This year we are asking you to join us. Stand with us: raise awareness, start conversations, reduce stigma, donate, fundraise and prioritise your own mental health and wellbeing, and the mental health and wellbeing of everyone in Lancashire.   

The pandemic has seen millions of people experience a mental health condition or see someone close to them struggle. Support networks have disappeared and contact with others has been greatly reduced.  

Mental Health Awareness Week's hosts, The Mental Health Foundation, have chosen Nature for this year's theme. "Nature is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world." Mental Health Foundation

We are delighted to bring you a week packed full of content themed around nature and mental health. Keep reading for full details.

How can I get involved?

  • Give & Grow Boxes - treat yourself
  • Breaking Boundaries 2021 - sign up
  • #NatureinMind - take photos
  • Share our content - just one click

Give & Grow Boxes

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week theme is Nature and Lancashire Mind is excited to be offering Give & Grow Boxes. This year we have created gift boxes packed with nature-themed items and activities designed to give you a wellbeing boost. 

Perfect as a gift for you or a loved one, the packs contain: Happiness Quote Cards - Cornflower seeds - Origami craft activity - Twig frame craft activity - Cord wristband with nature charm - Literature from Lancashire Wildlife Trust and a few special boxes will also include a hand-crafted bee. We have just 100 boxes available with all donations going to Lancashire Mind.

Thank you to our Corporate Partners Zebra Technologies for sponsoring our Give & Grow Boxes.

Get your Give & Grow Box here

Breaking Boundaries 2021 

Starting at the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Week we need you to help us travel an incredible, collective 1668 miles- that's four times around the palatine boundary of Lancashire. Everyone has mental health and as a charity we are here for the 4 in 4 as well as the 1 in 4 who live with a mental health condition. We are doing this for everyone as everyone in Lancashire deserves to have good mental health. Find out more here.

#NatureInMind

Look out for our social media campaign asking you to share photos out in nature and what it is about nature that brings you joy, peace, energy and generally boosts your wellbeing. 

Share our content 

Throughout Mental Health Awareness Week, we will be sharing resources, blogs, posts and more across our social media accounts. Please share these updates with your networks and help us to raise awareness. 

Read our Mental Health Awareness Week Blogs here

You can access Mind resources here

Working in partnership with Lancashire Wildlife Trust 

We are delighted to be working with Lancashire Wildlife Trust throughout Mental Health Awareness Week. Look out for lots of content on our social media. Check out the links below to find out more about them and how you can get more involved with nature locally.

Find out more about Lancashire Wildlife Trust here 

Read their nature themed blogs here

Find out here about: Myplace, A natural way to wellbeing

Watch the Myplace YouTube channel here

View the Nearby Nature Report here

View the Every Child Report here

View Publication reports here

Lancashire Mind is a company limited by guarantee (company number 3888655) and a registered charity in England and Wales (registered number 1081427) at 80-82 Devonshire Road, Chorley, Lancs, PR7 2DR. Lancashire Mind are registered with the Fundraising Regulator. For all enquiries, call us on 01257 231660.
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