CEO Dr Maureen Newman was very pleased and grateful to receive the sum of £2,162 from Emma and Jessica Kent. The family raised this amazing sum by holding a bingo evening, which included a raffle and an auction.
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The Board of Trustees of Mind Restormel Association for Mental Health invites you to attend a Special General Meeting (SGM). Date: Tuesday 5th March Time: 2.00pm Venue: Wellbeing Centre, 2A Hamley Court, Dennison Road, Bodmin, PL31 2LL Purpose: This meeting… Read more
You ae invited to attend our AGM to be held at 2A Hamley Court, Dennison Road, Bodmin, PL31 2LL. We will meet at 11.30am on Monday 11th June 2018. There will be refreshments after the meeting. RSVP email@example.com
Sincere thanks to Kilkhampton Summer Fete Committee for thinking about our organisation when they kindly donated the sum of £500 to help us pay for our Wellbeing services. Dr Maureen Newman (CEO) and Mr Kevin Penhallurick (Volunteer) are pictured with … Read more
Restormel Mind is very grateful to have received a donation of £2,600.00 from the Santander Foundation which offers Discovery Grants to UK registered charities for projects that help disadvantaged people in local communities. This Grant will be used towards the… Read more
You are invited to attend our AGM to be held at 2A Hamley Court, Dennison Road, Bodmin PL31 2LL. We will meet at 2.00 pm on Thursday 22nd June. Refreshments. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded grant-making trust established in 1958. Since it began the Foundation has donated over £960 million to charities across the UK. In the last financial year, the Foundation donated over £60 million. From small… Read more
Anna Balsdon, Chairlady and Producer of Kilkhampton Amateur Theatre Society, presenting Dr Maureen Newman with a cheque for £1,000 following the Society’s hugely successful production of The Wizard of Oz in December.
A member of the public, with Zennor the huskey, looking at our Butterfly Tree Each butterfly was individually made by members of the Art for Wellbeing group. We chose to decorate our tree with butterflies because of the transformational journey… Read more
Come along to our Charity Shop in Fore Street and see what “scary* things we have for sale.
With the change in weather our Charity Shop now has autumn and winter clothes available. Come along and see what bargains you can find!
Members of the Fitness to Wellbeing Group with Group Leader Emily, second from left, enjoying a light buffet lunch together after their morning’s exercise.
Some of the members of this friendly Group enjoying a walk with Group Leader Emily (in the middle) and their dogs, despite the chilly weather when this photograph was taken.
One again our Charity Shop staff have been busy creating a delightful window display, this time to celebrate Valentines Day with lots of items suitable for gifts.