Epsom Mental Health and Wellbeing Festival 2017
Epsom Mental Health Week has always been something special – and this year will be extra special as it celebrates its 10th Anniversary. To mark this milestone, we would like to welcome you to the Epsom Mental Health and Wellbeing Festival which will be held between October 7th and October 15th 2017.
The Festival will present a diverse programme of over 70 events, activities and workshops held at a variety of venues around Epsom – and all free of charge! This year’s theme is “Community” and a safe, supportive and inclusive community is what you’ll find here.
The programme will incorporate a day for and with young people, opportunities to be creative and to participate in open discussions, including one session with a local MP. For those who enjoy physical activity there’s football.
Some members of our local community may find it a challenge to get out and about so visits to Nursing Homes across Epsom and Ewell have been arranged.
The Epsom Male Voice Choir makes a welcome return – back by popular demand as they were so well-received last year.
You will also be invited to take part in “A Day to Do” – to undertake to be a good neighbours in your local community.
These events and activities are free to attend and open to everyone who wants to come along - you don’t need to have specific issues or concerns with your mental health to attend. With such a wide and varied programme and with over 70 events we wouldn’t expect you to attend them all but we think you’re likely to find something of interest. You can dip in and out and attend any of those events and activities you’d like to be a part of. Even if all you want is a place to sit and be still, you will be most welcome.
Please feel free to be a part of our community during the Epsom Mental Health and Wellbeing Festival which is organised by a small, local registered charity, Love Me Love My Mind. For further information on the Epsom Health and Wellbeing Festival or Love Me Love My Mind you can email, email@example.com or 01372 721518 or website www.epsommentalhealthweek.org.uk
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