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Pride 2024

We’re celebrating #pridemonth. We’re here all year round for anyone who’s LGBTQIA+. But Pride is a special time to celebrate, to protest, to reflect. Even with all the progress of recent years, those of us who identify as LGBTQIA+ are still more likely to face discrimination. Abuse. Stigma. The effect this can have on your […]

Volunteer Week 2024

Volunteer Week is taking place between the 3rd and 9th June. And it’s a perfect opportunity to say a huge and heartfelt thank you to all our dedicated volunteers. We couldn’t lead the fight for mental health without our volunteers. Cornwall Mind volunteers play a huge part in everything we do.Here at Cornwall Mind we […]

New Music Workshop in Penzance

Introducing our new free Healthy Rhythms Music Workshop in Penzance. Starting on the 1st of July, every Monday for 6 weeks. Music can have a positive impact on our mental health. We all have the ability to create and respond to music. Healthy Rhythms uses this connection to help people improve their emotional wellbeing. Learn […]

Creative Minds

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We’re delighted to launch our new Creative Minds groups in Wadebridge and Bude. Nourishing our natural creativity can help build and protect resilience and speed up recovery. Our free Creative Minds group offers a relaxed space where you can focus on your wellbeing and express your creative ideas through poetry, art, music and writing. Using […]

Mental Health Awareness Week 2024

Every year, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem. Many people are speaking more openly about their own experiences and seeking support. But there are still so many people urgently waiting, not getting the help they need. An estimated 2 million people are on waiting lists for NHS mental health services. […]

New Bodmin walking group

We’re delighted to launch our new Bodmin Walking Group. It starts on Monday 13th May  from 10 am – 12 noon. Joining a walking group is a great way to stay active and connect with others. Research shows there’s more health benefits when we walk with others. Exercise releases feel-good hormones that make you feel […]

Volunteer with us!

We couldn’t lead our fight for mental health in Cornwall without our amazing volunteers. They play a huge part in everything we do and we are very proud of them. We rely on our volunteers to help us deliver our services and support our day-to-day work, and we want to expand our team! We need […]

Stress Awareness Month

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April marks Stress Awareness Month. We all feel stressed sometimes. Many aspects of life can cause stress. You may feel stressed if you: Are facing major changes in your life Feel worried about something Have partially or completely lost control over the outcome of a situation Feel overwhelmed by your responsibilities Lacking work, activities or […]

If it’s okay campaign

“It’s okay to not be okay.” It’s one of the most famous lines in mental health campaigning. But for lots of us who are struggling, it doesn’t always feel like it’s okay. In a recent poll we found that 56% of respondents experiencing mental ill health still feel ashamed. And feeling shame stops people getting […]

New group for Wadebridge

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We’re bringing our 5 Ways to Wellbeing programme to Wadebridge. It starts on Tuesday 16 April and runs from 1 – 3 pm for 6 weeks. It’s for anyone over 18 that wants to improve their wellbeing. Learn about each of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing and how you can incorporate them into everyday life. […]

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