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Mayo schools are to implement a mental health and wellbeing programme in the classroom over the next three years with the support of local organisations.
Mayo footballer Tom Parsons is encouraging people who may be struggling with their mental health to ‘reach out, speak up, and talk to somebody’.
We take a look back on some of the talking points from the club championship last weekend.
Mindspace Mayo have expressed their thanks Mr Tim O’Leary and the Mayo GAA International Supporters Foundation for their generous and much-appreciated donation of €35,000 which was received last Thursday and will go towards our youth mental health support service.
Mayo GAA has joined forces with both Mindspace Mayo and Croí, the Heart and Stroke Charity, as its official health partners for 2020.
Mindspace Mayo, which offers mental health and well-being support services to young people in the county aged from 15 to 25, celebrated five years in existence last week and is looking forward to what the next five years will bring.
Breaffy GAA Club has extended its commitment to reducing the stigma surrounding mental health with the announcement that Mindspace Mayo will now feature on the club's u14 jerseys. It is hoped that the campaign will raise awareness of youth mental health issues in Mayo. GAA clubs have the ability to educate the community on the power of positive mental health and to ensure people understand the importance of seeking help and understanding the services available to them.
Pete Lane, now in his 80s, who went to Ballindereen national school, spent most of his busy working life ‘on his knees thinning beet’. He had a friend Tommy Staunton from Lough Cutra, who had fought in World War I. Before Tommy went ‘over the top’ he was delighted when each soldier was handed a ‘little glass of brandy’. After which, Tommy claimed, you had no fear in the world. One day they were fighting the Germans, and managed to drive them out of their trenches. There they found a boiler of tea. It was still warm. The men settled down for a good cuppa but the officer warned them that the tea might be poisoned. Nobody cared if it was poisoned or not. ‘We were so exhausted an killed out’ that they enjoyed the break while the fighting continued.
He has been there and done it all with Crossmolina Deel Rovers over the years, but former Mayo player Peadar Gardiner is still doing his bit for his club. On Saturday evening, Crossmolina Deel Rovers once the standard bearers for club football in the county, will be looking to take a notch off a Castlebar Mitchels side who have taken up that mantle in recent years.
Diet and Nutrition talk with Mayo Cancer Support Association