air Ambulance, King’s Lynn Foodbank and West Norfolk RSPCA, who are all Freebridge chosen charities for 2017.

Tony Hall, Chief Executive of Freebridge, said: “Once again we have had a fantastic Week of Wellbeing at Freebridge. This week gives our employees the opportunity to gain news experiences that can have a positive impact on both their work and personal lives.

“Our tenants remain at the heart of everything we do at Freebridge, and we believe that by having a workforce that is both physically and mentally healthy we will be able to continue to provide the best service possible.

“We couldn’t have made the week such a great success without support from local businesses; we would like to express our thanks for all their efforts and generosity.”

Freebridge employees taking part in dance classes.

Picture: Freebridge employees taking part in dance classes.


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