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Wendy runs the SAFE group which supports women who have left abusive relationships. Group members help each other to regain confidence and stop the cycle of abuse.
Find out about local support for carers at one of the free Carers Roadshows being run in different locations across Nottinghamshire. Drop in from 10am
The Nottingham Premiere of 'Letter to My Unpresented Self' film will be shown at Broadway Cinema on Saturday 27th April 10am. This has been organised by Bright Ideas in partnership with Self Help UK.
An innovative project has been launched to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of construction workers in the Nottingham area. The Construction Industry Peer Support project (CIPS) aims to support over 100 construction workers who are stressed or anxious.
Women from all backgrounds are invited to participate in this event to celebrate International Womens' Day 2019. It takes place at Hyson Green Community Centre and the New Art Exchange.
A Mansfield cancer survivor is leading a Macmillan volunteer scheme that is being expanded across Nottinghamshire.
The initiative has already transformed life for more than 730 people living with cancer in the area. Now, led by Kerry Brealey (pictured), in partnership with Self Help UK, the Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Project is providing practical and emotional support in the home to more local people living with cancer.
The WEA in partnership with Self Help UK is offering short courses to self help groups.
View the Annual Report 2017-18 for our Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis Service!