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Jaime Tunstall

5k a day for Mental Health Awareness Week

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My story

[p]One of the realisations during Lockdown has been the impact on everyone’s mental health. [/p][p]Being away from our usual routines, our family, friends, work and school and not having the freedom to leave our homes as and when we want has impacted each and every one of us. [/p][p]As a family we have seen how important the daily exercise has been to all of our emotional and mental wellbeing as well as our physical health. [/p][p]As parents of 2 young daughters we are very aware of any anxieties and worries about the current climate and the future we may have, and we want to bring them up in a world where mental health awareness is discussed openly free of any judgement and exercise is a great way of helping to achieve a healthy body and healthy mind. [/p][p]Both girls have really missed their normal routines and family / friends and have at times struggled getting used to a new routine and have been frustrated with understanding the reasoning behind it. [/p][p][url=https://www.lpft.nhs.uk/young-people/lincolnshire/young-people/i-need-more-help/healthy-minds-lincolnshire]Healthy Minds Lincolnshire (part of LPFT)[/url] provide emotional wellbeing support for children and young people up to 19 years old. They have been developing some self-help resources to share with children and parent/carers that may help manage worries in difficult times. [/p][p]Rosalind (6) and Emmeline (4) both enjoy running and have seen people on the news doing events to raise money for charity. They have asked if they can help too and would like to raise some money to help people who may be struggling. [/p][p]The girls are going to run 5k a day during Mental Health Awareness Week 18-24 May (with their mummy and daddy with them at all times and at a safe social distance from others) and all money raised will go towards providing mental health provision for children and young people. #besafe #bekind #beresponsible[/p][p][b]#mentalhealthawarenessweek[/b][/p]
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Personal Challenge Date

18 May 2020


May 24, 2020

Elliot Hughes

Well done all, you're amazing!! Love Elliot x

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

May 24, 2020

Sarah N

Well done girls. Amazing stuff. And well done Mum and Dad Tunstall too xx

£50.00 plus £12.50 Gift Aid

May 24, 2020



May 24, 2020

Tina Gellie

Congratulations Rosalind and Emmeline! You should feel really proud of yourselves for running so far and thinking of others in raising money for such an important cause. Lots of love, Tina xxx

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

May 24, 2020

Neil Bristow

Great work. Well done guys.

£15.00 plus £3.75 Gift Aid

May 24, 2020


Wow what a fantastic achievement! Well done to you all!

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

May 24, 2020


Well done to you and the girls

£15.00 plus £3.75 Gift Aid

May 23, 2020


You’re all amazing, well done team T, proud of you all xx

May 23, 2020


Well done girls, a wonderful thing you are doing and a great achievement!

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid

May 23, 2020


Well done Rosalind and Emmeline xxx

£10.00 plus £2.50 Gift Aid