With the importance of wellbeing ever growing, Your East Sussex has rounded up some free wellbeing groups and activities to join across the county. 

Wellbeing Café, Eastbourne

Join others and bake, take part in creative activities, have a friendly chat and pick up wellbeing information at the Wellbeing Café. The group meets weekly on a Thursday from 2pm to 4pm at Wllingdon Trees Community Centre, 101 Holly Place, Eastbourne.

Heartfulness Relaxation & Meditation, Bexhill

From the comfort of a chair, learn a simple, heart-based yogic technique for relaxation and meditation. The free event runs every Friday in July and August between 4pm and 5pm at Quaker House, 15 Albert Road, Bexhill. For details email: charusharma@heartfulness.uk

Borrow a wellbeing box from your local library

Packed full of information about local groups, organisations and free activities, why not borrow a wellbeing box from your local library? Find out if it is available for you to pick up today.

  • Wellbeing box
  • Family activity and wellbeing box

If it is not immediately available you can reserve a box online for 60p. You will need an online library account to do this, which only takes a few minutes to set up – join online.

Mental health and wellbeing courses, across the county

Learn safe and simple tools that you can use to maintain your wellbeing and support you when you are facing challenges. Delivered in various locations across the county and part funded by East Sussex County Council, Coastal Wellbeing will provide you with a framework which can support you in every part of your life.

The courses are free, but booking is essential. Visit Coastal Wellbeing for details.

Free services to stay healthy, across the county

East Sussex County Council offer free local services to help you stay healthy, such as stop smoking support and NHS health checks. Visit wellbeing to find out a full list of services available.