To mark World Mental Health Day our campaign is organising two marches for mental health. The marches will demand decent and high-quality services in both counties. If you care about mental health services in Norfolk and Suffolk and you want to highlight to those in power that something urgently needs to be done to improve things, […]
Sabrina Johnson of the Eastern Daily Press reports: Hundreds of people of all ages gathered in Norwich city centre to add their voices to the call for better mental health services and to protest against cuts to the NHS One protester Hazel Van Der Lee, 43, of Great Yarmouth, who had her own experience of
Jenny Kirk of the BBC reports: The number of ‘unexpected deaths’ at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has more than doubled in just four years.
Below is a selection of the messages we have received since the BBC Panorama programme examining the massive increase in the number of unexpected deaths after the savage cuts inflicted upon mental health services in Norfolk and Suffolk: So grateful to make contact and so pleased to learn about the efforts being made to draw
Sunday 30th April 2017: March for Mental Health: ‘We will remember them’: Posters/flyers to print, email, distribute and display
Click on the poster/flyer below to download the pdf to print, email, distribute, display or make into placards for the March for Mental Health on Sunday 30th April 2017. If you are an individual or organisation that would like printed flyers or wishes to help us with the March for Mental Health, please contact us.
Sometimes ‘the noise’ is just too much: Speech for the minute’s silence outside Castle Mall on March for Mental Health
Jessica Goldfinch gave an incredibly powerful and moving speech before the minute’s silence outside Castle Mall in Norwich on our March for Mental Health. Many people were moved to tears, some of them the bereaved. Others couldn’t hear Jessica speak as well as they would have liked, given that six hundred people turned up on
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Victoria Leggett of itv News Anglia reports: Hundreds of people took to the streets of Norwich today to protest against cuts to mental health services. The march was organised by Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Crisis, a campaign group set up by front-line health staff and people who rely on the support of the NHS.
Click on the image below to watch Mark Summer’s excellent report for Mustard TV, Norfolk’s local television channel:
David Powles of the EDP reports: A campaign group is calling on the public to show their concerns about mental health services in the county by taking part in a protest march. The Campaign to Save Mental Health Services in Norfolk and Suffolk has organised the protest on Saturday, January 16 from the steps of
Click on the poster you prefer to download the pdf to print, distribute, display or make into placards for the March for Mental Health. Poster A: Poster B (for those who don’t want to run out of yellow ink): Poster C (for those who love yellow): Poster D (ultimate ink saving version):
We will be marching for mental health through Norwich city centre on Saturday 16th January 2016, assembling on the steps of the main entrance to Norwich City Hall at 11 a.m. We organised this march in response to a large number of requests received by the local media and our campaign. Mental health is now