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Thank you to Oakland Park Golf Club Ladies Section

Huge thanks to Yolande Macey for choosing Bucks Mind as her nominated charity during her year of Captaincy at Oakland Park Golf Club Ladies Section. Despite the difficult fundraising conditions caused by the pandemic, the Ladies Section raised an incredible ... Read More

E-newsletter – February 2021

The latest edition of the Bucks Mind e-newsletter has just been sent out. Please click here to read.   This monthly newsletter provides an update on changes to our services and details of new services, plus a wellbeing tip and ideas ... Read More

Children’s Mental Health Week

Next week is Children’s Mental Health Week (1st-7th February 2021), which is organised by the children’s mental health charity Place2Be. This year’s theme is ‘Express Yourself’. Place2Be are encouraging children (and adults) to explore the different ways we can express ... Read More

Time to Talk Day: Thursday 4th February

The Power of Small: A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference. Buckinghamshire Mind and Time to Change Bucks need your help to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing to break down stigmas associated ... Read More

E-newsletter – January 2021

The latest edition of the Bucks Mind e-newsletter has just been sent out. Please click here to read. This monthly newsletter provides an update on changes to our services and details of new services, plus a wellbeing tip and ideas ... Read More

Berkshire Community Foundation Christmas Campaign Grant

Thank you very much to the Berkshire Community Foundation (BCF), who awarded Bucks Mind a grant of £1,875 from their Christmas Campaign. This grant was made possible by generous donations from individuals and businesses, who came together to support those ... Read More

Volunteers Urgently Needed for Telephone Befriending

Would you like to have a chat with someone on the phone and make a real difference to their day? Since March, our Befriending volunteers have supported over 100 people in supportive telephone partnerships, ensuring they have regular contact with ... Read More