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World Mental Health Day

Level Playing Field are please to support World Mental Health Day.

Find out more about World Mental Health Day and some tips for staying calm and improving mental health on Mind’s website here.

Mental Health is something that all of us have and how “good” or “bad” it is can change on a daily basis.

Being a sports fan can give you a sense of community and improve your mental health. Find out more here

For more useful information about mental health you can visit the Mental Health Foundation’s website here and the rights info website article here


Ruth Hopkins, General Manager of LPF said “Level Playing Field is pleased to help raise awareness on World Mental Health Day. Statistics show that one in four people will be affected by mental health at some time in their lives. We know that sport can play a big part in improving mental health – not just participating and playing sport but also by participating as a spectator. Following and supporting your team can have huge benefits and help with feelings of isolation, anxiety and depression. “

Mental Health can be classed as an invisible disability. Next week, 15th -21st October is Invisible Disabilities Week. To find out more you can visit the Invisible Disabilities website here