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THE PROJECT
Young People's Centre
Lyme Road
AXMINSTER, EX13 5AZ

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Our latest news bulletin

With so much going on at The Project at the moment, we thought we’d send out our latest news bulletin, to keep you all up to date! NEWS BULLETIN 22/09/17 In this edition … News of our Crowdfunding Campaign #Support4September The Project 4th birthday party Latest blog post – How we help young people to […]

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The Project celebrates its 4th birthday!

The Project celebrated its 4th birthday on Friday 15th September with a party at Pippins Community Centre. The Mayor of Axminster, Cllr Jeremy Walden, was the guest of honour (as he was 4 years ago when we opened!) and gave a heartfelt speech about The Project’s work. The event was also attended by around 50 […]

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The Project is recruiting! Mental Health Support Worker

EXCITING NEWS! We are recruiting for a Mental Health Support Worker to join our passionate and committed team, working with young people age 13-24 with mental health issues. The Project is an award-winning early intervention mental health support service, providing peer support groups for local young people affected by emotional and mental health issues across East […]

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“This Is My Mental Illness” Art Exhibition

This summer, The Project is hosting an art exhibition to raise awareness of mental illness! Thursday 29 June – Sunday 2 July 2017 Pippins Community Centre, Axminster It’s not always easy (or possible) to put your feelings into words. I, like a lot of people, find it much easier to express my mental illness and […]

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More than tiredness! One view of depression

More than tiredness! One view of depression – by Jess This is more than just tiredness, more than feeling worn out… in fact it’s something completely different. Tired would suggest you’d had a long busy day, or maybe a bad night’s sleep. This is much more than that, much, much more. This is a tiredness […]

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What does it feel like to self-harm? – by Jess

          What does it feel like to self-harm? – by Jess What does it feel like to self-harm? Well, let’s go to the beach. And walk into the water, blindfolded. Just keep walking, you don’t know where you’re going. You just know you’re going deeper and deeper out into the sea. […]

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Comedy, Curry & Quiz Fundraising Night

COMEDY, CURRY & QUIZ NIGHT Friday 3 March, 7pm Axminster Town Football Club Tickets: £15 (to include quiz entry, curry and comedy!) —————————— The Project is holding a Comedy, Curry & Quiz Night to raise much needed funds to continue our work supporting local young people with mental health issues, as well as their families. […]

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JOB VACANCY: We are recruiting!

JOB VACANCY! Support Session Coordinator & Facilitator 14 hours per week (Wed/Thurs evenings in Chard/Axminster + home-based flexi time) The Project are recruiting! We’re looking for one amazing person to join our team, to run our support sessions for young people age 13-24. This is a rewarding role, working with young people, planning, organising and […]

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Vote for The Project

The Project needs your help! We have put The Project forward to receive funding from the Aviva Community Fund, and voting is now open. Please take a minute to vote for The Project, so that we are in with a chance of receiving these vital funds, which would allow us to continue supporting local young […]

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World Mental Health Day 2016

Today is World Mental Health Day, a day with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health. This year’s theme is Psychological first aid. We never know when in life we are likely to come up against mental health problems. With one in four adults […]

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