Welcome to Wellbeing

We’re Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster, your local Mental Health Charity. 

We believe everyone experiencing a mental health challenge can recover. We won’t rest until this is true for everyone in our community.

 

 

Get Well. Stay Well. Live Well.

We believe everyone experiencing a mental health challenge can recover.  We won’t rest until this is true for or everyone in our community.

We all have Mental Health

We all have Mental Health. We ‘re here to support you to find new skills, feel more confident, stay healthy, make a change, enjoy life, find new friends and get involved.

 

We’re a registered charity, no. 292708. We rely on public support to provide services to anyone that needs us.

All donations help ensure that no one in our community has to cope alone.

 

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LONDON’S LIGHT AND DARK

The Arts Project, in collaboration with Portugal Prints, presents a mixed media art exhibition, including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and installation art.

Artists, both trained and self-taught, interpret the title and theme of the exhibition, London’s Light and Dark by sharing their personal feelings and experience of London through creative expression.  London’s architecture, signage, and cultural heritage are subject matters for the artworks along with portraiture of the human face, offering expressions of mood, both positive and negative. The exhibition delves beneath the surface of what it means for all of us living in the metropolis of one of the world’s great cities.

Portugal Prints is part of the charity BWW Mind and are based in Camden Town’s Arlington House. For 40 years they have helped vulnerable people cope with life and living though structured and focused art workshops, providing a safe and supportive community. LONDON’S LIGHT AND DARK offers a chance to look behind the doors of a valuable asset within Camden.

Where: The Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE

Opening night and preview: Thursday 2 May 2019, 5.30pm to 8.30pm with a keynote speech by psychotherapist Martin Schmidt at 6:30pm and live music by Mike Hughes playing a mixture of classical and Spanish pieces. 

Exhibition:  Friday 3 May – 28 June 2019 Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm. (excluding bank holidays)

Travel:  Bus – 46 and 214. Tube – Mornington Crescent Station and King’s Cross Station.  Overground – Camden Road Station

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