The Big Happiness Experiment is very proud to be a partner organisation with The Evolve programme which supports a variety of projects across the Lichfield, Cannock, Tamworth and East Staffs areas. The programme that we deliver is fun, engaging, creative and grounded in the science of Positive Psychology and Behavioural Science. Our ‘Building A Better Me’ programme started in May 2017 in Lichfield and will close in December 2019. This programme has been affectionately titled ‘Project Happiness‘ and is running in the very heart of the Lichfield community.

Our 12 week programmes run at various times of the year and we welcome enquiries from new participants at any time. We are based at The Charnwood Childrens Centre on Purcell Avenue in Lichfield and each weekly session takes place for 2 hours every Tuesday morning. 

If you would like to find out if you’re eligible or if your organisation would like to refer someone then please either email or phone Jules Mitchell on 07583203444.

We aim to support participants with multiple barriers to regain their confidence and move closer to the jobs market.

This project is funded by Big Lottery Fund and the European Union through European Social Fund

We will be supporting anyone who is:

16 years and over
Unemployed (cannot be in part time work or on 0 hours contract)
Economically Inactive (including those not working who are claiming benefits)
Living in Lichfield, Cannock and Tamworth

The ‘Building a Better Me Programme’ uses the revolutionary BrainTech™ System founded from ‘positive neuroplasticity’ to build new neural structures in the brain that have long lasting positive effects on well-being. Our objective is to ‘change behaviours for life’ by ‘hard-wiring happiness’ with four specific groups:

Parents, long term sick,carers and 50+.

This fun and creative 12 week course is not a ‘quick fix’ but a solid foundation for cultivating life altering practices that can reduce levels of anxiety, increase confidence, enhance happiness and develop  personal and professional growth.