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Families Matter: Puppet Stage and Sound Crew
Praisin' Hands Puppets based at Hythe URC is looking for 2 people with strong muscles to load and lift equipment from the van, set up the stage, watch the very entertaining children's puppet show and then dismantle the stage and load up the equipment. Any expertise/experience in sound desk/lighting would be valuable, but not required.

Find out more here

Volunteer and feel happier

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It’s official, studies by the London School of Economics have shown that people who volunteered as little as once a month reported feeling happier than the general population as a whole.

Even better, people said that the more regularly they volunteered, the more these feelings of happiness increased, with those who give their time on a weekly basis feeling the ‘glow’ most of all.

There are other healthy benefits too. People who volunteer and give their time to help others often experience improved physical health, not needing to visit the doctor so much and needing less medication.

They were also generally more physically active.

It’s not just great for physical wellbeing either, volunteering has also been shown to have a hugely positive impact on mental health, with people who volunteered saying that they felt less depressed, less isolated and much more involved in their community as a whole.

With all that it’s got going for it, volunteering really does sound like the best way to stay happy and healthy.

For more information on volunteering in the New Forest click on the Volunteering tab above or visit www.do-it.org to explore local roles.

Further information and links to the above studies can be found at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/noelle-nelson/give-yourself-the-happies_b_8812328.html

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    Lone Working Workshop

    1 - 4.30pmArtsway, Station Rd, Sway, Lymington SO41 6BA
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