Plymouth Mental Health Network are looking to collect member's views and suggestions on the future of Network Meetings. Please take a few minutes to complete the Questionnaire here.
As many of you know, the focus of Thrive Plymouth year four was on the five ways to wellbeing, CLANG. Connecting, Learning, Being Active, Noticing and Giving. Thrive would now like to collect all the amazing work carried out during Thrive Plymouth Year Four and put into an end of [...]
Dementia Friends are looking for people to unite against dementia and become a Dementia Friends Champion. Dementia Friends will also be holding an induction day day in Plymouth on Tuesday 5th February. A Dementia Friends Champion is a volunteer who encourages positive action and wants to make a difference to [...]
AGE UK are now running Free Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Sessions. These will take place every Monday for 7 weeks from 17th January at Plymouth Central library from 2pm to 4pm. The AGE UK booklet can be found here.
Routeways and Plymouth Argyle are now open for February half term breaks and activities. To find out a full list of activities available, please visit https://bookwhen.com/shortbreaks#focus=ev-s42b-20190219100000
For Thrive Plymouth's Year 5, the focus is Connecting People Through Food. In preparation for this, Thrive have teamed up with Food Plymouth to help deliver Sugar Smart Plymouth which is one of six projects aiming to help Plymouth achieve Silver Status as a Sustainable Food City. Sugar Smart are [...]
For those who attended the last PDAA meeting, there was a discussion regarding the Alzheimer's Society 'Fix Dementia Care' Campaign. If you are looking to further your interest into this subject, please take a look at the Alzheimer's Society report included here or head to the Alzheimer’s Society website to [...]
Chris, who many of you will know from our regular meetings, left the Plymouth Mental Health Network after the very successful Mental Health Festival in the Autumn. We thank him for all his hard work on behalf of the Network and wish him well in all he does in the future. [...]
Impact Report on the Red Cross Connecting Communities to tackle loneliness and social isolation. Available below to download... Connecting CommunitiesDownload
Cruse Devon have now finalised the dates for their volunteer training and are accepting applications. The following information is now being uploaded onto the main Cruse website, to request course information and an application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know whether you would like to attend on Mondays or Thursdays, [...]
The Cass+ November Report is now available, download it here: November 2018 CASSPLUS reportDownload
We've been working on something exciting here at Mental Health Foundation... and we are thrilled to announce the launch of MHF Live, our brand new music fundraising initiative! Watch the video about MHF Live here MHF Live encourages our supporters – that's you! – to host music events that challenge [...]
The next PDAA meeting will be on: Monday the 21st of January, 10:30am to 12:30pm (Venue to be arranged). For those of you who were at the last meeting and would like to be endorsers of the Salzburg Statement, just let us know. The wording of the Statement is below: Salzburg [...]
Restaurant staffed by people living with Dementia opens in Bristol. Michelin Star Chef Josh Eggleton opened a new restaurant in Bristol for four weeks in November and December that is set to feature in a new Channel 4 Documentary. See local press report here
Colebrook have released their 2017 / 2018 Impact Report, it's available to download below: Impact Report 17-18Download
The Prince's Trust have released information on their new Get Into and Get Started courses running locally along with the next dates for the Enterprise Programme across Devon & Cornwall - more information below: GET STARTED WITH Sports Activities Jan 19Download Get Into Construction Poster Jan 2019Download Enterprise Poster 2018 [...]