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Mental Health Awareness Week: 10 wild ways to boost your wellbeing

A guest blog from the Lancashire Wildlife Trust in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.
10 May 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week: Reflecting on what nature means to me

​As the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 is nature, it encouraged me to reflect on what nature means to me and how it benefits me.
10 May 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week: We are Humans

Reflecting on the theme of nature for Mental Health Awareness Week brought to mind something that I feel many of us forget - that we are humans.
10 May 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week: Mary's Story

This is Mary, a beautiful young woman, working for the NHS as a trainee nursing associate.
6 May 2021

Mindset is the key to unlocking the country when it comes to mental health

As we near 29th March, our coordinator Paula shares her top tips for adapting to the lockdown roadmap and to change throughout 2021.
22 Mar 2021

Emma: Finding the thing which makes you smile

Lancashire Mind volunteer Emma blogs about how sewing has helped her wellbeing.
15 Feb 2021

Lee: My lockdown experience

Lee faced health challenges during lockdown and shares his experience with us.
4 Nov 2020

Sharon: Learning something new boosts your wellbeing.

Sharon tells us how taking up a new hobby and learning something new has improved her wellbeing.
27 Oct 2020

Sharon: Learning something new boosts your wellbeing.

Sharon tells us how taking up a new hobby and learning something new has improved her wellbeing.
27 Oct 2020

Lisa: Many say that suicide is selfish.

Lancashire Mind supporter Lisa shares her experience of losing a close friend to suicide.
9 Sep 2020

Paula: ​On July 16th 2013 I tried to end my life.​

Paula shares her personal experience of suicide and why it is so important to talk openly about our mental health.
8 Sep 2020

Hannah: Lessons learnt from my furlough experience

Hannah shares how her time at home on furlough has brought both challenges and opportunities
19 Aug 2020

Emma: Why Our Fundraisers Are The Best

Emma, our Fundraising Lead, reveals how the community's supporters help to drive the mental health revolution across Lancashire.
29 Jul 2020

Mabel: On Coaching Children and Young People during Lock-down

Mabel shares some insight into her Children in Need-funded role and the challenges COVID-19 has brought to her work.
21 Jul 2020

Janice: Maintaining Supported Housing during the COVID-19 crisis.

How a pandemic has affected our tenancy management services, for us and for our tenants.
6 Jul 2020

Holly: The Impact of COVID-19 and Change on our Mental Health

We asked our colleague, Holly, to talk us through the guide she created to support those working from home, on furlough and going through redundancy.
29 Jun 2020

Jess: Our work with schools during lockdown

We asked Jess how the Community Development Team has evolved the support we provide for schools, staff, pupils, parents and carers during lockdown.
24 Jun 2020

Men's Health Week CEO 's message

As we come to the end of men's health week, we hear Lancashire Mind's CEO Tommy McIIravey's message to Lancashire men.
18 Jun 2020

Men's Health Week Staff Blog by Zac Wilde

When planning Men's Health Week, we knew we had to talk to Zac, whose work on self-harm and suicide meant he had a powerful angle on the subject.
17 Jun 2020
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