News and Events

Thoughts and reflections from our outgoing Chair

Rebecca Jarvis
Rebecca Jarvis reflects on her journey at Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich Mind.

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YODAs perform at the iconic Old Vic for the second year running

The Old Vic
Our Young Onset Dementia Activists joined forces with local school children to perform a medley of much-loved Christmas music at the Old Vic...

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Watch powerful new film, YODA Strikes Back!

From left to right, Dominic Parkinson, Ben Taylor, Saira Addison and the Mayor of Bromley.
Watch powerful new film about Young Onset Dementia and how the SEL Mind group brings joy to its members.

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South East London Suicide Bereavement Service receives national recognition 

HHSJ Partnership Awards We are proud to be a finalist Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS #hsjpartnershipawards partnership.hsj.co.uk
Our South East London Suicide Bereavement Service has been shortlisted for Best Not for Profit Working in Partnership with the NHS at the HSJ...

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An end of year message from Ben Taylor, our Chief Executive

Ben Taylor, Chief Executive
Read our end of year message from Ben Taylor, Chief Executive.

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Christmas Closing Times 2023

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Find out more about each of our service closing times over the holiday period.

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Christmas Concerts start the Festive Season

We are grateful to Torch Entertainment for holding not just one but two Christmas Sing-Along Concerts in aid of BLG Mind this weekend. Over...

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Join our Big Mental Elf Dress Up Day

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Support your local mental health and dementia charity - join our Big Mental Elf Dress Up Day on Tuesday 19 December 2023

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Grief Awareness Week: Shining a light on grief after suicide loss

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Grief after suicide loss can be particularly complicated and difficult.

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Beckenham Mum’s powerful book fights mental health stigma

Amy Brett at her book launch
Amy Brett, a mother and author from Beckenham, has published a moving book about her struggles with mental health after a tough childbirth.

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