Meet Helen, our former volunteer and current Trustee



Ask the Chief Executive Officer,

Gill Ellison, any questions,
give feedback, comments
and compliments here.


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We would like to thank everyone, especially Jasmin and Kelsey, who was involved in organising the recent Fun Day at Outwood Academy in Haydock.


An amazing £1403.72 was raised with generosity from visitors and raffle prize donors. Also, a big thank you to all the stall holders and the volunteers on the day. With an initial target of £500, Kelsey and Jasmin smashed it!

A place to grow!
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Click here to find out more about our fantastic allotment project

Our Strategic Plan

Click here to see our strategy for the next two years


Finding help in a crisis
Our Annual Report

Click here to see our Annual Report for 2020-2021

Let us brighten your day!

The impact of COVID-19 is being felt everywhere.

Self-isolation can bring with it loneliness and a feeling of loss

of connection with your community.


We can help you!


You may be surprised that St. Helens Mind doesn’t just help people who are experiencing mental health difficulties. We are also here to help you to maintain your mental wellbeing, by tackling issues like loneliness and isolation that can lead to stress and anxiety.


We are now offering you the chance to enjoy our beautiful allotment each Thursday to help you to keep connected, share your thoughts, enjoy the fresh air and good company. It will be a chance to do some gardening as well as just getting together for a chat and a laugh over a cuppa - vital in these challenging times. 

Would you like to know more?


If you feel that you, or someone you know, would benefit from a regular visit to our lovely allotment/garden and be assured of a warm welcome, please get in touch and we can arrange a visit.  


Email or Phone: 07703 185 232


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