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The Summer edition of our e-news and the August/September issue of What's On, are now available to download.
If you have personal experience of mental health problems - either currently or in the last 12 months - we would like to understand more about your experiences of mental health support through completing our online survey.
RB Mind is really excited to announce that we are taking part in the FSI Small Charity Week Auction and are fortunate to be selling a rugby ball signed by the 2016-17 Harlequins Rugby squad. The auction runs from the 22nd June until the 2nd July.
Join us on Monday 19 June in Twickenham to find out more about the future of mental health services in Richmond and have your say on the changes you want to see.
The June/July edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download. This publication, which is produced bi-monthly, gives service users, family and friends and professionals an overview of current activity that is taking place across the organisation.
Richmond Borough Mind is working in partnership with Richmond Carers Centre to deliver their Carers Conference and we are delighted to invite you to attend. It will take place on Thursday, 15 June during National Carers Week and will be held at York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA.
Well done to all our walkers who took part in Walking Out of Darkness, a 10 mile walk around London to raise awareness of mental health.
A massive well done and thank you to our runners that took part in the London Marathon on 23rd April. Between them Hannah and Andrew raised almost £5,700 for RB Mind.
On 12 April, there will be a special music show fundraiser for RB Mind at the Vineyard Community Centre, Richmond, TW10 6A. The event has been organised by Lewis Ajegbo. There will be two bands playing. First up will be Lewis and Sergi Cunhill on vocals and keyboard respectively. The style is alternative-pop with jazz and folk influences. During the interval there will be a talk on mental health from Richmond Borough Mind volunteer, Georgie Williams.
The April/May 2017 edition of Richmond Borough Mind's newsletter, What's On, is now available to download.