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‘Surviving a pandemic: a guide to your mental health’

This booklet has been created by young people for young people. full of tips, ideas and advice on how to maintain good mental health and survive during a global pandemic. If you’d like a copy give us a call on 01686 722 222 or pop in.





Pictured left and below: Small Steps Volunteers attending lessons /studies through the medium of video Conferencing. Remote Learning during the Pandemic.














Pictured left: Sarah Napper visiting Glyndwr University for a tour of the University. University visit unusual as carried out whilst Country reacting to Covid 19. The University was quiet with students all isolating and not attending the University site.













An Unusual Covid19 introduction to Open Day at Glyndwr University!.






Checking out the lecture theatre!








Pictured with their certificates right to left: Project Manager Diane Williams and Volunteer Bronwyn Howarth. Having completed an online course in May 2020. The Course was called: Covid 19 Psychological impact, wellbeing and mental health. Through Future Learn and The Maudsley Learning and The Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust.

Pictured right to left Project Manager Diane Williams and volunteer Sarah Napper. Sarah celebrating having a formal offer of a place at Glyndwr University in 2020 to study a degree in Psychology.









Rekindle’s Small Steps Project would like to give a huge recognition to MFCC for their kind donation of gifts to the young people of our project this Christmas. The young people have greatly appreciated the kind donation.

We would also like to give thanks to Michelle Maskell of B & M Bargains in Welshpool for organising and making the kind donation of 2 trolley loads of presents for our young children this Christmas. We would like say thankyou to all the kind customers of B & M Bargains who selflessly brought and donated gifts which will
make many young children in the Newtown and Welshpool area very happy this Christmas. 🥰