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We are sorry to announce the death of Wendy Valentine, a long term friend of mental health in the borough. In 1985 Wendy became manager of Centre 32, and the first employee of Twickenham Mind, and held the post for several years.
When she retired, she readily agreed to a new role as a trustee, and played a very valuable role in the group in that capacity. Fund raising and catering were just two of the areas in which she involved herself.
After the merger with Richmond and Barnes Mind, she was supportive of Richmond Borough Mind as a whole. She continued to take minutes of Twickenham area meetings and did so for the Ham Friends group for a while.
She was greatly regarded by clients, trustees and volunteers, and will be sadly missed.
Former Treasurer Twickenham/RBMind
27 October 2017
RB Mind has submitted an application to the Aviva Community Fund which awards grants to small charities that do good work in the community.
10 October 2017
Today is World Mental Health Day. This year's theme is mental health in the workplace and our staff have shared their thoughts on what this means to them on our Facebook page.
29 September 2017
The October/November edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.