DUNOON Grammar School is looking to bring the community together to speak about mental health.
Over the past year the school has become one the most active schools in Scotland in improving attitudes to mental health. It is one of six pilot schools for the brand new ‘What’s On Your Mind?’ pack from national anti-stigma programme See Me.
The school has been working with See Me over the past year to pilot and test the pack which supports teachers and pupils to develop skills to tackle stigma and discrimination.
As part of its work, the school is holding a Walk a Mile event around Dunoon tomorrow (June 9).
MALLZEE, the Scottish-born and -based fashion shopping app, is today celebrating its millionth download, cementing its position as the UKs leading multi-retailer fashion app.
Founded in Edinburgh in early 2013, Mallzee, commonly dubbed the Tinder for fashion, has pioneered the m- commerce consumer experience – by bringing together hundreds of high street retailers making it easy for shoppers to find, compare, save and buy clothes, shoes and accessories.
Mallzee founder and CEO Cally Russell, from Glendaruel, said: ‘One million people downloading Mallzee – it’s a huge number.
‘It’s 100 times the population of my home town of Dunoon, it’s two times the population of sunny Edinburgh, it’s 20 per cent of the population of Scotland and it’s one 60th of the population of the whole of the UK.’