02 Oct

Useful information for those affected by dementia

Dementia UK has just published five new leaflets to support people receiving a diagnosis of dementia. Written by their team of Admiral Nurses, they cover the following topics: The emotional impact of receiving a diagnosis, how roles and relationships might change, dealing with stigma, staying healthy, dementia and driving. The new leaflets and many others…

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29 Sep

A ray of sunshine in a difficult year 💛

  Let #HelloYellow be your something to look forward to! 2020 hasn’t been the year we all imagined it would be, it’s been tough. We all need a ray of sunshine right now – #HelloYellow on Friday 9 October is a great opportunity for us all to come together for World Mental Health Day, wear yellow…

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14 Sep

Take on your own Memory Walk this September

Defeating dementia starts with a single step Memory Walk may look a little different this year, but completing your own walk is a fun and flexible way to make a real difference and every pound raised is one step closer towards life-changing dementia breakthroughs. Whether you complete it on your own, with your household or…

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08 Jul

Let’s come together for #HelloYellow

  Let’s come together for #HelloYellow At a time when it’s needed most, let’s come together for #HelloYellow on Friday 9 October 2020 and join thousands of others in wearing yellow for World Mental Health Day and raising vital funds for YoungMinds. We know you and the young people in your lives have been going…

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15 Jan

FACT (Fighting All Cancers Together) Appeals

Please see the posters for FACT (Fighting All Cancers Together). If anyone wants any further details please call the main office number 091 442 0833 or email  hayley.springgay@fact-cancersupport.co.uk. Donations can either be dropped into the shop or made via the Just Giving link https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/FACTCancerNorthTyneside?utm_term=xpD9ZaWmP Download the posters: 2020 Cancer Challenge Great North Cancer Coffee Morning…

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30 Mar

On our 25th Anniversary, join our fight for young people’s mental health

This year we turn 25. That’s 25 years of seeing many changes in mental health support for children and young people. And now, the spotlight is on young people’s mental health like never before. But if you need help, it’s still much too hard to find. When we spoke to more than 1,600 parents who’ve…

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