Nuneaton Mental Health and Wellbeing Walk & Talks

Every other Sunday @ 9:30am

Nuneaton Walk and Talks are heald at two locations:

Sutton Cheney Wharf, Wharf Lane, Nuneaton, CV13 0AL

Hartshill Hayes Country Park, Oldbury Road, Nuneaton, CV10 0TE

How to attend

It is essential that you click into each weekly event on the MATES Public Facebook page to ensure you have the most up-to-date information about the event, which may change due to the weather and/or other events being held at each location.

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What are Mental Health and Wellbeing Walk & Talks about?

Since January 2019 we have held our weekly Mental Health and Wellbeing Walk & Talks as a place where people can come and get things off of their chest and share their problems or concerns, or just get out of the house.

No photos, no notes, no stigma just a nice walk and chat to people in the safety of people that care and will not judge.

They generally last for about an hour around the beautiful park. Organised by MATES (Mental health Awareness Through Educational Speaking) mental health group, it's a great opportunity to come and blow away the cobwebs and get out of the house. Have a chat about mental health or just meet new people.

The Walk & Talks are generally attended by men, however women are of course welcome. People often bring their children and dogs!

Anything that’s said is confidential; no judgement, no notes, no videos, no photos... just people that care x

Meet your Nuneaton hosts!

Nuneaton Walk & Talks are hosted by your MATES  Ambassadors: 

Meet Sophie!

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Meet Josh!

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Be great to see you and meet new MATES!

Conversations Change Lives... let's get the conversation started!


All MATES Mental health Awareness Through Educational Speaking Community Interest Company events are free to participants and are run by volunteers. There are no permissions expressed or implied by the organisers. Participants make use of the facilities at their own risk and without express permission from the organisers or venue owners.With any Physical or Mental health activity you should always seek advice from your GP before taking up a strenuous physical pursuit or engaging in situations that may cause emotional distress.By attending you accept that you do so entirely at your own risk and that it is your responsibility to ensure that you am fit and able to take part in the event.All volunteers are here to listen and signpost. We are not mental health professionals.MATES Mental health Awareness Through Educational Speaking Community Interest Company and its volunteers do not accept responsibility for injury, loss and damage sustained by a participant unless the above injury, loss and damage is proven to have been caused as a direct result of negligence on the part of the organisers.By attending one of our sessions you are agreeing to follow these guidelines.