Sutton exhibition beating the stigma around mental health

Sutton Mental Health Foundation is holding a six month exhibition at Whitehall Historic House which started on Friday 27 January 2023.

The foundation is a community mental health support service for anyone under 18 and living in the London Borough of Sutton.

Ovie Oboh, Operations Manager at Sutton Mental Health Foundation and working group lead for the exhibition said: “Stigma is one of the biggest causes of people living in silence and not having the confidence to speak about their mental hea

Virginia Woolf statue unveiled in Richmond

A bronze statue of legendary author Virginia Woolf was unveiled by artist and award winning sculptor Laury Dizengremel on Richmond Riverside on November 16.

Emma Woolf, her son Ludo and Sophie Partridge, all of which are descendants of Woolf, carried out the unveiling.

Figureheads for the campaign were writer and publisher Cheryl Robson, writer Anne Sebba and writer and broadcaster Bamber Gascoigne.

When talking about the unveiling of the statue, Robson said: “It was fantastic to finally unve

Twickenham project supports community in cost-of-living crisis

The cost-of-living crisis has impacted many people in the south west London area with many seeking cheaper options for food.

The Real Junk Food Project operates a pay as you feel café in Twickenham as well as other various areas around the country.

Pay as you feel allows for customers to pay how much they can afford for café items.

They aim to provide affordable and healthy food to those subject to food poverty as well as a warm and non-judgemental place where people can feel welcome and pay