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PSS Dutch Farm and Dutch Barn, Garston

Current activities online – see PSS Upbeat Liverpool

Be Inspired Bee Keeping course
  • for men 50+ in Liverpool, identifying as experiencing mental health challenges
  • run on Fridays from late March until September 2021 at PSS Dutch Farm.

Be Inspired (Buzzin’) is an all male space to learn and benefit from the practice of beekeeping – feel more relaxed and less stressed by spending time I quiet natural surroundings.

This project is free & open to men living with mental health challenges.

There will be a mix of theory and practical activity covering all aspects of maintaining and managing hives. Working together the group will learn to manage the site, care for the hives and extract the honey.

To sign up or for more details please contact the team at PSS Wellbeing Centres on 0151 708 0415
wellbeingcentres@pss.org.uk

Flyer – click here
or see the bottom of this page.


There are three wellbeing centres –  City CentreBelle Vale, and Garston  (this
page).

How can I access this service?
Call or email for Bee Inspired course. Online support www.UpbeatLiverpool.com is open to anyone. Virtual and phone support via Referral
When is this service open?
Enquiries are answered Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
How much will it cost me?
Free
Disabled access
Slope to the entrance
How to get there
Five minute walk from Liverpool south parkway station. Half way around Highbank Drive next to no 54 you will see a narrow path and the archway entrance with the “Dutch Farm” sign walk through the arch and metal gate and straight ahead is the barn.
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What groups of people is this for?
People with mental health issues
What age groups is this for?
18+
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city

Contacts

PSS Dutch Farm and Dutch Barn, Garston, Dutch Barn Farm, Highbank Drive, L19 5PE
http://psspeople.com/help-for-professionals/mental-health-services/wellbeing-centres

 

 

Delivered in partnership with

Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool