RAMH to serve up bar­be­cue

Paisley Daily Express - - Front Page -

Ren­frew­shire’s men­tal health char­ity RAMH char­ity is set to host a slap-up bar­be­cue.

Booze is banned from the bash, which aims to show drink is not needed for a good time.

Ser­vice man­ager Paul Hen­der­son said: “Al­co­hol af­fects mood and im­pacts phys­i­cal health, both of which af­fect well­be­ing.

“Th e b a r b e c u e is an op­por­tu­nity to get in­for­ma­tion and sup­port to give peo­ple the confidence to re­duce their al­co­hol in­take, look at al­ter­na­tives, and to make other healthy changes in their lives.

“Peo­ple can find out more about al­co­hol sup­port and re­duc­tion strate­gies, con­nect with ser­vices and learn more about men­tal health sup­port.

“It’s a chance to sim­ply en­joy our lovely gar­den with great food and good com­pany.

“We are look­ing for­ward to wel­com­ing ev­ery­one.”

Chefs will rus­tle up chicken, fish, sal­ads and veg­gie ke­babs, along­side a range of healthy drinks.

The party takes place at the RAMH base on Black­stoun Road, Pais­ley, on June 23 be­tween noon and 4pm.

It is part of Brighter Ren­frew­shire Al­co­hol Aware­ness Week, which runs from June 19 to 23. No book­ing is nec­es­sary. RAMH pro­motes re­cov­ery from men­tal ill health, and em­pow­ers peo­ple to build in­de­pen­dent, ful­filled lives.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www. ramh. org or con­tact en­quiries@ramh.org or 0141 847 8900.

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