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Renegade Runners raise £200 for Norfolk and Waveney Mind

Renegade Runners raise £200 for Norfolk and Waveney Mind
Renegade Runners held a Fun Run on Christmas Eve with proceeds going to Norfolk and Waveney Mind, in total raising £200. Founder Matt Pyatt said “running to help manage mental health is so worthwhile”. The group meet twice weekly- Tuesday’s at The Walks, King’s Lynn, 6.45pm and Wednesday’s at Lynnsport Running Track at 10am. They are always looking for new members, all ages and abilities welcome.



Living Clean Four Reasons Ball

Living Clean Four Reasons Ball
Living Clean Limited is delighted to announce on Saturday 1st February 2020 we will be hosting the Four Reasons Charity Ball with the beneficiaries being local charities to Norfolk and Suffolk. Alzheimer's Society, Break – Changing Young Lives, Leeway – Domestic Violence and Abuse Services and Norfolk and Waveney Mind – For Better Mental Health.

Quiz raises £5,000 for Norfolk and Waveney Mind Charity

| By James Norman
Quiz raises £5,000 for Norfolk and Waveney Mind Charity
A fundraising charity quiz, hosted by energy consultants Indigo Swan, has raised an impressive £5,000 for an inspirational Norfolk charity.
 
More than 165 guests attended the evening in aid of Norfolk and Waveney Mind, a charity who offer advice and support to those affected by mental health problems.
 
James Groves, Managing Director at Indigo Swan commented: “To see what started as a quiz by candlelight in a restaurant in Norwich with 30 people 5 years ago, grow to the amazing event we had last week is amazing! The support we see from the local business community grows every year and the impact it has on Norfolk & Waveney Mind is so rewarding to see.

World AIDS Day: A Space to Talk and Remember

| , , | By Michelle Savage
World AIDS Day: A Space to Talk and Remember
Friday 29th November from 5.15-6.45pm in the Vernon Castle Room, Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, in the Forum
 
Local mental health charity, Norfolk and Waveney Mind are working with LGBT+ choir Sing with Pride and the Norfolk Heritage Centre to organise an event called World AIDS Day: A Space to Talk and Remember. The event will provide a space to reflect on the AIDS crisis and the impact it had on us and our community – how we survived and how we remember those we lost. Materials from the Norfolk Heritage Centre’s LGBT+ Collection will available and we invite people to bring photos and objects of their own. 


National Stress Awareness Day

National Stress Awareness Day

The first Wednesday in November each year is National Stress Awareness Day. 

We all know what it’s like to feel stressed - being under pressure is a normal part of life. But becoming overwhelmed by stress can lead to mental health problems or make existing problems worse.

National Stress Awareness Day is a great opportunity to take a moment to think about our wellbeing and find advice or support on managing stress. We’ve got some suggestions for how you can join the conversation about stress.


Norwich organisations come together in ‘City of Wellbeing’ initiative

| , , | By James Norman
Norwich organisations come together in ‘City of Wellbeing’ initiative
A collaborative initiative to support the emotional wellbeing of Norwich residents began on World Mental Health Day (10th October).

The ‘City of Wellbeing’ initiative brings together charities, religious organisations and local businesses in the city centre, that can lend a listening ear to people experiencing emotional distress.
 

Norfolk mental health services join forces to support the unemployed

Norfolk mental health services join forces to support the unemployed
News: Routes Employment Service is being officially launched by Norfolk and Waveney Mind today. It promises to offer people in Norfolk a lifeline for getting back to work if they have been living with mental health issues and engaged with secondary care.
 
Taking a collaborative approach, this project is working across Community Mental Health Teams around Norfolk.
 

Mindstock raises thousands for Mind

| , , | By Erica Auger
Mindstock raises thousands for Mind
The first ever Mindstock festival, which took place at Open in Norwich on 7 September, brought together local bands Adventures By Post, AJQJ, No Story Goes and The Visitors with ten artists. Each artist created a piece inspired by mental health issues for an exhibition forming part of the evening, with all items up for sale in a silent auction to boost the fundraising.


Minds United Celebrate

| , , , | By Erica Auger
Minds United Celebrate
Three local Mind mental health charities; Great Yarmouth & Waveney, Norwich and Central Norfolk and West Norfolk became one on 1st July as Norfolk and Waveney Mind.
Coming together, the charity will create a stronger, united voice for their beneficiaries, campaigning and advocating on a wider basis, enhancing service delivery and sharing good practice to further improve support across the whole of Norfolk and Waveney.

Great Yarmouth Office

28-31 Deneside
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
NR30 3AX
Tel: 0300 330 5488

 

Norwich Office

50 Sale Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR7 9TP
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

King's Lynn Office

Saunders Yard
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1PH
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

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