CREATIVE writing, dance and meditation were among the activities Freebridge Community Housing employees enjoyed during their sixth annual Week of Wellbeing.

Freebridge, based in King’s Lynn, organises the week to boost the wellbeing of its 200-strong team in areas such as career, fitness and mental health.

Many of the sessions were run by staff themselves, but a number of local businesses and organisations also provided facilities and expertise, including Alive Leisure, Paul Tibbs Photography, The Engaging People Company and The Maltings Q Club in Lynn.

Local firms also donated prizes for a raffle raising funds for Lynn Foodbank, The East Anglian Air Ambulance and West Norfolk RSPCA, Freebridge’s chosen charities for the year.

Chief executive Tony Hall said: “Once again we have had a fantastic Week of Wellbeing at Freebridge. This week gives our employees the opportunity to gain new experiences that can have a positive impact on both their work and personal lives.

“Our tenants remain at the heart of everything we do at Freebridge and we believe that by having a workforce that is both physically and mentally healthy we will be able to continue to provide the best service possible.

“We couldn’t have made the week such a great success without support from local businesses; we would like to express our thanks for all their efforts and generosity.”