Paul Marsh

SERC Rethink 'Cloisters to Oysters' page

Fundraising for Rethink Mental Illness
raised of £5,000 target
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Participants: Cheryl and Chris Ives, other members of Rethink South East Regional committee, Rethink staff and members, and will be open to members of the public
Rethink Mental Illness

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RCN 271028
We challenge attitudes on mental health to help anyone affected by mental illness


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All too often the stresses and strains of life impact on our well-being, sometimes we need to chill out and take an opportunity to reflect or to simply enjoy just have a relaxing time with family and friends; hopefully having personally experienced the support from Rethink as a member the cycle ride along the historic Crab and Winkle line with its beautiful and tranquil surroundings will provide others with an enjoyable quality of life experience and also provide an opportunity for participant's to help others less fortunate and to raise awareness of available support.

When deciding on what activity to raise money and raising awareness I became aware of the Crab and Winkle Line Trust who work steadfastly to provide the general public with the maintenance and development of a local and an significant historic cultural heritage route of the first ever world passenger railway line between Whitstable and Canterbury. The passion exuding from the trust is as palpable and meaningful as are the values and tangible sense of fellowship and dedication of Rethink.

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Rethink Mental Illness

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RCN 271028
Leading the way to a better quality of life for everyone severely affected by mental illness.

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+ £118.75 Gift Aid
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