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ThriveFest 2020 for World Mental Health Day

Thrive Edinburgh, the Mental Health Foundation and Health in Mind are hosting our first online ThriveFest festival focusing on how creativity can contribute to our mental health and wellbeing.

In these times of uncertainty, confusion and chaos people have reached to the arts for support, solace, fun and understanding. We are going to celebrate and provoke the resilience and imagination of the human spirit with a series of online events, discussions and workshops.

At 6pm, Thrive city sisters - London, New York and Amsterdam - will come together in the international chat room to share how they have looked after their own and their city’s mental health during these troubled times.

All details can be found on the mental health foundation website at the link below. We would like to thank both the Mental Health Foundation and Health In Mind for being wonderful partners in bringing this together. We are delighted to be collaborating with our sister Thrive cities – London and Amsterdam.

https://www.mhfestival.com/2020/673-thrive-edinburgh-world-mental-health-day-virtual-festival

For live events you will be asked to sign up through Eventbrite and will receive the zoom link to access this.

All pre-recorded material will be available for you to watch at your leisure.

We hope you enjoy it and hope to see you Saturday 10th October 2020!

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