Events

Events-page-intro-imageThis page features local, regional and national events linked to mental health.

If you are holding an event and would like to publicise it on this page please get in touch.

Thinking of holding an event but need some extra support?  

We can provide a bespoke events management service - for further details and for examples of previous MHNE events please click here.

 

Planting for the Future - Garden Fayre [Stanley]

St Stephen’s Community Centre
Saturday 25th May 11am TO 2pm

  • Come along and talk to the team and local residents about your garden.
  • ‘grow your own’ on a budget
  • fill your garden with bee loving plants

FOR MORE INFORMATION call Stacey on 0191 233 8432
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A partnership between : Karbon Homes, MHNE, South Stanley Partnership, Muddy Boots, Northern Aspects Landscaping
and Sarah Wayt (holistic therapist)

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A Weight Off Your Mind Workshop - 23rd May [Middlesborough]

North East Together will be holding a workshop, looking at publishing a booklet by service users about what the barriers are to people losing weight and how services and workers can best support people.

Thursday 23rd May 1pm to 4pm St Mary’s Centre, 90 Corporation Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 2RW.

A workshop will take place in Middlesbrough to review some work carried out last year by North East together, Public Health England and researchers from Teesside University at case studies of people with complex needs who may want to lose weight and what support is needed to help them do this.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided as will reasonable travel expenses for service users and carers.

If you have any questions, please contact Mish Loraine This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Mobile 07902 403630

Dementia Cafe in Gosforth now fortnightly

Silverline Memories are increasing the frequency of Gosforth's Dementia Cafe to fortnightly.  The next session will be on Monday July 14th from 1pm-3pm in the Community Room of St. Aidan's  Church, Brunton Park, Newcastle, NE3 5NF.

Anyone living with a diagnosis of Dementia is welcome to attend with a Carer.   Full details and dates of future sessions can be found here: http://www.silverlinememories.com/dementiacafes.html

Newcastle's Information Now website has details of a range of places that older people can visit for good food in Newcastle. Some organisations offer special discounts for older people and others provide a tailored service such as lunch clubs where you can socialise with other like minded people.

The site has Lunch and Leisure Clubs, Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) lunch groups, Coffee Mornings, Tea Clubs, Dementia Cafes, Tea Dances, Tea Parties, Food and Friends.

Why not visit the site for more information and add your event if it's not already listed:  http://informationnow.org.uk/articles/580/food-and-friends