Mental Health UK

Thanks to everyone who attended the Mental Health Seminar at Malvern College

A big thank you to everyone who attended, especially our hosts, Malvern College and our speakers David Sculthorpe, from Mental Health UK, Rachel Roberts from Harrison Clarke Rickerbys, Sarah Angus from Malvern College  and Ian Smith of Bishop Fleming. Gerry Crow from St Mary Stephen’s Hospice was one of the attendees. He said  “Even though […]

Thank you to teams at the Big Quiz at Hereford Cathedral School

Mark Smith and the Lloyds bank team wish to say “Thank you” to everyone who had fun supporting the Big Quiz evening on Thursday, 12th September at Hereford Cathedral School in aid of Mental Health UK.  The night raised an amazing £4,200  for the charity which will be funding much needed support, advice and information […]

The Lloyds Bank 2019 Big Quiz Evening in aid of Mental Health UK at Hereford Cathedral School

Pit-your-wits against some of the finest minds in the county…and a few from over the border, too! Our (extra!)ordinary quiz masters, Richard and Ian, will keep us on our toes with a variety of entertaining subject rounds so dust off the grey matter, brush up on your musical memories and keep your eyes on topical […]

RGS Worcester support Mental Health Seminar on Tuesday 16th July

The Royal Grammar School (RGS)  are hosting the Mental Health Seminar – Practical Help for You and Your Business –  in the Godfrey Brown Theatre on Tuesday 16th July from 8am until 11am. The seminar is a charity event, with funds raised going support Mental Health UK. Attendees are invited to make a suggested donation […]

Hereford Cathedral School support Mental Health Seminar on Tuesday, 16th July

  Hereford Cathedral school are hosting the Mental Health Seminar – Practical Help for You and Your Business –  in their Powell Theatre on Tuesday 16th July from 2pm until 5pm. The seminar is a charity event, with funds raised going support Mental Health UK. Attendees are invited to make a suggested donation of £25 […]

Welcome to Mark’s Mental Health Marathon and thanks for reading.

As many of you will already know, 2018 was a difficult year…a year in which I was told I might have three-years to live, followed by extensive diagnostic health checks, regular specialist consultant’s visits, cancelled operations, learning how to cope with insulin dependence and eventually a lung biopsy to confirmation a long-term inflammatory lung disease […]