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For the York run of ‘Reason’s To Stay Alive’, a new play adapted from the best-selling book by Matt Haig, English Touring Theatres invited Time to Change York to hold an information stand at York Theatre Royal. Lead by our amazing Hub Coordinator Emma, Champions were able to take over a space in the main box office area and engage with audience members both before and after performances. Matt Haig is a prolific campaigner for breaking the stigma of mental health, particularly for men, and the book is his personal story through mental illness and recovery. During the post-show panel discussion the host took the opportunity to celebrate the work of Time to Change and signposted the audience to the York Hub information stand.

Jane

Visited Caffe Valeria in Wheldrake this morning, had a mental health conversation, and shared some Time To Change Coasters #TTC York

Rhys

Champions at Addenbrookes Hospital held their 4th Open Minds Night on World Mental Health Day. Lots of very talented people entertained over 80 people whilst sharing their own lived experience and an art exhibition displayed works created by service users of Cambridge Community Arts. A great evening!

Yvonne

Green Couch Day - an opportunity for people to have a short chat on the Green Couch - talking about anything they like. Raising awareness of Mental Ill Health. Local Councellors Lakmini Shah and Julianne Marriott supported the Day. Over 92 people came including friends and family. Thank you all.

Katie Blake