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Run Talk Run

Run Talk Run says it exists to make both running and mental health support less intimidating, and more accessible Run Talk Run is a weekly 5km gentle jog. Before every run there is a window of time to meet the other runners and say hello to the run leader. It’s alright if you’re a little anxious and quiet […]

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Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Sporting Recovery

Sporting Recovery say that their innovative community-based exercise program is focused on people who are ‘marginal, high risk and hard to reach’ who often have concerning co-morbidity problems e.g. illicit drug and substance misuse, a diagnosis of mental health and/or offending behaviour. These adults have difficulties accessing, trusting and re-engaging with traditional services. They run […]

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Posted on: 5th June 2020

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Brockwell Park – Therapeutic Gardening

Brockwell Park Community Garden is a large community garden in the middle of Brockwell Park between the tennis courts and the walled garden. On Fridays people with mental health issues are  invited to join in with the gardening activities.  They grow fruit and vegetables and have a greenhouse.  A friend or relative can accompany you.  […]

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Posted on: 26th February 2020

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Wellness Centre – Sporting Recovery

The Wellness Centre encourages people who have or are experiencing mental distress to adopt a healthier lifestyle.  Sporting Recovery is an exercise programme for people aged 18+ and in need of support and encouragement to become more socially and physically active. Sporting Recovery’s programme promotes structure and social interaction in people’s daily lives by integrating […]

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Posted on: 26th February 2020

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Community Opportunities Information Network

The Community Information Network provide information about local opportunities in employment, education, leisure, arts, sports and volunteering. They meet with every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month between 11am and 1pm at Beale House in Stockwell. You can also phone any day on 020 3228 6820 for information or e-mail [email protected] Do you know […]

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Posted on: 11th February 2020

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BeeUrban

BeeUrban is a honeybee-centric social enterprise based in Kennington, South London, which aims to positively influence the urban environment through supporting local people and promoting positive, ecologically sound practice around urban greening, building, farming and particularly bee-keeping. It’s not just about bees, people are equally important to Bee Urban. We are here to work with […]

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Posted on: 11th February 2020

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Blackfriars Settlement Legal Advice Clinic

This organisation has partnered with a local law firm to provide free legal advice for three areas of law: Contract disputes Employment Housing Advice is given every Wednesday evening by appointment only. The clinic is supported by student volunteers from City Law School. A volunteer will phone you on the Monday before your appointment to […]

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Posted on: 3rd December 2019

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Archbishops Park Gardening Club

A friendly gardening group in Archbishop’s Park (near Lambeth Palace) has been improving the physical and mental health of Lambeth and Southwark residents since 2010.. You will gain new skills working under the supervision of a trained horticulturalist. At present they are looking for new volunteers.  Phone or email if you are interested.  

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Posted on: 17th October 2019

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London Mutual Credit Union

Credit unions are not-for-profit, member-owned, financial co-operatives that exist for the benefit of a group of members who share a common bond, such as where they work or live. Their mission is to provide members with access to reasonably priced financial services and encourage the development of good financial habits such as saving and responsible borrowing. […]

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Posted on: 11th September 2019

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Early Intervention Unit (Lambeth Hospital)

The Early Intervention Unit is part of the Early Onset Service, which includes the crisis assessment and community teams. They provide inpatient assessment, treatment and care for people, aged 16-35, who are experiencing psychosis for the first time. Psychotic disorders involve distorted perceptions of reality – thinking, feeling, hearing, seeing – often with symptoms of hallucinations […]

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Posted on: 12th June 2019

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