Greg was delighted to help launch a new initiative during Mental Health Awareness Week which aims to promote positive mental health and wellbeing in Tunbridge Wells.
"One in four people will experience poor mental health at some point in their lives and it can be a very isolating experience. Anything we can do to help raise awareness is a good thing so I'm delighted to support the BE;ME campaign."
As well as raising awareness, the BE;ME – BE TOGETHER encourages us to take time from our busy schedules for relationships. The Teacup Campaign highlights the positive impact social connection can have people's emotional wellbeing. Taking time for a cuppa and a chat can help to support those who may be struggling with their own mental health.
The special BE;ME teacups will be used in local cafes.
BE;ME – BE TOGETHER is a joint initiative between Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Royal Tunbridge Wells Together supported by local businesses, charities, voluntary and community groups.
To find out more about the campaign and how to get involved look on the Royal Tunbridge Wells Together website: http://www.tunbridgewellstogether.co.uk/
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