Andrew Shakeshaft, Sam White, Reem Jaafar, Philippa Parry and Reuben Pierrepoint, all young people from various Senior Schools in Monmouth (Monmouth School, Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls and Monmouth Comprehensive School) organised a Talent show called ‘Monmouth’s got Talent’ at the Blake’s Theatre in Monmouth to raise money for Mind Monmouthshire. The event was an enormous success and raised a total of £3243.78 the organisation.
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This digital storytelling session is a chance for you to come and find out about telling your story, and your experiences of mental health.It aims to help you understand the purpose and importance of sharing your story and experiences of having a mental health problem.
*Change of Venue* As of 28 June 2016, The War Games group will be relocating to Mardy Park Resource Centre, Hereford Road, Abergavenny. This free class will run every Tuesday, between the hours of 1pm - 3pm. The change in venue will also allow the group to try some pottery. Read, create things, bring along your projects to share, in a relaxed environment - a place to talk, laugh and unwind from the stresses of life!For further information please contact Jill on 07950 889415 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Universal Credit is coming to Monmouthshire in September 2015. This factsheet gives youup-to-date information about how it affects anyone already getting benefits because ofill-health
Universal Credit is coming to Monmouthshire in September 2015. This factsheet gives you up-to-date information about how it affects awaiting individuals a decision on their Employment and Support.
The Changing Minds Project which is funded by the Big Lottery and based at local Mind offices in Abergavenny and Caldicot has been shortlisted for the prestigious Children and Young People Now Award-2015.