Thrive Moss Side
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Helping young Manchester Thrive Three-quarters of UK children spend less time outside than prison inmates. Active play and learning is essential to the health and development of children. Our Thrive Moss Side sessions aim to tackle this. This project is funded by the Manchester Health and Care Commissioning Thrive Grant, administered by the Young Manchester charity. Sessions will target specific groups to improve mental health and wellbeing including: youth offenders, youth groups and school groups. Young people will take part in sessions throughout 2021 including gardening, environmental arts and cooking at the Powerhouse; DIY and woodwork at the Boiler House and green wellbeing visits to local community greenspaces. Activities will build on previous successful youth projects at the Boiler House partnering with youth organisations Manchester Young Lives, Hideaway and Remedi and young person’s ecotherapy project #Thrive in Rochdale. 
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The Boiler House 9 Wilcock Street Manchester M16 7DA
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A youth project based in Moss Side and engaging local young people in ecotherapy and woodwork sessions, at the Boiler House and the Powerhouse youth centre.
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young person takes part in woodwork session at boiler house, moss side, manchester
girl and boy in community garden picking strawberries group of people gathered in community garden
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