Selected photographs taken at North Tyneside World Mental Health Day 2015 celebrations.
Follow this link to a short video uploaded by Steve Cowgill from Key Enterprises, one of the organisers of the North Tyneside World Mental Health Day 2015 event.
North Tyneside World Mental Health Day will be held on October 9th 2015 between 11am to 8pm at Cullercoats Crescent Club. This years theme is DIGNITY.
We’ll provide lunch and evening buffets at 12.15 and 5.30pm.
Throughout the day there will be creative, fun, thought provoking activities and opportunities to share experiences of mental health issues and service provision.
We have also secured fantastic prizes for a raffle, to help us cover our costs including: a refurbished bike (to fit your needs); days out; hampers; and gift vouchers.
If you or your organisation would like to donate any funds or prizes, they would be gratefully received. All Funds collected will go to cover our costs and any surplus will go towards future events or activities for Service Users and Carers in North Tyneside. Please also see the attached letter.
Due to space constraints you can send/bring your organisational leaflets and publicity and they will be displayed on tables and you can put up posters on the wall. However, if you want to provide a service or activity we can provide space for that, but not the usual market-stall type thing, just tables with info unless you can provide an activity. Please get in touch to discuss further if needed and Please arrive early if you are dropping off leaflets on the day.
The shape of the day
11am – Service Providers and professionals
(Who are also welcome and encouraged to stay and attend and/or help for the rest of the day). Opened by Wendy Burke- Public Health and contributions by Carers North Tyneside and ISOS Housing and The Mental Health Provider Forum
Everyone welcome for the rest of the day
1pm – Service Users experiences opened by Councillor Lesley Spillard, including drama performances
3.30 pm – Young people’s Experiences, Opened by the Young Mayor – Abbie Armstrong, including art and creativity for young people and all
5.30-8pm – Food, fun, music and performance by the Keynotes
Please help us make this a huge success by circulating this info, coming along, bringing service users, members and clients of organisations and groups and donate what you can.
On behalf of the very enthusiastic
World Mental Health Day Planning Group – North Tyneside
We are very grateful for financial help and support from Isos Housing, North Tyneside Public Health, Altering Images of Mentality for their financial contributions and Cullercoats Crescent Club for their generous contribution of the venue.
For more information or you’d like to get involved email Marcia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please could you circulate to your contacts and/or print out and put on your local notice boards.