Month: April 2016

The Brain with David Eagleman -What is reality?

Here at The Terrace we like to keep up with the latest thinking, especially when it comes to matters relating to the way we think and act, and what makes us, us. Earlier this year we saw a documentary in a series that explored how the brain, ‘locked in silence and darkness without direct access to…

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Depression Awareness Week -keep the campaigns going

Darker than grief, an implosion of the self, a sheet of ice: no matter how you describe it, this is a terrifying state to be trapped in Tim Lott, The Guardian Tuesday 19th April 2016. This week is Depression Awareness Week. Perhaps, when there are so many ‘awareness’ days, weeks and now months, we start to…

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Mental health in rural communities: A farmer’s life

Last week, officials from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) agreed to pursue the development of a mental health strategy for the farming industry, prompted by David Simpson MP, who demanded government intervention to deal with the specific mental strains that farmers face. Despite appearances – the rolling fields, animals peacefully grazing and fields of crops…

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‘Open Day’ Fundraiser for St Margaret’s Hospice

This year we are fundraising for a charity that is held in great affection across Somerset. St Margaret’s Hospice

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