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We’re here to make sure that no one within Bassetlaw has to face a mental health issue alone.

 

Bassetlaw Mind’s Allotment Project

Bassetlaw Mind's Community Allotment ProjectIn partnership with Claylands Avenue Gardeners Society, Bassetlaw Mind aims to operate a Therapeutic Gardening Project for individuals with mental health issues. The project will provide practical hands on support in horticulture and involves growing from seed a wide selection of fruit, flowers and vegetables. There will also be the opportunity for those involved to take some of the harvested produce home.

   If you enjoy the outdoors and being active then please come along and have a look.

Wednesday 18th February 2015, 9.30am – 12.30pm, Gardeners Way, Dukeries Industrial Estate, Worksop

For more information please contact Nicola Rea on (01909) 476075

 

Free Dementia and Associated Mental Health Needs Training

In partnership with North Notts Memory Links, Bassetlaw Mind will be holding training sessions to look at the relationship between Dementia and mental health issues. The session will explore the effects of dementia on the mental wellbeing of people living with dementia, carers, friends and family.

 

20th February 2015, 10.00am – 1.00pm – FULLY BOOKED

Or

17th April 2015, 10.00am – 1.00pm – FULLY BOOKED

Or

26th June 2015, 10.00am – 1.00pm

 

The course will be delivered at 6 Hardy Street, Worksop, S80 1EH

Please contact Bassetlaw Mind to reserve a place – Tel. (01909) 476075 or email hello@bassetlawmind.org.uk

 

Advisory Group Members Needed

We are looking for enthusiastic members to join our Advisory Group and help make a real difference to the way Bassetlaw Mind’s services are developed and improved.

You will join a group of individuals who have been selected to help advise Bassetlaw Mind’s management on a variety of issues including marketing, fundraising, service development etc.

The Advisory Group meetings take place approximately once per month at the Mind Centre, 6 Hardy Street, Worksop.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Advisory Group or would like to attend a meeting to observe and see what it entails then please contact Nicola Rea on (01909) 476075.