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Malcolm Runs For Bath Mind

    Hello, I’m Malcolm and I will be running The London Marathon on 24th April 2016. This will be the first time I have run 3 marathons in a 12 month period and my 22 full marathon since starting running … Continue reading

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Parity of Esteem

This is what treatment for a broken leg would be like if physical health services were the same as mental health services. Imagine that you trip and hurt your leg. You go to your GP because it seems quite bad, … Continue reading

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Come As You Are Blog

Recently Your Voice was asked to feature a  piece from the Come As You Are Blog, an anonymous blog with underlying themes of mental health. Created by the young for the young, Come As You Are Blog is a safe … Continue reading

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New Chair at Bath Mind

Hello – I’m Kate McDonnell and I’m the new chair of Bath Mind. I want to start by paying a tribute to my predecessor, Richard Ellis. He has been a trustee and chair of Bath Mind for many years, contributing … Continue reading

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End of the Advocacy and Mentoring Service?

Now, this is  on a much more serious note. The Mentoring and Advocacy Department of Bath Mind including the much valued befriending service will cease to be on the 31st of March 2015*. They have had to manage without funding … Continue reading

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Theatre Production at Bath Spa University

What a great week we have had here at Red Room Productions, with the final rehearsals of Borderland, a physical theatre production complete, we are ready to go, and really looking forward to sharing this new and compelling work with … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post by Ben Howlett Conservative MP for Bath

It was a privilege this week to get the opportunity to speak in this week’s debate in Parliament on Mental Health. Contributions to the debate were measured and reasoned with many MPs speaking from their own experiences with mental health, … Continue reading

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