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Andrew Lenthall

The 100 mile PLASA Show Commute page

We're cycling to PLASA for PSA Welfare & Benevolent Fund because of our mental health improvement campaign

124 %
raised of £3,000 target
by 60 supporters
  • Team members: Peter Heath, Dan Page, John McEvoy, Andy Lenthall
  • Event: The 100 mile PLASA Show Commute, 16 Sep 2017

PSA Welfare & Benevolent Fund

The PSA Welfare & Benevolent Fund was founded on behalf of people working in the UK entertainment production industry. In genuine cases of hardship, the Fund may provide small grants for emergency relief when an injury or illness prevents working or forces an unplanned change of career. The fund also offers support towards re-training which may be advisable as a result of accident or illness.

Charity Registration No. 1080524


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It just so happens that PLASA's MD and the PSA's GM live near each other around 100 miles west of Olympia. They thought it would be a good idea to risk life, limb and posterior comfort by commuting to the PLASA London show by bike. Others have made the odd decision to join them.

We're raising money for Stagehand, the PSA's Welfare and Benevolent Fund. The money raised will go towards improving mental health awareness by funding subsidised Mental Health First Aid training for self employed production personnel.

Stagehand also continues its work of providing financial assistance to those in genuine need when unable to work due to ill health or injury.

Our mental health improvement initiative is a joint venture with PLASA, aimed at increasing awareness and raising the bar in our approach to stress and mental health. Our campaign will include companies pledging to change the way they think and act on mental health.

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