How to have a conversation about mental health

With 1 in 4 of us experiencing a mental health problem and suicide being the leading cause of death for men under 45, we all know someone who needs support. If you’re worried about the mental health of a mate, read through Mind’s tips on how to start a conversation. Know that you can help…

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Heads Up – Time to tackle mental health

Football is coming together this weekend with the ambition to kick off biggest ever conversation around mental health, as new research shows just one in three football fans regularly talk about mental health with their friends. For two weekends in February, every football team from across the Premier League, English Football League, The National League,…

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Women’s Disability Football Receives Community Grant

Women only football sessions for players with disabilities is launching at the newly opened and developing Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. Argyle Community Trust (ACT), the official charity of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, already offers a session for men who have a successful competitive team but say it’s been a long time coming…

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New Ability Session Just For Women

Argyle Community Trust are proud to offer a new football session especially for women who have a disability, whether physical or mental. If you’re aged 16 years and above come and enjoy the FREE sessions on Wednesday evenings running 7.30pm – 9pm at Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. The aim is to start…

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World Mental Health Day

It’s Okay Not to be Okay – Time to talk on World Mental Health Day The Argyle Community Trust is proud to be the official charity for Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Argyle Community Trust uses the prestige of football and the reach of the club to inspire, engage and help people of all ages, achieve…

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