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Upcoming Mental Health First Aid Training

We are pleased to announce the following upcoming training: Mental Health First Aid 18th and 19th June 2018 9:30am – 4:30pm at our Bristol Mind Offices.  Please see Eventbrite  for further details and to book a place.

Invitation from Unite the union

As part of their Disability History Month Seminar, Unite invited Bristol Mind to come to Tony Benn House in Bristol, and talk about Wellbeing at Work issues with particular  reference to the Thriving at Work report that was published in… Read more

Promoting our Transline Service

The annual Mind leadership conference was held at the end of November in Coventry.  Tom Hore (Bristol Mind) and Andy Pritchard (Mind in Taunton and West Somerset) gave a joint presentation about Transline (our Transgender helpline that we run in… Read more

Bristol City Council Workplace Wellbeing Charter Awards

On November 20th , Tom Hore (Director of Bristol Mind) was invited to speak on ‘Wellbeing at Work and what Organisations can do’ at the Bristol Workplace Wellbeing Charter awards celebration event, held at City Hall, organised by Bristol City… Read more

Bouygues Construction

‘Bristol Mind took part in a number of activities for World Mental health day this year, one of these was a presentation delivered to staff at Bouygues construction at their Bristol site.  For Bouygues  it was part of a nationally… Read more

Kier Construction raise £6,000 for Bristol Mind

Kier construction raise £6,000 for Bristol Mind in 2020 challenge One of the UK’s largest construction companies have just presented Bristol Mind with a cheque for an incredible £6,000  from their 2020 Challenge.   Starting at the most northerly Kier site… Read more

Mates in Mind

Tom Hore, Bristol Mind Director, was recently invited by Willmott Dixon construction onto their Finzels Reach site in  central Bristol to give a talk on mental health and wellbeing at work to workers at the site.  Willmott Dixon made the… Read more

National Minds Election Manifesto

‘The 2017 general election is only two weeks away.   National Mind have produced an election manifesto for better mental health entitled  ‘Making it happen’  The mental health of the nation should be central to government policy making.  Click on this… Read more