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Growing a Lanarkshire Movement for Change

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Movement for Change Front

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Programme details, workshops and activities will be released soon through the website

 

Alzheimer Scotland - Tea and a blether

Thursday, January 15, 2015 By: Gerald | Tagged: |

Tea & a blether 2015

 

Alzheimer Scotland - Come Dine with Us

Thursday, January 15, 2015 By: Gerald | Tagged: |

Come dine with us - 24th Feb 2015

 

The Health and Wellness Hub 2015

Monday, January 12, 2015 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

The Health and Wellness Hub 2015

 

Carers’ Celebration - Friday 16th January 2015

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Carers' Celebration Event

 

Caring for Carers Lanarkshire

Friday, December 19, 2014 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Caring for Carers - Lanarkshire 'Relax Kids'

 

Let's talk about Mental Health - A Bun and a Blether

Monday, December 08, 2014 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Bun and a Blether

 

Forgewood Community Christmas Fayre

Friday, December 05, 2014 By: Iain | Tagged: , |

forgewood christmas fayre 2014

Find out about the new community centre at the Forgewood Community Christmas Fayre on 11 December between 5pm and 7.30pm with raffle, meet Santa, gift stalls, facepainting, tea & coffee, bingo, arts and crafts and information stalls!!!

Braidhurst High School, Dalriada Crescent, Motherwell

Entry by donation at the door

 

Football tackles suicide fears

Thursday, December 04, 2014 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Suicide prevention was the focus at Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility as teams battled it out in a 5-a-side football competition as part of National Suicide Prevention Week.

This was the eighth year of the competition and more than 150 players competed for the winners trophy on Wednesday 10 September. Twenty-six teams from across Lanarkshire took park, including sides from Barnardo's,  NHS Lanarkshire, Reeltime Music,North Lanarkshire Leisure. The winners of the tournament were the Fire Service with the players coming from different divisions across Lanarkshire and the runners were the McDonald's team from East Kilbride.

The event was organised by North Lanarkshire Council Social Work in partnership with Choose Life, NHS Lanarkshire and North Lanarkshire Leisure.

Lynne Cruickshank, Senior Officer for younger adults with said: "Sport is a great way to reach people with messages about suicide prevention. Being aware of the signs means we might notice when someone is considering suicide and we could then offer support and possibly help save a life.

"Everyday around two people die from suicide in Scotland with three out of four being male.

"Football can have a positive impact on mental wellbeing and participants were told about the impact suicide can have on the lives of not just those thinking about suicide, but the effect it can have on friends and family."

Scotlandhas the highest suicide rate in theUKand it is the leading cause of death in those under the age of 35 years.

Nicky Laughlin, Sport Development officer with North Lanarkshire Leisure added: "Football is a great way to bring people together and making them feel part of a team and community.

"Suicide has a devastating impact on lives and this event is a great way of raising awareness about what is a very sensitive issue which affects so many people. Every suicide is a tragic loss of life and we all have a role to play in suicide prevention."

Staff from the Terrance Higgins Trust, NHS Health Improvement, Action for Lone Parents and Phoenix Futures were amongst a number of stalls offering information and advice at the event.

Picture: Kevin O'Neil (NHS Lanarkshire), David Jackson (Fire and Rescue), Lynne Cruickshank (NLC Social Work), Nicky Laughlin (North Lanarkshire Leisure) and piper Jay Wilson.

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Well-informed will host a workshop by - Equals Advocacy Partnership on Advocacy and Mental Health

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 By: Gerald | Tagged: , |

Well-informed will host a workshop - Equals Advocacy Partnership on Advocacy and Mental Health

 

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