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Tick and sign up to receive the Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind newsletter about once every two months. This will give you news of our services and the work we are doing to help local people living with mental health problems and dementia. We may also send you some additional occasional emails promoting our services which we hope will be of interest but we will generally try and keep everything in the main newsletter.

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Check out our most recent newsletter, with exciting news about the expansion of our Mindful Mums and Being Dad services; the green-fingered Christmas gift our corporate sponsors, Synapri, gave us; and what happened when Stay Close and The Good Wife star Cush Jumbo dropped in to say hello.

Download the January 2022 newsletter

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