Health Watch Group makes Brechin High Newsletter


Health Watch, now Brechin Matters, is going from strength to strength. The young people who lead this initiative with the aim of improving the wellbeing of the Brechin Community, received a brilliant letter from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recognising their work and the way it is benefitting their local community. The young people seem to have achieved so much this year: the Wellbeing day was attended by over 50 people attending a wide range of workshops. It was such a success that health professionals are already offering their services for another to take place. The Parent Cookery classes were fully attended and again such a success that already more are being organised for after the summer break. Currently, classes to support wellbeing (funded by Parent Voice and the Tough Mudder event) are being delivered in the campus and the young people themselves have been invited to present about their work at Abertay University. Brechin Matters is an exciting development, led by the young people of Brechin that will bring positive outcomes for members of the wider community, and now that we have a logo there is no stopping us…

Our BHG thanks go to Mrs. Black and Dr Hamish Greig for all their hard work.