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Living with Multiple Sclerosis: Pippa Dawson shares her story

24 October 2019

Pippa Dawson shares her story as part of Invisible Disabilities Week (13-19 October 2019)

C&I Christmas Fair - are you creative?

21 October 2019

To raise funds for the Trust’s newly-revived charity, we will be holding a Christmas fair between 2pm and 5pm on Wednesday 11 December in the canteen at Highgate Mental Health Centre.

Exhibition to showcase work of local ‘Yarn Bombing’ artists

16 October 2019

Staff, service users and the wider community are invited to The Art Project’s ‘The Sewing Circle’ exhibition on Friday 25 October, 5.30pm at St Pancras Hospital.

Dave Wragg shares his story as part of Invisible Disabilities Week 2019

17 October 2019

This week is Invisible Disabilities Week (13-19 October). Here, Director of Finance, Dave Wragg, shares his story.

Invisible Disabilities Week (13-19 October)

10 October 2019

Joanne Scott, C&I Voluntary Services Manager, shares her story.

Our Annual Members' Meeting 2019

4 October 2019

Mental health care needs more resources to build modern hospitals that are fit for purpose and offer the best facilities for service users - that was the call from the guest speaker at our Trust Annual Members’ Meeting.

Evolving our Clinical Strategy - join our workshops

02 October 2019

Over the coming months, we will continue talking to staff, service users and carers about what more we need to do to keep people well in the community and give them greater choice and control over their care. We need to consider all our services and how they interact to support this aim. Two dedicated sessions have therefore been organised where we can do this together.

C&I receives Silver Award from Ministry of Defence

1 October 2019

The way C&I supports the Armed Forces community has been recognised by a prestigious Ministry of Defence (MOD) award.

Official opening of the Feel Good Garden

27 September 2019

Staff and service users celebrated the official opening of the Feel Good garden which is now flourishing at Highgate Mental Health Centre after being transplanted from the Chelsea Flower Show last year.

Harnessing the healing power of plants

24 September 2019

Staff and service users have been nurturing their newly-refurbished garden on Montagu Ward this summer and are now harvesting the fruits of their labours in the form of marrows, tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, corn and other vegetables. New raised beds were built in the garden and they are now brimming with a wide range of herbs, flowers and vegetables.


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