#CheltenhamUnmuted

Closed 7 May 2021

Opened 26 Apr 2021

Feedback updated 7 Jun 2021

We asked

Thank you for responding to our survey. The results have been really interesting.

You said

Have a look at the links on the #CheltenhamUnmuted consultation to see the summary of results from the survey.

We did

The results will be used by the Heads Up steering group to inform our events and activities over the coming months.  Keep an eye out for updates on on Heads Up Cheltenham at cheltenham.gov.uk/heads-up or like our facebook page @headsupchelt

Results updated 7 Jun 2021

If you would like to see a summary of the results please either click on the video to hear Councillor Flo Clucas talk about the survey results or click on the link to download a pdf summary.

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Overview

Heads Up Cheltenham is returning for a year-long campaign to encourage good mental health and wellbeing across the whole town. To kick the campaign off, from Monday 26 April, people who live and work in Cheltenham are being invited to take part in this wellbeing survey.

When you answer the questions please do not include any personal details.

As well as the #CheltenhamUnmuted survey, there will be a virtual launch event during which both professionals and the public, will share their experiences and understanding of good mental health.

The online conference, #CheltenhamUnmuted, will go live at 6pm on Thursday 13 May, during national Mental Health Awareness Week, and will remain available to watch online via cheltenham.gov.uk/heads-up 

 

What happens next

The results from the survey will form part of the #CheltenhamUnmuted virtual event on 13th May.  They will also be used by the Heads Up Steering group to develop the Heads Up Cheltenham year of action 2021-2022.

You can keep up to date on the year of action via the Heads Up Cheltenham Facebook or Twitter pages

Events

  • #CheltenhamUnmuted

    From 13 May 2021 at 18:00 to 13 May 2021 at 19:30

    There will be an online launch event during which both professionals and the public, will share their experiences and understanding of good mental health. The online conference, #CheltenhamUnmuted, will go live at 6pm on Thursday 13 May, during National Mental Health Awareness Week, and will remain available to watch online via cheltenham.gov.uk/heads-up

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Audiences

  • Anyone from any background