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Do you clap for the NHS? Why?

Louise Daniel

As a nation, the UK likes to build up heroes just to knock them down. Community movement #ClapfortheNHS is rightly getting a lot of airtime. We should show our support for the nurses, doctors, et al keeping us healthy and safe. Ordinary people led the movement to clap in support […]

Your mental health in the pandemic

Chris Hack 2

Your mental health in the pandemic We’re living in strange times right now. Unless you come under the category of being a key or essential worker, chances are that you’re now stuck at home all day and every day for the foreseeable future. Your education and your social life have […]

PotatoPete

Get Involved Each week #PotatoPete will come up with fun and creative activities to help increase awareness to people who need support during this time. #PotatoPals Using Hashtag #PotatoPals, create a video of your potato pal.  Are they a Singer, Dancer, An All Time Actor? Post you videos on Twitter, […]

#LonelyPotato Campaign

A survey by YouGov last year found that 75 per cent of people aged between 18-24 felt loneliness last year. Founder of the Marmalade Trust, Amy Perrin said: “People rarely talk about loneliness, despite it being a very common feeling. When people do talk about loneliness, it is often in […]

The anxiety merry-go-round. I want to get off!

Helen Player

When experiencing anxiety, the chest feels tight, shortening breath. Neck muscles tense, strain and lock, the throat feels closed and swallowing becomes a noticeable action. Some people also experience dizziness, fatigue, a burning sensation of the skin. Less energy results in less activity which in some, results in poorer circulation, […]

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