The climbing club is well known for being a social hub; we are all friendly, welcoming individuals who look out for one another whether you’re a new or an old member. The friendships made in this club often continue way after people have graduated. The welfare of club members is essential for such a lively group of people, and we like to make sure everyone is comfortable and happy!
Climbing is as much a mental sport as it is a physical sport, it requires problem solving and determination as well as strength to achieve those rewarding top-outs. This is why our welfare sec’, Megan Stillwell, is around to guide and support anyone who needs it, so that everyone can get as much out of the club as possible.
Here are some links to helpful websites that offer a range of informal and formal support:
HealthyU website and events provide quick access to information about a range of health issues. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/currentstudents/healthyu/index.aspx
Student Minds is a student-led group that work to promote health and wellbeing for students. https://www.su.nottingham.ac.uk/volunteering/volunteering-opportunities/student-led-projects/mentalwealth/
University Counselling Services offer individual appointments and group workshops for UoN students. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/counselling/index.aspx
Please feel free to contact Meg (pictured above) if you wish to chat about anything and everything, no problem is too small. (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or meet her at the depot, get in touch with her through another committee member, or the facebook climbing page).