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RAMHs Big Walk and Talk

Yesterdays Big Walk and Talk saw 12 enthusiastic participants leave from Paisley walking down by the Cart and looping through and back the beautifully refurbished grounds at Leverndale Hospital. This walk on Loneliness Awareness Week was to help promote connection and the benefits of physical activity to help sustain and improve mental health. Well done…

Thank You Castlehead High

A massive thank you to Castle Head High School pupils Leona Clark  and Millie Scarff . Who both helped raise a magnificent £250 for the organisation through a bake sale and raffle at the school. Well done to the girls and everyone who supported their efforts.

Volunteers Week 3rd-9th June

Volunteers’ Week celebrates the amazing contributions volunteers make to communities across the country. The celebration starts on the first Monday in June every year. It’s a chance to recognise, celebrate and thank the incredible volunteers for all they contribute to their communities, the voluntary sector, and society as a whole. We will share a lot…

The Big Walk and Talk (Loneliness Awareness)

Our BIG Walk and Talk will be returning Thursday 13th June 1pm leaving from the Power League in Paisley. During Loneliness Awareness week this is an opportunity to get out walking while connecting with others. Open to all why not come join us!

RAMH Welcomes Eve Radwell as New Head of Corporate Services

Eve Radwell has been appointed As the new Head of Corporate Services at Recovery Across Mental Health (RAMH). Eve comes with a raft of experience, most recently at the National Autistic Society as Business Manager and prior to that, the Royal Society for the protection of Birds (RSPB) as their Engagement Manager. Eve said, “I…

Recovery College Peer Laura Stevenson Art exhibition at Harbour Arts

Glass Artist & RAMH Peer Champion Laura Stevenson has a stunning exhibition at Harbour Arts Centre which also showcases the work from her course ‘Touch of Glass’ with Recovery College students. It has been remarkable to witness her journey. You can read more about here: https://www.north-ayrshire.gov.uk/…/Art-for-wellbeing… (Photos are by our RAMH NAWARC Peer Volunteer Justyna.)