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

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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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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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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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The Project … in just 3 years!

It’s not often I can think of an occasion when I would start a blog post with something that I saw on Facebook, but today that’s exactly where I find myself … For those of you who are Facebook aficionados, you’ll be familiar with the fact that it now feeds back to us memories of […]

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The Project Newsletter – Autumn 2015

Read all The Project’s latest news in our Autumn 2015 Newsletter, including: Comic Relief funding boost for The Project New job vacancies at The Project Second young people’s support group to open in Chard Mental health training for professionals and young people Updates on our groups and activities Fundraising for The Project Click on the […]

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Job Opportunity – Group Worker/Session Facilitator

The Project is recruiting! We are looking for a special person to join our fantastic, and close-knit team, to plan and run our weekly support sessions for young people.   GROUP WORKER / SESSION FACILITATOR 12 hours per week (Wednesday & Thursday evenings, 5.30-9pm + flexi hours – £24,541 pro rata Sessions take place at the Young […]

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Introduction to Mindfulness Skills – Workshop

An Introduction to Mindfulness Skills (for Parents/Carers supporting a young person with mental health issues) Tuesday 19th May 2015 – 6.30-8.30pm Facilitator: Jerry Fox (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services)   This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (11-17 May) is focussing on the benefits of MINDFULNESS in supporting mental health. So, we’re bringing you an Introduction to […]

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The Project’s Fundraising ‘Summer Spectacular’

The Project is holding a fundraising ‘Summer Spectacular’ to raise vital funds to help us continue our work with young people, and their families. This evening of live entertainment will take place at Axminster Guildhall on Saturday, 6 June, and promises to be a fantastic night – buffet supper, raffle, food & drink auction, table […]

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New Mental Health Training dates announced

Would you know what to do if a child or young person in your care was suffering with depression? Do you know how to support a young person who is self harming? Do you feel comfortable talking about suicide?  Youth Mental Health First Aid is an internationally recognised mental health training course for people who teach, […]

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Proud moment for The Project as Debbie accepts the South West Mental Health Hero Award!

    We are all incredibly proud of Debbie and think this is well deserved. She works incredibly hard for The Project and mental health issues in general, it’s fantastic to see this being acknowledged. For more details please visit the links below – Midweek Herald article ITV News coverage    

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