Dr Max Pemberton

Welcome to Love Me, Love My Mind.

We are a small, grassroots charity based in Epsom, Surrey, that was started to promote better understanding of mental health and to support the wellbeing of everyone in the local community. The charity runs a weekly drop in and Let’s Talk Epsom. It also organises the Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival, an annual week-long event which brings people together, regardless of their background, to understand one another, to celebrate each of us, to learn and laugh and offer support and love.

We might not have the big budgets of some of the national charities, but what we lack in funds we make up for in passion. If you’d like to know more, come to an event or offer your help or support then do get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.

We’re part of the Local Community Fund

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End Stigma Surrey Survey

Time to Change Surrey is the local campaign and programme to raise awareness and reduce stigma around mental health and more information about it can be found on the website Time To Change Surrey – Let’s end mental health discrimination in Surrey (endstigmasurrey.org.uk). There has been a change of provider for the anti-stigma service in Surrey and to help target the service to where it is most needed, we have developed a survey.

We want to hear from people with experience of mental health problems (either direct or indirect e.g. as a carer, family member, friend), about any stigma or discrimination they may have faced, or may face.

The online survey takes about 10-15 minutes and is available to complete by clicking here. Or by pasting this link into the url bar www.surreysays.co.uk/iai/end-stigma-surrey-survey/

If you wish to receive the survey on paper or in another format/language, then please: Email: info@endstigmasurrey.org.uk or Phone/SMS: 07767865985

Time to Change Surrey

Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival
We are all in this together
9th – 16th October 2021

Download Festival brochure

The Festival is now over.

We thank everyone who has taken part and joined us.

If you have missed a session…
We hope to have the Zoom videos available soon after the festival.

Support Love Me – Love My Mind

Love Me Love My Mind is now set up to receive donations via the Amazon Smile campaign.  Please help us by shopping.

Amazon will donate to Love Me Love My Mind, at no cost to you.

All Prime members who shop using AmazonSmile during Prime Day (21 & 22 June) will generate double donations on all eligible purchases.

How does AmazonSmile work?
When first visiting the site, customers are prompted to select a charitable organisation.
Amazon will give 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT and other shipping fees) of eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organisations selected by customers.

Love Me Love My Mind Amazon link is:

Life in Lockdown 2020

In March 2020 the Monday drop in met for the last time before Lockdown. We agreed that we would keep in touch by a weekly newsletter. This was good, but something more was needed to help pass the days and the weeks and the months… And so the idea of a ‘Life in Lockdown’ book came into being. It was an opportunity for everyone in the group to create something good and permanent from a challenging time.
The book tells the Lockdown stories of those who felt able to take part.
You can view the book by opening on the following link.

View the book

PDF file size is 11MB

Life in Lockdown 2020

Some more Lockdown reflections from some of the amazing members of the Love Me Love My Mind Monday drop in.

View the book

PDF file size is 29MB

Treasures of Lockdown 2021

Monday Drop-In

The Monday drop in last met together as a group on 16 March 2020. Since then, we have stayed in touch via a weekly newsletter which often contains an activity and always holds an edible treat.

During the year, the group has produced a book – Life in Lockdown – and a calendar for 2021. We are looking forward to the time when we shall be able to meet together. Until then, we are planning to create another book and the newsletters will continue. If you would like to receive a copy of the weekly newsletter, please ring 01372 721518, email info@lovemelovemymind.org.uk or write to Sue at LMLMM, St Barnabas Church, Temple Road, Epsom KT19 8HA.

You will be very welcome indeed.

Let’s Talk Epsom

We are now pleased to announce that our peer support session Let’s Talk Epsom will be meeting in person again following our hiatus in line with COVID-19 restrictions.

Starting from Wednesday 7th July, the sessions will be held at a new venue:
Epsom Methodist Church close to the town centre.

They will run every Wednesday from 7pm-9pm, and all are welcome to attend.
It has been a challenging year for us all in varying degrees, so we are keen to lend an ear again to support the difficulties that the pandemic and lockdowns have brought.
The sessions will adhere to medical guidelines for health and safety, so volunteers and attendees are required to wear facemasks indoors.
Please note that to comply with the Test and Trace Policy, we will be required to record names and contact details.

Please do not hesitate to contact the group for support or signposting to resources.

Email: letstalkepsom@btinternet.com


Download this months Newsletter:

APRIL 2021

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