16 Mar 2018
Time To Talk
Last Tuesday, Cambridge United Community Trust welcomed over 40 people to The Abbey Stadium for our first Mental Health Awareness Evening. The evening begin with an introduction to Cambridge United Community Trust followed by our three guest speakers sharing information from their organisations and experiences, discussing the importance of talking for our mental health.
Ruth Fox, Cambridge United Women’s player discussed her mental health story to begin the evening, followed by John Humpston sharing the work of The Cambridge Samaritans, finishing with Rob Earl representing CPSL Mind and Stop Suicide Cambridge, sharing about their work and his experiences.
Between speakers we also heard from a number of local services and organisations including YMCA Trinity, The Ollie Foundation, Richmond Fellowship, Psychological Wellbeing Service and Lifecraft. The evening finished with a Q + A with the main speakers with a brilliant opportunity to hear more directly from the audience and different individuals involved.
We look forward to our next Mental Health Awareness Evening on April the 10th between 6.30pm – 8pm surrounding the theme ‘Sport as a tool for wellbeing’. Please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cambridge-united-mental-health-awareness-sport-as-a-tool-for-wellbeing-tickets-44018668021?aff=erelexpmlt
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