Tag: Touchstone

New evening cafe for people with mental health problems

Leeds’ Well-Bean café offering a lifeline to people during a mental health crisis in South Leeds Touchstone, in partnership with Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service, is building on the success of the Well-Bean café in Lincoln Green, with the opening of a second café in South Leeds later this month.

Community decides which project to fund

St Luke’s Church was packed last  Saturday (24 November 2018) as local people came along to find out about new local projects and vote on which ones should get a grant. The U Choose event was organised by local mental health charity Touchstone’s Migrant Access Project Plus (MAP+). 160 people

New to Leeds? Online services guides can help

Two new online guides providing people who have recently moved to Leeds from another country with a wealth of important information on how to access a variety of services that are available in the city, have been officially launched. Undertaken as part of Leeds City Council’s ambition with partners from

Trentham Park – transformed by local people this summer

This summer saw Trentham Park in Beeston Hill transformed from a dull, unsafe, uncared-for space into a vibrant family-friendly play area, through a community-based project called ‘Green up Your Life – For Art’s Sake’. The project – coordinated by Nick Lalvani from Touchstone, and funded by Leeds City Council –

Touchstone honoured at UK’s largest diversity awards

Touchstone – the Beeston based mental health and wellbeing charity – is celebrating winning the National Diversity Awards in the Diverse Company category at a star-studded night at the breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. The awards were held on 14 September and saw individuals and organisations from across the UK crowned