Bath Mind 

Bath Mind celebrates World Mental Health Day by creating map of the fabulous green spaces in our city 

Bath Mind encourages everyone to consider their own mental health by being kind to ourselves and to others for World Mental Health Day….and beyond!

To celebrate World Mental Health Day, Bath Mind have created a map of the fabulous green spaces in our city, with beautiful photographs by Jason Dorley-Brown (


You can wander through Bath, following Bath Mind’s suggestions to take a ‘mindful moment’ in one or more the city’s green spaces. Just click on the link below to download your free “Wellbeing Map of Bath” and a “Be Kind To Yourself Kit”. 

In a celebration of kindness, Bath Mind’s partners, artist Ali Brown and illustrator Sam Church, bring to life the words, themes and thoughts collected in the 'Manifesto for Compassion' which Bath Mind share in shop windows - “Kindness is Everywhere” - Anthropologie; “Kindness Ripples Out” - The Good Day Cafe and “Kindness Starts with You” the Mind charity shop. Find out about all our World Mental Health Day activities by clicking below: 

Bath Mind is also supporting local businesses with a World Mental Health Day webinar on 12th October: “Pandemic stress and the importance of workplace wellness during Covid”. This session considers the impact of mental health in a changing business landscape, as well as some of the practical steps that employers can take to help their businesses and enable their staff thrive at work.  


Bath Mind also offer mental health training and wellbeing initiatives for businesses through our online Wellbeing in the Workplace scheme. For more details contact . For information on training and workshops for individuals, schools, colleges and businesses head to

During Covid-19, Bath Mind’s phone lines have supported over 2000 people in crisis, across B&NES. We need your help, now more than ever,  to enable us to continue our vital services. If you can, please donate by clicking the image below: 


If you, or someone you know are experiencing mental health difficulties, please get in touch. Talking to someone is a vital first step.

Compassionate Community Hub – 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday

0300 247 0050

Breathing Space phone support – 5.30pm- 11.30pm, Every day

01225 983130