Whether you have embraced the festive spirit, or are you looking for your chance too, we have an event for you!
On 9 December, the wellbeing team is hosting their Winter Wellbeing Crafternoon. It promises to be a fun and relaxing afternoon where you can do festive crafts, drink hot chocolate, and eat mince pies. Plus, there is even a chance to win free gym membership for a month and much more …
Interested? Then why not going along?
The next Winter Wellbeing Crafternoon will take place on 9 December 2016, from 13:30 till 16:30pm, in the Macadam Lobby at the Strand Campus.
During the week commencing Monday 16th November (Monday to Friday), King’s College London will be launching it’s Take Time Out ‘Winter Wellbeing’ campaign.
As the name suggests the whole campaign is around ensuring your Winter Wellbeing, with the key messages being:
Reducing your risk to colds/flu
Eating your 5 a day
Overcoming Winter Blues
Promoting our Student Support Services available
Promotion of these messages will take place at Take Time Out locations on campus, with hub spaces featuring:
Give-aways including free hand gel, tissues and lip balms, designed to encourage good habits and hygiene, and keep colds and flu at bay whilst studying/researching.
Themed wellbeing areas that include smoothie-bikes and SAD lamps at the Guy’s and Strand campuses, reinforcing healthy eating and activity during winter months.
Free ‘in chair’ massage stands during the final two days of the campaign.
Information points with bite size printed health & wellbeing flyers and support service signposting.
A selection of tickets to Sommerset House ice skating sessions.
BeActive promotion with activities such as table tennis, Wii fit, and free trial membership passes, designed to promote activity and regular recreational social sport.
Redeemable coupons for free vegetable soup from King’s Food
The campaign will run concurrently at the Strand, Guy’s, Waterloo and Denmark Hill Campuses so please keep your eye out for it! While the campaign is predominantly student focussed we are more than happy for staff to come and say hello and to ensure they look after their wellbeing too!