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Mental Health

Good mental health helps us relax, achieve more and enjoy our lives more.


There’s lots of information below to support you if you need help managing stress, anxiety, boosting your mood and helping you sleep. You could try managing your mood with food and find out if alcohol could be affecting your mental health long-term, there’s also support for young people, carers and if you’ve been affected by suicide.

Mark from Compass Recovery College in his video talks about his personal mental health experience and how Compass Recovery College help. And local residents Darren and his 14 year old son Jay tell us what a difference getting out in the fresh air made to their relationship and wellbeing, it’s a heart-warming watch.


Take the quiz

Take the NHS quiz and get a personalised plan to help with your wellbeing, answer just 5 quick questions to get your free plan to help you deal with stress and anxiety, improve your sleep, boost your mood and feel more in control.


Manage your mood with food!

Did you know improving your diet may help:

  • improve your mood

  • give you more energy

  • help you think more clearly

5 steps to wellbeing

There is evidence that there are just 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing; good relationships, getting active, new skills, kindness and being in the moment. Try them! They could help you feel more positive and get the most out of life


Meet Mark

Mark shares his very real life experience of mental health; from homelessness, losing his job, hearing voices, ending up in the hospital, to where he is today and his coping strategies. A powerful watch and we’re grateful to Mark for sharing his story.


Alcohol might have a short-term positive impact on your mood – but what about long term?


Spotting the signs alcohol might be affecting your mental health is an important first step towards understanding your drinking. If you’re worried or would like to find out more contact Change Grow Live Reading.


Darren and Jay started running during the first lockdown, find out what a difference it made to their relationship and wellbeing


Dad and son were always close but spending time together outside in the fresh air, they talked about things they wouldn’t talk about at home and it made them closer. 14 year old Jay had never run before and Darren unable to play football or golf needed to keep fit. Watch their video to hear their heart-warming story.




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