News and Events

Greenwich and Bromley Mental Health Hubs taking shape

Women looking at laptop and smiling
We are excited to be developing two brand new services in Bromley and Greenwich: Bromley and Greenwich Mental Health Hubs.

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BLG Mind wins national Mind Excellence Award for inclusion

The IAG group
BLG Mind has been recognised for its “expertise, vision, commitment and courage” in fostering diversity, equality and inclusion across the organisation.

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Orchestra’s support is music to our ears

The South East London Orchestra
We are delighted to announce our newest charity partner: the South East London Orchestra, one of London's leading amateur orchestras.

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YODAs perform at the iconic Old Vic

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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Wellbeing Choir spreads Christmas cheer

BLG Mind's new Wellbeing Choir helped bring the Christmas spirit to a damp December afternoon when they took part in a magical Winter Sparkle...

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Don raises £14k for young people’s mental health

Don smiling and giving a thumbs-up at the end of the Royal Parks Half Marathon
First time marathon runner Don Harrington has raised an incredible £14,000 for our Minds Up young people’s mental health project.

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YODA film shines a light on young onset dementia

Two male Young Onset Dementia participants sharing a laugh.
An inspirational film featuring animations created by BLG Mind’s Young Onset Dementia Activists is helping to raise awareness of the condition.

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Fundraisers work up a sweat for BLG Mind

Energetic fundraisers took part in a three-and-a-half-hour aerobathon in September, raising a whopping £3,700 for our vital support services.

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BLG Mind Response to the Death of Her Majesty the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II
Read BLG Mind's response to the death of Her Majesty the Queen.

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Freddie’s marathon effort for Minds Up

Freddie Brown, centre, with BLG Mind's Hannah Lynn, left, and Amy Kirk-Smith, right.
Freddie Brown took part in the iconic London Marathon on Sunday, hitting his fundraising target of £3000 for our schools' mental health programme.

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