Virtual Services Return – January 2021

Return to Normal Virtual Services At Mid Kent Mind. Our weekly virtual services have returned today.


Mid Kent Mind’s virtual services have returned today – providing continued virtual support for people who may find themselves struggling with their mental health whilst we all continue to adapt to the change of lifestyle the pandemic has brought to so many of us.

We have a range of services available for both adults and young people – so if you need support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team.


Mid Kent Mind Community Groups (Week Commencing 4th of January 2020)


Tuesday 5th of January 2021


Cooking Group

2pm – 3:30pm

Use ingredients you have in the cupboard and join us as we discover delicious new recipes – many of which are from BBC Good Food.

Click here to join us every Tuesday.


This week we are making All-In-One Chunky Winter Broth.

Click here to download the recipe.


Miss a recipe? We’ve put together an archive of our recent ones.

Click here to access them.


Wednesday 6th of January 2021


Fusion Golden Friends (Formerly Six Ways To Wellbeing Art Group)

10am – 11:30am

Get creative with the things you have lying about the house and use them to make Bug Houses, Wind Chimes and more.

This group is delivered in partnership with our friends at Fusion Healthy Living Centre, and is designed to benefit both our clients, and clients who may have accessed the Fusion Friends face-to-face sessions we were offering in a joint capacity.

Click here to join us every Wednesday.


Traditional Art Group

2pm – 3:30pm

From taking part in painting sea-side scenes, to using leaves to make artwork, we do something new and creative every week!

Click here to join us every Wednesday.


Thursday 7th of January 2021


Social Group

2pm -3:30pm

Join us for a chat and take part in our weekly quiz. We promise it will test your general knowledge!

Click here to join us every Thursday.


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