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The Duke of Cambridge announces partnership with The FA

Harnessing the influence and popularity of football, Heads Up will be a campaign to remind us all that mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Building on the important work that has been done throughout the UK to tackle the stigma that surrounds mental health, the campaign will use football to change the…

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The Duke of Cambridge has launched our new partnership with the FA – Heads Up

Our brand new campaign, Heads Up – delivered in partnership with the FA, is set to generate the biggest ever conversation around mental health. Here’s why… Harnessing the influence and popularity of football, Heads Up will be a campaign to remind us all that mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. Heads Up…

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Heads Together legacy project, Shout, launches in the UK

Thanks to all of your support for the Heads Together campaign, today we’re delighted that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have launched Shout – our latest legacy project, which has been delivered by Mental Health Innovations. Shout is a free, 24/7 text messaging service, connecting people experiencing mental…

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Hospital staff take on 26.2 miles for #TeamHeadsTogether runner Sarah Knapp

Last weekend, #TeamHeadsTogether took on the London Marathon. However, the team wasn’t entirely complete. Sarah Knapp, a senior registrar in the obstetrics and gynaecology department at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, was unable to take part after suffering a stroke. Sarah, who’s 39, was “the fittest she had ever been” when she collapsed at her running club…

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#TeamHeadsTogether takes on the 2019 London Marathon

Determined to change the conversation on mental health, #TeamHeadsTogether took on the 2019 London Marathon. All of our runners have a different reason for running and we’re so proud of everything they have achieved. Not only did they tackle 26.2 miles, but they trained and campaigned for months to make sure that anybody struggling with…

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