Active Citizen of the year 2021

Many congratulations to our treasurer, Mike Reeves, on being made Active Citizen of the year 2021 by Epsom & Ewell Borough Council. Mike has received the award for his outstanding contribution to public life over many decades, and more recently for his work for Love Me Love My Mind during the pandemic.

Coping with Alzheimer’s – Maisie and Sarah

If you, or someone you know, is experiencing the many challenges of living with Alzheimer’s, we hope that this booklet, titled “Maisie and Sarah” and written by Love Me Love My Mind’s very own chair Sue Bull, will offer some comfort and advice to you.  It details the many different aspects that people living with … Read more

Important Update – Epsom Mental Health Week 2020

Dear Friends I hope that you and your loved ones are well at this very difficult and challenging time. If there is anything that you think I could do to make life a little better for you, please do let me know. The drop in at home is meeting weekly, sometimes more often, via email, … Read more

Changing times

For the past 18 months Allen Price, one of our Trustees, has been unwell and he has decided now to resign as a Trustee. This is a sad day for Love Me Love My Mind. Allen has given tirelessly of himself in so many ways. He has been at the annual Epsom Mental Health Weeks … Read more

Marks and Spencer Epsom

Sue Bull, Mike Reeves, and Allen Price trustees of Love Me Love My Mind were delighted to receive a cheque for £2095.62 from the team at M&S Epsom and thanks to all the staff who raised these funds. Love Me Love My Mind is a small registered charity based in Epsom Surrey which aims to … Read more

Life at Love Me Love My Mind

The weather. How we love to speak about the weather. It’s so hot. It’s so cold. We need rain. I wish it would stop raining. Wrong type of snow. And just occasionally, it’s just right. And that is how it was on 3 June when the Monday drop in had a trip on the river. … Read more

‘Finding Your Way’ is a directory of local services for people who have been bereaved by suicide.

‘Finding Your Way’ is a directory of local services for people who have been bereaved by suicide. It’s been co-pro duced with people who have been bereaved by suicide, 3rd sector services & health and social care professionals. The directory contains a range of specialist suicide bereavement services in the local area, such as: Peer … Read more

Monday Drop-in Summer 2019 Term

Summer Term 2019 29th April Welcome back 6th May Bank holiday – no drop-in 13th May Origami with UCA 20th May LMLMM Annual General Meeting at 3:30pm followed by a talk from Max Pemberton at the drop-in 27th May Bank holiday – no drop-in 3rd June Leaving at 3:30pm for Hampton Court Boat Trip with … Read more