Time Out

Look no further for free, fun activities this half term!

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Time Out is for all 10-19 year olds in Calderdale. With a focus on emotional wellbeing, we connect young people with activities, opportunities, learning and support.

This half term join us for a jam-packed week of fun activities (mainly accessed from home online) to get creative, get active and get musical!

These sessions are perfect for blowing off some steam, having a chance to relax from school work and meet new people.
   

Monday 31 May

11.30am 40mins: Boxing Workshop 9+ yrs (Online)
To book message/whatsapp Josie on 07989 538044
josie@northernpowerhouseboxing.org.uk

Tuesday 1st June

10am, 60mins: Taster Workshop 1: Virtual Graffiti wall

Wednesday 2nd June

10am, 60min: Taster Workshop 2: Character Avatars

2pm, 40min: Boxing Workshop 9+ yrs (In Person)
Perseverance Mill Unit 5, Halifax Road, Todmorden, OL14 6EG
To book message/whatsapp Josie on 07989 538044
josie@northernpowerhouseboxing.org.uk

Thursday 3rd June

10am, 60min: Taster Workshop 3: Crazy Faces!

Friday 4th June

10am, 60min: Home Made Samba: Drumming Workshop (online)
To book contact Mitch Oldham: mitch.oldham@hotmail.co.uk

To find out more and to book on the taster workshops contact:
Alex Abel – Time Out Project Worker on:
alex@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk
text/phone/WhatApp: 07516 030575
Booking Link: https://forms.office.com/r/1c5spJZgjq

Animal Merge fun on Zoom – new theme each week

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If you are aged 10-16 come and have some fun with Animal Merge, every Tuesday 4-5pm . We have a different theme each week and we tell a story in pictures and then share a screen shot of our work. You can draw off-screen as long as you introduce yourself at the start.

Animal Merge is for young people aged 10-16 and we meet each week on Zoom.

We choose a different theme each week and create some artwork that we share online.
The workshop is lead by Alex from Time Out and Zeke, who leads the drawing and creativity.
If you would like to join in or would like more information please contact Alex on: alex@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk

You can book direct on: https://forms.office.com/r/1c5spJZgjq

You need to book each week with that date, the workshop is free and you can attend as many as you like.

For more information about Time Out – have a look at our website below and also have a look at our social media.

Zoom Animal Merge Workshops – Tuesdays 4pm

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Animal Merge is for young people aged 10-16 and we meet each week on Zoom.

We choose a different theme each week and create some artwork that we share online.
The workshop is lead by Alex from Time Out and Zeke, who leads the drawing and creativity.
If you would like to join in or would like more information please contact Alex on: alex@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk

You can book direct on: https://forms.office.com/r/1c5spJZgjq

You need to book each week with that date, the workshop is free and you can attend as many as you like.

For more information about Time Out – have a look at our website below and also have a look at our social media.

Animal Merge Term time Drawing online workshop for children

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Time Out are running animal merge every Tuesday at 4pm for an hour during term time.

The workshop is intended for young people 10-16 years of age and there’s a different theme each week.

For more information and booking link, please email alex@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk

You will always get a response or be informed if the session is fully booked.

If you don’t receive a response, please contact 01422 345154 or 07516 030575.

Young and Want to Make a DIFFERENCE? Time Out is Looking for Volunteers.

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Time Out is a project for young people, created by young people to give a space to allow you to develop in whatever way suits you best. Fortunately, mental health is no longer a taboo subject and Time Out are recruiting volunteers to spread awareness of the help available for those with issues of self-harm, body image or self-esteem.

There are creative opportunities in graphic design, web development or or other media such as film and photography. On a more physical level there are opportunities in  sports, performing arts, music and gaming.

Perhaps even more importantly, is the experience of being part of a team that will help your CV as well as your life-skills.

Time Out is currently looking for volunteers who can not only develop their own skills but help others to do the same.

If you think that, with help and assistance, you could help others, or even would like to discuss without any commitment, then call Annie on 01422 345154 or email annie@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk.

 

Open Minds is becoming Time Out

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Open Minds has been delivering mental health education and anti-stigma sessions in Calderdale’s schools and community groups for the past five years.  With a welcome and growing focus on children and young people’s emotional wellbeing, our work on Open Minds has been joining up with lots of other organisations’ work for young people – all of which has brought Calderdale to this point.
The name “Open Minds” has been adopted for the overall programme that includes all the various projects that support emotional wellbeing in children and young people, so we are changing our name to avoid confusion and what we’ve been doing under the Open Minds name is becoming part of Time Out.

We’ll be running introductory workshops for organisations who may be interested in being part of Time Out:

  • Monday 19 June 11am – 1pm
  • Tuesday 20 June 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • Wednesday 21 June 10:30am – 12:30pm

At VAC Resource Centre, Hall Street, Halifax HX1 5AY. You only need to come to one of the workshops.

Find out what Time Out is all about and how your organisation can get involved.  This is open to any organisation that offers activities that support young people’s wellbeing, to whatever extent.  If you work with young people, we’d like to talk with you about Time Out.

All are welcome but please book a place on 01422 345154 or by email to tara@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk

 

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