Bassetlaw: Mental health unit helped by college cash

Student Adviser at Vision-West Nottinghamshire College, Mansfield Kirsty Betts (centre right) presented a cheque for �302.79 to Bassetlaw Hospital Ward B2 on Monday. the monies was raised through various fundraising events during Mental Health Awareness Week in May. receiving the cheque (left to rfight) Annette Palmer, wrad manager, Sarah and Jo Horsley, Acute Operational Manager Adult Mental Health Nottinghamshire Health Care Trust
Student Adviser at Vision-West Nottinghamshire College, Mansfield Kirsty Betts (centre right) presented a cheque for �302.79 to Bassetlaw Hospital Ward B2 on Monday. the monies was raised through various fundraising events during Mental Health Awareness Week in May. receiving the cheque (left to rfight) Annette Palmer, wrad manager, Sarah and Jo Horsley, Acute Operational Manager Adult Mental Health Nottinghamshire Health Care Trust
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Bassetlaw Hospital’s mental health unit has been presented with a welcome cash boost thanks to donations from West Notts College.

Following fundraising activites during the college’s Mental Health Awareness Week, student health and wellbeing advisor Kirsty Betts presented a cheque for £302.79 to the unit.

Acute operational manager for adult mental health Jo Horsley said: “This is a very kind donation from staff and students at West Notts College.”

The money will go towards art and craft equipment, books, DVDs, and provisions for upcoming day trips.