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let’s end mental health discrimination

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Recommended reading and viewing

An Unquiet Mind - A memoir of moods and madness by Kaye Redfield Jamison

The Yellow Book - poems and images. Available free from rethinkyourmind.co.uk or outpatients departments all over the city and county.

Talk Out Loud - a short video featuring a group of Northamptonshire young people talking about mental health stigma. It incorporates BSL signing.


A poem by Jane Knight


Like a drowning man grasping for light and air

You grapple with the darkness before

Bursting like a rocket thru the icy water

Before twirling like a Catherine wheel

Onto the surface of the still green water

(© Jane Knight 2013 All rights reserved)


Churchyard acrylic by Jane Knight

© Jane Knight 2013 All rights reserved

© Rich Wakefield 2013 All rights reserved

© Rich Wakefield 2013 All rights reserved

Jane Knight sent in this nice acrylic painting.

Hornet

Here are a couple of great macro images from our own multitalented Rich Wakefield. See his flikr pages for a lot more of his work.


Soldier beetle
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Balloons

Just love this one by Julie.

Shelter (second edit)

A video by Julie, our Staff Photographer.

she's on the commode

and wearing a wig

I'm on the throne

and doing grunts big






he's having a squat

on benefits

they're taxing the poor

the millionaire shits

but shit is good

don't be absurd

it nurtures food

the privileged turds

A somewhat scatological poem by Bobba Cass, which he read out at the anti-ATOS demonstration held outside their Leicester offices on 19 February 2014.

Osborne’s Privy Yeast

but turds okay

they're naturally vile

these men are raised

on cultured bile

(Photo: The Telegraph)

02-Springtime in the Soul (SAD).mp3

Leicester Time to Change Art Exhibition October 2014

Members of Pete Hirst’s band ‘Refuge’ playing at the evening event of the Art Exhibition held at Bishop Street Methodist Church. Click on the image to hear ‘Springtime in the Soul’, a track from their ‘Allowed a Voice’ album.