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‘Working Together’ was developed in Cambridge ten years ago as an informal network made up of a wide and growing range of people who care about mental health issues.

It exists to provide a friendly forum for sharing innovative practice, promoting user involvement and supporting individuals who are trying to make a difference, wherever they are and whatever their background. Working Together aims to breaks down barriers and accept differences. If you choose to get involved with us we can offer you a positive experience amongst like minded people.

In April we were also involved in forming a new branch in Peterborough, and in November a group was started in Huntingdon.

The list of organisations involved is extensive and includes the statutory and voluntary sectors (including those that are service user-led), current and ex- service users, workers in local services and carers.

Working Together Lunches
We hold free quarterly lunches where people gather together to find out what’s happening locally in the mental health community and beyond. These are held at ARU (Anglia Ruskin University) in Cambridge on a Friday 12-2pm. Please see the 'What's On' pages for details of venues for Peterborough and Huntingdon. Here you will have an opportunity to network with others and share your views. Funding for our lunches comes from a Trust charitable fund and donations are always gratefully received. See the 'What's On' page for dates of future lunches.

Other Activities
We are also involved in organising key events in Cambridge around World Mental Health Day, Mental Health Action Week and in promoting the principles of Recovery.

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