Sport & Well-being

‘an afternoon of Sport and Well-Being activities’ 

Sporting Recovery

exercise for mental wellness

Balance = health

Keep Calm , Feel Energy

“it’s like a tablet you don’t have to take, all you need to do is to go down there…”

Legacy of Hope Celebration

Come and join us in celebrating the achievement of Southwark residents from BME communities

30th October 2019

Wellness Centre

Where all people can have the support, encouragement and opportunities to manage their mental health.

Wellness Club

Physical exercise is one of the most effective ways of combating mental health problems such as depression and anxiety plus it improves self-esteem. 

Come join one of our Wellness sports clubs

Wellness Cafe

A free healthy cafe with freshly made sandwiches, salads, smoothies and good company. Voluntary contributions are welcomed.

Let food be your medicine & medicine your food


We're Open



12 – 4pm

SR Clothing Store

Buy a t-shirt and Help Us Help the Unseen & Unheard. All of the proceeds are donated to our Wellness Centre

Choose a design that suits your style and appeals to your heart. Together we can make a difference – 100 T-shirts raises enough money to fund a session; just one T-shirt  buys someone lunch.

What they don't say

What Doctors may not tell you

Sports Assistant

We need volunteer (assistants) to help in our sports clubs.

If you want to help us help , we’d love you to join our team. Whatever you enjoy doing, and however much time you can commit, there’s a volunteer role for you.

Work Out. Eat Well. Be Patient.

What People Say?​

These weekly sessions were invaluable to the service users. It was always well attended and there were many regular clients who would attend every week, often arriving before staff.
Steve Bristow
Community Mental Health Nurse
I have no doubt that this has been the singular most effective mental health project I have seen in my 30 years as a social worker and hope very much it returns very soon.
Vishnu Singh
Southwark, Social Worker
the greatest success was the integration of a ‘revolving door’ service user who has been able to gain a qualification, reduce his medication and obtain full-time employment.
Dr Steve Church
NHS Consultant Psychiatrist (Adult MHS)

News & Views

Welcome to our press page where we will be sharing Sporting Recovery news & events

Help us Help
the Unseen, the Unheard, the Unseen & Unheard