Mayor to attend culture and diversity mental health event

Blue SparkyRichmond Fellowship will play host to the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea as part of an event to promote cultural diversity and tackle mental health stigma.

Councillor Robert Freeman will be in attendance at the event that will showcase a range of dancers, poetry, and cuisine from around the world.

The event will also aim to tackle mental health stigma in the community, an area of focus for Richmond Fellowship.

Stephen Smith-Trask, managing director for Richmond Fellowship in the south, said:

“We’re honoured to have the Mayor attend our event to highlight the power of communities coming together to tackle mental health stigma. Our event will celebrate the best of our diverse, local community as we come together to enjoy music, art and food.

“Events like this are key to bringing people together and holding conversations about mental health to reduce the stigma surrounding it and help improve community care.”

Richmond Fellowship is committed to tackling mental health stigma and operating as an inclusive organisation to provide support to people from all backgrounds living with mental ill health.

Find out more about the services we provide in Kensington and Chelsea.

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