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Max shaves his head for Cornwall Mind

Well done Max for fundraising for us! We really appreciate your support and we also think you look fab with your new hairdo! Max says, “I believe that mental health is very important, especially at the moment where people might be alone or struggling with what’s happening over the world right now. I’m shaving my

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Stay Active

More ideas to get active at home and outdoors  Active 10: A brisk daily walk is a great excuse to get outside and improve your health. The Active 10 app is a great way to help you monitor and gradually increase your brisk walking levels over time. Couch to 5k: This is a 9-week running

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Stay at home fitness

How to stay active at home We know that staying active can be good for your mental health, but now we have to stay at home, being active can feel like a challenge. There are many studies which have shown that doing physical activity can improve mental health. For example, it can help with: better sleep –

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How reconnecting with nature can heal the stresses of social distancing

We were sent this wonderful blog to share from Sarah Ivens A Green Prescription for Stress in Strange Times How reconnecting with nature can heal the stresses of social distancing When I’m tired, wrought, or worried about something (real or imagined), I turn to Mother Nature. Embracing the great outdoors, whatever the weather, unfailingly brings

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April, Stress Awareness Month

April marks the start of Stress Awareness Month Stress Awareness Month has been held every April, since 1992 to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic. Despite this running for 28 years we have got a long way to go. According to the Mental health Foundation 74% of

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We need your help!

Our Community Cafes are not able to run right now but our lovely team are keeping regular contact with the people that usually attend.They need support more than ever at this anxious time. We are not funded by Mind and rely on fundraising and small grants to keep afloat. The Coronavirus pandemic means we aren’t able

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Charity concert

We wanted to share this fantastic concert that was held in Kingston upon Thames in January. The group was called Philomela which is Latin for nightingale. They raised us £368.85! Thank you so much to everyone involved, every penny stays in Cornwall to help support our local communities.

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Help and Support during the Coronavirus Pandemic

There is great community spirit happening across the county during this difficult time. If you are isolated, lonely, can’t get to a shop easily, self isolating and can’t walk the dog, need a prescription getting or just want to hear a human voice, then here are some great sources of help and support starting. We

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