Recite Me

Need a translation? Visit health information in other languages. If you need urgent help, call NHS 111 - tell them you need a translator.

Need help finding us? Click here

Coronavirus: Wash hands, cover face, make space…. Find our Covid-19 information and updates here.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Join in Mental Health Month this October

Published Date: 29 September 2015

For up-to-date information on open days and other events - please see our timetable.

We have over 40 events across our sites in south west London, including:


  • WMH Logo in onecelebrating Black History Month with poetry, music and storytelling in our Springfield University Hospital and Tolworth Hospital canteens
  • A World Mental Health Day Balloon Release event on 9 October at Springfield University Hospital with workshops in mindfulness and journaling
  • Open days at Springfield University Hospital and Kingston All Saints Church on 10 October
  • Sutton Uplift Mental Health event on 13 October at Sutton Asda with interactive activities around the five ways to wellbeing
  • Pop Up Libraries
  • The Heart of Mindfulness Conference
  • Recovery College courses for staff and patients, their carers and families
  • Free staff welfare therapies and mindfulness drop in sessions
  • Plant and cake sales
  • Annual Heal Our Broken Village Conference on 28 October
  • Information stalls at Clapham Junction station with Trust staff talking about mental health


We have also launched a digital photography competition - #upliftingimage - where local primary schools, staff and members of the public can send in an image that makes them smile or uplifts their mood.  Closing date for entries is 10 October.  More details are available here: /news-and-media/news/upliftingimage-competition-what-makes-you-smile/

David Bradley, Chief Executive at South West London and St. George's Mental Health NHS Trust, said:

"We are proud to be celebrating World Mental Health Day with our series of events throughout October. 

"We know that one in four of us will be affected by mental illness at some point in our life and that 9 out of 10 people say that their problems are made worse by experiencing stigma and discrimination."


Keep up to date with the latest news from the trust