A performance of Shakespeare’s “Much ado about nothing” by Troubadour Stage Works in the glorious setting of Kingfishers Garden, overlooking the Solent and the Isle of Wight
The often-invisible nature of mental illness, and the fact that carers may not be helping with physical tasks, often means such carers, and those around them, don’t class what they do as ‘care’. But their role is just as valid, and deserving of support, as someone who cares for a physically disabled person.
There are a whole load of demands on your finances at the moment, so you might sigh when someone asks you to donate to charity. You know it’s important but it’s still a stretch. What if you could donate just by making your will? I’ve teamed up with Hammersley Homes to let you do just that.
Struggling with loneliness? Ironically, you’re not alone. The Covid-19 lockdowns have created a ‘hidden pandemic’ of loneliness and mental ill-health, with 1 in 14 saying they ‘often’ felt lonely during the pandemic - up 40% from pre-Covid. That’s why the theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, a campaign run by the Mental Health Foundation, is loneliness.
We are delighted to be participating in The Big Give Christmas Challenge again this year - the biggest match funded campaign in the UK
Our packs of 15 Christmas Cards are now available to buy from our Webshop - great quality laminated cards with envelopes, for £8.95 including delivery within the UK.