Mental Health First Aid Training in Jersey

The recent announcement by the UK Government that it is to place emphasis upon transforming the way that mental health problems are addressed, right across society and at every stage of life, is very welcome. In making her statement the Prime Minister said “For too long mental illness has been something of a hidden injustice […]

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Ten Christmas wellbeing tips

Mind supporters and staff share 10 tips for a restful Christmas. 1. Honesty Try to be honest with people if you’re finding things overwhelming and you’re not feeling up to getting involved in everything. Don’t be afraid to cancel plans if you’re not feeling up to it. Sometimes you need to put yourself first. – Laura […]

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Mind Jersey hosts ‘Shabby Chic to Antiques’ Weekend

Following the great success of similar events held during the last three years Mind Jersey is delighted to be hosting the ‘Shabby Chic to Antiques’ event at the RJA&HS at Trinity. Once again all of the stands available were taken very quickly and we are delighted to be welcoming stallholders from Jersey, Guernsey and the […]

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Speaker Line Up Announced for New Conference Promoting Healthy Young Minds

This two-day conference is being held for the first time on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th July in Jersey at the Radisson Blu Hotel. Victoria College and Mind Jersey have joined forces to help students, parents and professionals deal with mental health issues that affect young people. It is an excellent opportunity to share ideas […]

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Mental health charity to benefit from Barclays Jersey Boat Show

Mind Jersey will be the nominated charity for the 2016 Barclays Jersey Boat Show. The charity has been chosen by Barclays, the event’s lead sponsor, and will receive funds raised by Barclays’ activities, including the popular ‘Hook a Duck’ game. Barclays have been the lead sponsor of the Jersey Boat Show for the past seven […]

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Jersey Library celebrates World Book Night 2016 as passionate book lovers get ready to share their love of reading

Over 250 books to be gifted to people across Jersey on Saturday 23rd April. On 23rd April 2016, UNESCO international day of the book and Shakespeare’s birthday, 250,000 books of 20 specially printed World Book Night titles will be given by a network of volunteer reading enthusiasts and institutions around the UK. Since it began […]

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Mental Health Awareness Events

Mind Jersey has collaborated with Love Theatre to develop a Theatre in Education production for schools. The performance has been written and produced for Year 10 students and will be visiting seven secondary schools between the 27th and 29th April. Mind Jersey’s youth participation group, Youthful Minds, have worked very closely with Love Theatre to […]

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Charity football match between old boys from Victoria College and De La Salle to raise funds for Mind Jersey

Mind Jersey is to benefit from funds raised by a charity memorial football match at Springfield on Saturday 23rdApril. This is being organised in memory of James Stephen Bailey who passed away in January following a tough battle with mental illness. Former pupils from both schools, whom met competitively on a regular basis where James […]

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Jersey man running in the London Marathon for Mind Jersey

Mind Jersey is delighted that a young Jersey man, Tom Airey, has chosen to raise money on behalf of the local mental health charity whilst running in the London Marathon on Easter Sunday. Tom, who lives and works in London studied music at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and then linguistics for […]

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Mind Jersey Quiz Night

Mind Jersey recently held its 4th Annual Quiz Night and the event was a great success. Over 80 participants, grouped into 17 teams, battled it out through 8 diverse and challenging rounds. Eventual winners, the Goldfinches, improved on their second placing in 2014 and are the ones to watch next year. And there will be […]

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