Tea for PND
It's time for the next Tea for PND and this time it's falling on Maternal Mental Health Matters Week. We'd love for you to join us at the Hunter Collective (a fab flexible, transparent co-working salon and event space) in central London to talk all things maternal mental health. Grab your tickets Here
This is a relaxed and informal event where women can get together to talk, share and heal over a cuppa tea and slice of cake. Nothing more complicated than that. You don't need to have suffered yourself, nor do you need to be a Mum - our doors are wide open. Children are very welcome but please do let us know beforehand if you are planning on bringing your brood and their ages.
All proceeds from the event will go to the charity Cocoon Family Support who support families and mothers suffering with mental health conditions.
WHERE TO GO: 2nd Floor, River House, 143-145 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3AB - the nearest Tube is Farringdon or Chancery Lane (a lift is available at the venue for buggies).
And make sure you never miss out and sign up here to be on the Early Bird list for our next event.
Unsure if it's for you? Here's some feedback from past events:
"Please have tissues ready next time! :)"
"Thank you for creating a wonderful safe space for us to share and heal together. It helped seeing women who look like they have it together, share stories I could really relate to. It made me feel so much better about my own struggle"
"Such a warm, safe and supportive event. I was unsure about what to expect but I am so glad I came, women talking really can create magic. I feel a little less alone now"
"It was such an amazing event! Well done for creating this, it felt like a very safe environment to open up and talk about such an sensitive and important topic."
"Really enjoyed the sharing aspect xx"
"I love the idea and I think that a lot of people would love to support"
Depression Wears Lippy
Join us for an evening of Mental Health Chat, Make Up Hacks and Drinks.
This event has now been held, but keep your eyes peeled for future similar events.