• Mental Health Awareness Week

    Today marks the beginning of a Mental Health Awareness Week like no other, where our collective efforts to stop, reflect, spread kindness and get the nation talking about mental health have never been so important.
    Although we can’t meet in person for now, no one should feel they are alone or without help. Whether it’s the Kind to Your Mind campaign, the OK to Ask initiative, or any of the other support networks available across St Helens borough, I want all local people to know that help is always on hand, no matter what, for those who need it.
    Now, kindness matters like never before, and it’s absolutely vital we each take the time to care for ourselves, our family, neighbours and friends during these extraordinary times and beyond.