| Find out about what's happening at Mental Health Matters Wales' wellbeing hubs in Bridgend, Cefn Glas, Maesteg and Porthcawl during January 2020 here |

Mental Health Matters Wales is pleased to announce two exciting art workshops conducted by Carnegie House’s Resident Artist, Claire Hiett at our Nolton and Cefn Glas Wellbeing Hubs this month. They join Carnegie House in their preparations for their annual Festival of Light parade by making a MHMWales willow lantern. Following the making of their lantern, everyone will be welcome to join them on Friday, 21 February in Newbridge Fields for the final parade.

They also have some exciting news of a new project – Better Together. A befriending service for those with memory loss and/or for those supporting a person with memory loss. Better Together groups will provide fun activities, friendly company, practical advice, information and support. More on this in the New Year!

Their new LGBTQ+ Group working in collaboration with Pride Cymru, ARC and South Wales Police will meet at MHMWales Union Offices on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 5.30-7pm. Anyone identifying as LGBTQ+ and allies, over 18, are welcome to meet other likeminded people and get information, support and advice.

CASPA - Carers of Autistic Spectrum Profiles – is changing to a daytime service and  will meet again on Monday, 13 January at the new time of 10-12pm.

For further information, contact Mental Health Matters Wales, T: 01656 650 451.