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As the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, Roy decided to walk the 1083.8-mile route from Land’s End to John O’Groats, covering the distance in his local area but blogging and tracking his progress as if travelling from coast to coast. Why? To raise money for Restore, and awareness about mental ill-health.
A 24/7 mental health helpline launched to provide people with mental health advice during the coronavirus pandemic is moving to NHS 111. The round-the-clock Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Mental Health Helpline makes it quicker and easier for adults and children in … Read more
October 10th sees both World Mental Health Day and World Homeless Day being celebrated. Mental ill-health and homelessness can affect anyone, any day or time of the year but the 10th October brings a good opportunity to show your support. … Read more
The Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership is committed to race equality in mental health care says Lesley Dewhurst, Chair of Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership, at the start of Black History Month. Here she shares the Partnership’s pledge to deliver and co-deliver … Read more