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James Crawley

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Posted Monday, September 10th 2018

City's 10k walk for Mind

Club and Community Trust staff completed a 10k walk through Bristol to raise funds and awareness around mental health.

The walk was completed yesterday (Sunday, September 9th) in aid of of mental health charity Mind, which began its two-year partnership with the EFL in June.

Former City player-turned loans manager Brian Tinnion and his son Jay, supporter liaison officer Matt Parsons and Mark Reynolds of the Trust were all involved. They have so far raised £270. Click here to visit their online donations page.

The walk formed part of the Walk Out Of Darkness, an annual and unique mental health awareness and suicide prevention event.

Walking Out of Darkness events enable everyone from mental health charities, members of the public, local authorities, schools, universities, businesses and many more to come together in unity for mental health awareness and suicide prevention enabling all to:

  • Walk together and establish relationships to improve your local / regional communities mental health awareness with local councils, charities, services, businesses, schools, universities and many more.
  • Help raise mental wellbeing to overcome the stigma of mental illness in local and regional communities with the support of local councils, charities, services, businesses, schools, universities.

 

 

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