Time to Talk Day 2020 is taking place on Thursday 6th February. Help to change someone's life and get into conversations about good mental health.
Did you know that the First Monday of February which this year falls on Monday 3rd February has been labelled “National Sickie Day”?
Ironically, the data from hundreds of thousands of UK employees shows that this just isn’t true. In fact, this date is only the 14th in the rankings of sickie days through the year.
The third Monday in January has been dubbed Blue Monday and this year it falls on 20th January. As Christmas and the New Year celebrations become a distant memory and dark cold nights edge us into the depths of winter, for some it can feel like a very depressing time of year.
- World Mental Health Day Thursday 10th October 2019: Objective: to raise awareness of mental health issues and this years focus is on suicide prevention
- World Suicide Prevention Day 10 September 2019: Raising Awareness on suicide - providing resources, guides and support.
The purpose of the key dates are to raise awareness of mental health and understand that suicide can be prevented. Every one of us have an important role to play and by working together we can help to prevent suicide.
You can make a difference – as a member of society, as a child, as a parent, as a friend, as a colleague or as a neighbour.
This year’s BackCare Awareness Week runs form the 7th to the 11th October and the theme covers Back Pain in Golf.
We think this is a great idea and we would like to support the charity by bringing our readers some simple techniques to help golfers prevent back pain, and as we all know, prevention is better than cure!
The UK has some of the finest golf resorts in the world and planning a great golf day event can be very exciting and rewarding. Below are our top ten idea’s that we have covered for a fabulous golf day!