Epsom Mental Health & Well-Being Festival

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Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival 3rd-10th October 2020

We have had to change our plans in the light of the pandemic. The Festival is going ahead but will be online, with Festival at Home Packs for people who do not have access to the internet. The theme for this year will be Seeds of hope in uncertain times.

The timetable contains a detailed list of all the events occurring during the week: Epsom Mental Health Week 2020 Timetable

Zoom Meetings
Sadly we are not able to have our usual planning meetings with lunch but we will be having zoom meetings

12 noon @ 14th and 28th September.

Everyone is welcome.
Please email info@lovemelovemymind.org.uk for further details.

Every year we hope that the Festival will be better than the year before. This year it will certainly be different, but will hopefully still offer a great Week for all.

Thank you for all your support.

 

Kind regards,

Sue Bull
Chair of Love Me Love My Mind

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Come to Our Epsom Mental Health and Well-Being Festival

Epsom Mental Health and 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.