Awareness is just the start. It’s time to act. In this guide, we’ll explore what is World Mental Health Day and what can we all can do to raise awareness about mental health.
In this guide, discover what World Suicide Prevention Day means and how we are challenging stigma.
Sign up to the 2024 TTP Cambridge Half Marathon on Sunday 3rd March 2024.
CPSL Mind celebrates the Pride month with Pride in St Neots to show support towards the LGBTQIA+ community.
Remember all those lockdown quiz nights? Well, it’s time to get back to how they used to be with our first CPSL Mind quiz night with a chance to win some great prizes.
Dr Nik Johnson, Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, has called on local people to sign up for free-to-access community suicide prevention talks and workshops ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on Saturday 10th September.
Local landlord and landlady, Andy and Jackie who run The Dolphin Pub in Melbourn, Royston, are organising a festival on 27/28/29th August 2022 called ‘Dol-fest’, with over 20 acts already booked in over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Beat the Blues this World Mental Health Day by joining us for a walk and talk in Hinchingbrooke Park on Sunday 9th October 2022
Are you looking for your next challenge? Join Team CPSL Mind for our brand-new annual sky dive on Saturday 17th September 2022.
The world’s largest inflatable 5k course is coming to Peterborough with 32 gigantic obstacles, combined with five pumping music zones to motivate you around the course. Join us on on Saturday 10th December 2022 (9.00am – 2.00pm).