Epsom Mental Health & Well-Being Festival 2018

New Beginnings

Following the success of the 10th Anniversary Epsom Mental Health Week, this year’s theme will be “New Beginnings”.  Each day brings a new beginning and each day of the festival will bring opportunities to participate in a variety of events and activities which are all free to attend. 

Epsom Mental Health & Well-Being Festival is organised by a local charity, Love Me Love My Mind and one thing that isn’t new is the warm welcome you will receive – whether it’s to take part, help as a volunteer or to come and find a quiet space.  Please save the dates October the 6th – 13th 2018 in your diaries and look out for more information nearer the time. 

Yours sincerely,

Sue Bull
Chair of Love Me Love My Mind

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Come to Our Epsom Mental Health & Well-Being Festival

Epsom Mental Health & Well-Being Festival is held in early October and comprises a week of activities devoted to mental health and well-being: providing a forum for discussion, sharing information and providing answers to questions people may have. We are able to offer talks and workshops about a wide variety of topics.

Although the issue is so often hidden and unexplored, there are few things in life more important than mental health. In every respect mental health impacts on all our lives- it is a very rare person who does not know sadness and anxiety, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem in any one year and there is a sizeable group of people, some 2-3% of the population, whose lives are seriously affected by more severe and enduring mental health difficulties. The World Health Organisation has predicted that by 2020, depression will be the leading cause of disability in the world, and 1 in 4 people over 80 living in the UK today will develop dementia.