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11th October 2023

Exciting news!

Volunteer with us

22nd September 2023

Do you have a few spare hours a week?

Pause – new opening times

20th September 2023

Please note the change of times for PAUSE community mental health listening space. We are open on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11am – 3pm for drop ins. Pre-booked appointments can be made on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 9.30am – 11am and 3pm – 4.30pm.

Job Vacancy

13th September 2023

For more information take a look at our job vacancies page

Hope 100 Walk for World Suicide Prevention Day

23rd May 2023

Warrington’s ‘Hope 100’ walk brings the community together to mark World Suicide Prevention Day.

Re-launch of Happy OK Sad website

15th May 2023

If you or someone you know is struggling with their #mentalhealth, there are places to go where you can get help. Take a look at Warrington Borough Council re-launched Happy, Ok, Sad website

Women’s Supper Club – 17th May

11th May 2023

Join us on Wednesday 17th May at 6.30pm for our Women’s Supper Club. Connecting with others is one of the 5 ways to wellbeing, and social relationships are really important for our mental wellbeing. Part of the of the evening will be a talk from a local Mental Health Nurse who will be giving some information on some self-help strategies including mindfulness, breathing exercises and how to improve sleep.

Mental Health Awareness Week

11th May 2023

On Tuesday 16th May we will be in the Old Fish Market, Golden Square from 11am – 3pm.

  • Pop along and find out about upcoming Get Warrington Talking events
  • Find out about our PAUSE community mental health listening space
  • Find out about other local organisations that are supporting people with their physical and mental wellbeing
  • Join in with the fun games and activities we have planned

Walk n Talk

4th April 2023

Walking is an ideal activity to keep healthy, stay active, stay connected and promote wellbeing.

Women’s Supper Club

4th April 2023

Connecting with others is one of the 5 ways to wellbeing. Social relationships are really important for our mental health and wellbeing.