Lindengate charity opens their doors for Aylesbury residents who seek a space to relax during Coronavirus pandemic

It is important that you look after yourself during these challenging times, from getting enough sleep, keeping stress levels down, eating well and exercising outside.

Tuesday, 12th January 2021, 11:10 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th January 2021, 11:12 am
Lindengate Mental Health Charity

Local mental health charity Lindengate have opened their doors for anybody looking for a space to relax in a calm environment.

They said: "We are open Mondays 9am–12pm, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays 1pm–3pm for free drop-ins, giving you time and space to “be” in a calm, safe environment, whilst relaxing in beautiful natural surroundings."

Regular exercise has been proven to fight fatigue and boost energy levels, so wrap up warm and visit Lindengate, where you will be able to take time for yourself in our 5 acre therapeutic gardens and wildlife haven.

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A statement from Lindengate added: "Why not bring someone from your household or support bubble, or meet a friend safely for your daily exercise, which can improve your mental wellbeing?

"Whether you are a key worker, or home schooling, we have space for you to bring supervised children and quiet areas for those seeking peace and a safe space.

"We have plenty of sheltered areas dotted about our 5 acre site and being amongst nature boosts your health and wellbeing."

You can take a full look at the services Lindengate offers, as their website here: www.lindengate.org.ukTake a look at our website for full details and other ways that you can look after your wellbeing.