Mental Health Watch
Our Mental Health Watch campaign was launched in October 2015.
Its aims are to reduce the stigma around mental health issues, raise awareness as well as campaign for improved services in Norfolk and Suffolk, where the trust is in special measures.
Open Up: 'I still have very dark times - but now I have the tools to cope'
Open Up: 'I did not know what was happening to me, my life fell apart'
Children and young people with mental ill health 'slipped through the net' as staff were forced to make own waiting lists
Open Up: Mother's heartbreak over son's suicide led to inspiring campaign
Open Up: Stephen Fry urges 'human beating hearts' of Norfolk to speak about men's mental health
Open Up: Asking for help is a sign of courage and strength for men with mental ill health
Open Up: 'When my black dog bites and lays me low, I bite back and rise again'
Mental health support to be ‘beefed up’ in weeks following Brexit
Mental health crisis hub delayed by a year as patients continue to be sent hundreds of miles for treatment
‘There is not a normal day’ - Mental health nurse speaks about highs and lows of job for first Mental Health Nurses Day
‘We’re playing with death’ - Woman who has suffered with anorexia for 30 years hits out at lack of support
‘No definitive timeline’ on when plan for improvements at mental health trust will be announced
Police called 200 times to mental health hospital - now they appoint dedicated officer due to number of calls
Ministers told to put patients at centre of mental health redesign
‘Patients end up suffering’ - Anorexia service still failing patients, says father of teen who died in 2012
‘How do I go on?’ Family of tragic teen brand social media sites as ‘dangerous’
Mental health trust senior manager was sacked for gross misconduct in previous role
‘There must be no more deaths’ - Four mothers who lost sons to suicide join London protest for better mental health care
Mother tells how crisis mental health line would just ring and ring
Get Behind Your Market
Although Norwich Market has changed with the times – and faced periods of uncertainty – its colourful striped roofs are now an iconic part of the city centre.
But the market can only continue to thrive if people back the traders on their doorstep.
That’s why the Evening News today launches our Get Behind Your Market campaign, to encourage everyone to support the market, so it can carry on for many years to come.
Norwich’s historic market to be celebrated as part of Love Your Local Market fortnight
Stall of the Week: Third generation stall holders hails market’s ‘great deals and friendly service’
‘It’s the best day of my life’ - Man helped by social enterprise The Feed celebrates opening of its new market stall
Reaction mixed as council set to curtail service charge rise at Norwich’s historic market
Stall of the Week: Super-sized treats take centre stage at Norwich market stall
Stall of the Week: Bow down to the brow on popular Norwich market stall
Stall of the Week: Norwich market chip stalls with 40 year history expanding to cater for all
Funding scheme launched to help Norwich social enterprise get a market stall
From 007 to tranquillity heaven - the Norwich market stallholder who was once Pierce Brosnan’s double in Die Another Day
Future of Norwich market fruit and vegetable stall is in family hands
Asian eclair recipe inspires a new stall on Norwich market
Quality second-hand clothing makes market a destination for fashion seekers
Four new food stalls open on Norwich’s historic market
Norwich market stallholder swapped science for silver to enter his trade
Grab yourself a festive bargain on Norwich market
Pigeons are driving away Norwich market customers, says tea stall owner
Chance to get behind Norwich market and win some money too
‘If you don’t love it, you don’t do it’ says Norwich market stallholder
City council responds to Norwich market concerns raised by traders and shoppers
Norwich market pair have a passion for locally-made bread
Hemsby Inshore Rescue Service
As part of the Great Yarmouth Mercury campaign to help Hemsby Inshore Rescue Service raise the money it needs to keep saving lives off shore and on the Broads, we will be getting to know the crew, who are all volunteers, that keep the service running not just out on the water but behind the scenes too.