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A ‘get ²gether’ is taking place in Cheltenham to provide an opportunity for people to find out more about ²gether NHS Foundation Trust and its work.

²gether, which provides mental and social health care across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, is organising the event with Trust Public Governors on the evening of Tuesday May 13.

The event will take place at St Luke’s Church Hall, in St Luke’s Place, from 6.30 until 8.30pm.

It is an opportunity for everyone to learn more about the services provided to people in Cheltenham and beyond, as well as become members of the Trust.

Ros Taylor, ²gether’s Public Governor for Cheltenham, who is also Lead Governor for the Trust, said: “This event is an opportunity for members and non-members of the Trust to hear more about our work to support people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities and other conditions, such as dementia.

“It is being held during Mental Health Awareness Week, so we will be hearing from a guest speaker from our Let’s Talk service who will be speaking about anxiety, which is the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year.

“Let’s Talk provides a range of services to help people with anxiety and other mental health conditions, and it will be very interesting to hear about how debilitating anxiety can be, but also the support available to sufferers.”

The event will also feature a presentation from Trust Chief Executive Shaun Clee, and there will be opportunities to speak with representatives from local services, visit stands, ask questions of our Board and Governors, provide feedback and have a say in helping to shape local services.

For further information or to register to attend please contact Debbie Robbens on 01452 894007 or debbie.robbens@glos.nhs.uk