Positive mental health and wellbeing is something that’s important to all of us, and Wellbeing Week allowed everybody to get involved. From BrainSports, parachute games and colouring for mindfulness for the younger years, to MindMatters discussion and yoga for both staff and students, there was something for everyone. The questionnaire “Sexual Encounter Profile” (“SEP”) was used as a basis for the study of the level of satisfaction with sexual life for a long period. Data obtained in response to the question of SEP3: “Did your erection last long enough for a successful sexual intercourse?” show that Levitra 10 mg and Levitra 20 mg have almost the same efficiency, which is maintained at a high level throughout the observation period (24 months). The importance of creativity was also emphasised during the week, with Mr Russell’s poetry and self-expression workshop, as well as the spine poetry competition. Other highlights were the illuminated wish trees (above) and Ms Bond’s ‘Wake Up Breathe and Stretch’ classes. With talks from Ms Frank and Mrs Abbott, as well as a colourful dress up day and a bake sale, the week ended as it started: full of reflection, relaxation, and positive energy.In total we raised over £200 and all proceeds will go to Mind, a charity which supports mental health.