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Be a Friend
A volunteer befriending service for adults in Louth and surrounding areas who have little or no social contact, often as a result of ill health or bereavement.
Contact: Gill Fraser
Tel: 07890 629 062
Area covered: Louth and surrounding areas...
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Mobile: 07890 629 062

Beyond the Blues
Join our relaxed social support group. For people who may suffer with depression, mental health issues or loneliness. Enjoy shared activities and events. Supporting one another and making friends. Just a cuppa and a chat may make a difference to your wellbeing.

Use our craft workshop or h...
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Address :
The Foyer, 81 Eastgate, Sleaford.

Mobile: 07852 601 700

Big White Wall

Big White Wall is

an online, safe, supportive community where you can work through whatever is troubling you 24/7

free for Veterans, serving personnel and their families find out more in their BigWhiteWall brochure

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20 Queen Elizabeth's Walk London
N16 0HX


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Bipolar support - Sleaford
Bipolar Support Group
We meet to chat and share in confidence our experiences and coping strategies that may help manage the ups and downs of living with Bipolar mood disorder .

12.15pm to 2.15pm
1st  Tuesday of each month 

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Address :
The Sleaford Foyer 81 East Gate
NG34 7EA

Mobile: 07749 451794

Bipolar UK
We provide a range of services to enable people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses to take control of their lives.

Each year we support over 70,000 individuals through our services and information & advice publications.

Our services include:
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Address :
Bipolar UK 11 Belgrave Road London

Phone: 020 7931 6480


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Bipolar UK self help group - Lincoln

Meets 1st Saturday of every month 1.00pm - 3.00pm

Bipolar UK self help groups cover the length and breadth of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Groups are free to attend and are open to all individuals affected by bipolar including those with a diagnosis, those pre-diagnosis, their fam...
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Address :
Involve@Lincoln 12 MINT LANE Lincoln


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Boston Body Hub
offers an affordable, customer-focused, accessible community gym; one which listens to its members and responds to their needs. This is a new concept in wellbeing incorporating a gym and healthy cafe as well as competitively priced food supplements and retail products.

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Boston Body Hub CIC Unit 2 20 Wide Bargate Boston Lincolnshire
PE21 6RF

Phone: 01205 837172
Mobile: 07801 900003


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Boston Body Hub - Active 8 project
A 3 month project, in a friendly, caring environment which aims to bring people together to experiences new activities and support better mental health & wellbeing.

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