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Our website    http://www.useyourinfluence.org.uk

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Get-Together Friday 24 March

USE YOUR INFLUENCE!

G E T  – T O G E T H E R

Leatherhead Leisure Centre
10.30am – 2.30pm
Friday 24 March 2017

There are changes in mental health services.
Learn what’s new and give your ideas.

This is an event for people with experience of mental health services, their carers, families and friends.

The professionals who give presentations on the main stage will also be on hand to explain the activities and therapies they can offer.

And there will be music and poetry and art and games.

And there will be quiet places to meet up, learn from each others’ experiences, and talk about how to change things for the better.

Further details will be posted here soon, including how to register.

main stage–service stalls–quiet area–lunch provided

Travel costs can be paid and transport arranged for people with experience of mental ill health and carers attending the event.