National Mental Health Awareness Week

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In support of

National Mental Health Awareness Week

16th – 22nd May 2016

Healthy and supportive relationships promote mental wellbeing and reduce the risk of mental ill-health. This is a celebration of the connections, the relationships and the people in our lives that add to our wellbeing and protect and sustain our mental health. From family and friends, to colleagues, neighbours and communities; taking notice of those connections that make us feel good, give us a sense of belonging and help us feel safe and supported.

What’s happening in Kincardine & Mearns?

Monday 16th May – Health Walk –leaving from Pillar Kincardine Office 42-46 Barclay St Stonehaven at 10.30 or by arrangement.

Booking essential – please call 01569767222 or email

Tuesday 17th May – Pillar Presents – Stonehaven South Church from 12noon to 2pm

For an invitation or to book a place call 01569767222 or email

Wednesday 18th May – Portlethen Health Walk. Meet at 10am in the Jubilee Hall, Cookston Road, Portlethen

Monday 16th to Friday 20th May – Behind the Mask display in Stonehaven Library Window

For a full copy of the South Aberdeenshire programme contact

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