• Recovery Month

The Brink wants community to get involved with ‘Recovery Month’

Liverpool’s only and the UK’s first dry bar is encouraging the community to get involved with ‘Recovery Month’ this September.

The Brink has teamed up with Life Rooms (Mersey Care NHS) to introduce a ‘Recovery College’ programme tackling subjects such as recovery principles, assertiveness, self-esteem and feeling better through comedy.

Exclusively throughout the month of September, The Brink is also hosting ‘Nutritional Workshops’ which offer informative and practical advice on how to improve health, vitality and confidence through a healthy diet.

Carl Bell, general manager of The Brink, says: “With September being Recovery Month, it seemed only fitting that we launch our ‘Recovery College’ initiative to help those who are seeking a healthier way of life and an increased awareness of general wellbeing.

“The 16-week programme is free to attend and will run every Tuesday from 5 September.

“Our nutritional workshops also offer an insight into how to lift your mood, balance your hormones and improve indigestion problems by adopting a healthy diet.”

Nutritional Workshops will be held on 7, 14, and 21 September.

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