BRV takes over Chilypep’s social media!

Here’s a snapshot of our highlights!

The BRV (Belonging, Resilience, Vocabulary) project works with a group of young men and boys in Sheffield and Barnsley to help them achieve a sense of belonging, resilience and improved understanding of themselves.Through group workshops, art and photography sessions, the boys and young men will explore and enrich their emotional intelligence.They will engage with themes such as personal and group identities, health and wellbeing, how to manage difficult emotions, citizenship and core values. All of this will help them navigate adolescence and help them aspire to positive futures.Through BRV, boys and young men can learn the tools and techniques to recognise, communicate and manage their emotions, and realise their capacity to become active, empowered citizens.

You may have seen BRV at a conference hall, school, college or community hub near you!

BRV Project Worker Corey is taking us on a journey to explore Yorkshire Wildlife in lockdown with Adrian…

More of Yorkshire’s Wildlife….

A sweet bee on it, possibility Lasioglossum malachurum or sharp-collared furrow bee but I’m not 100% certain. Buzzards, Buteo buteo flying high above the Dragonfly pond.Toad, Bufo bufo & Face off between Anax imperator and a Common Blue Damselfly.

BRV Project Worker Marcus takes us to the beach with this beautiful clip of the sea water running over the sand. Breathe, watch and let your worries wash out to sea.

BRV at the beach

Today BRV Project Worker Marcus is taking us to the beach with this beautiful clip of the sea water running over the sand. Breathe, watch and let your worries wash out to sea.

Posted by Chilypep. on Wednesday, August 5, 2020
BRV virtual seaside

Join Marcus at the seaside -RELAX, Be Kind to Yourself

Posted by Chilypep. on Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Corey and Alex chat about getting active, staying motivated and running marathons!

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Corey and Alex chat about getting active, staying motivated and running marathons! 💪

Posted by Chilypep. on Friday, August 7, 2020

Lastly, we finish our BRV highlights with more beautiful photographs captured over the pandemic with a Male Scorpion Fly, could be either Panorpa communis or P. germanica, A Sloe bug, schnura elegans damselfly resting on grass flowers and a tortoiseshell butterfly!

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