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Community Allotment Project

We’re delighted to announce a new community allotment project opening in Tonbridge on Friday 20 October. This is a great community space for people to come together and grow together. No previous experience necessary as Jane, our Wellbeing Project Worker and professional gardener, will be on hand. This is a partnership project with Clarion Housing....

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Candlelit Concert

To mark World Mental Health Day and in memory of Oli Max Cavey, West Kent Mind and Sue Glass are hosting a candlelit concert to raise awareness and tackle the stigma around mental health for young people in our community. Friday 20 October at St John’s Church in Hildenborough. The evening promises to be heartwarming and informative!...

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Mental Health First Aid in Sevenoaks

We are delighted to announce a new adult Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) 2-day training in Sevenoaks. Friday 24 November and Monday 27 November. Through the use of subsidised venues and as part of our charitable mission, we can offer this valuable programme at only £120. Book online...

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New Blue Run

Sign up online (until 2pm on Friday) for our New Blue 5k Run through the beautiful Knole Park this Sunday 15 October 2017, starting at 11.30am. Or pay on the day. Suitable for all ages and abilities, note though that the run is not timed. Each finisher will receive a medal and a goody bag. Show your support for West Kent Mind by wearing blue on the day. Let’s turn Knole Park blue!...

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Solace Café update

The new Solace Café in Tonbridge has supported over 160 people with mental health problems in its first 5 months. The café, which opened on 20 April 2017, offers a welcoming safe space for anyone who feels they may be at risk of a mental health crisis. As intended, the café has reduced the demand on other key out-of hours-services. 29 people said they used the Solace Café instead of going to A&E 47 said they used the café instead of contacting the NHS Crisis Team 2 said they used the café instead of calling the police Clients have said...

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