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11th June 2020
Pauline Mountain MBE, our lead governor has written a blog about her experience of being a carer to mark Carers Week 2020.
8th June 2020
Carers Week runs from the 8th to the 14th of June and this year the theme is ‘making caring visible’. In Lincolnshire alone, there are over 84,000 carers and in this period of increased isolation, it is more…
5th June 2020
Out of 3,170 other NHS organisations rolling out Microsoft Teams during COVID-19, LPFT has regularly featured in the top 10 of NHS trusts nationally using Microsoft Teams.
29th May 2020
Volunteers’ Week runs from 1-7 June each year to celebrate and thank volunteers across the UK. NHS organisations in Lincolnshire would like to shine a spotlight on their volunteers, to say a big thank you for…
As we mark Volunteers’ Week 2020 the Chair of LPFT, Paul Devlin wanted to take the opportunity to express his thanks and gratitude for everything LPFT volunteers do.
19th May 2020
A Lincolnshire family have found a creative and compassionate way to pass the time during week nine of lockdown by running 35k for Mental Health Awareness Week.
18th May 2020
This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 18 – 24 May, centred around the power and potential of kindness, and its ability to connect humanity even in times of physical distance.
11th May 2020
Leading NHS nurses from across Lincolnshire are giving their thanks and asking for the public’s support as part of celebrations for International Nurses’ Day.
1st May 2020
As patient visiting remains temporarily suspended across Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust wards, a new postcard scheme for carers, family and friends has been launched.
24th April 2020
Nearly 100 student nurses will be joining the frontline NHS Lincolnshire teams to help fight back against the coronavirus pandemic.
Money is being raised for an NHS mental health charity through the sale of canvas prints of Lincoln Cathedral bathed in blue, in a tribute to key workers during the COVID-19 response.
21st April 2020
To help voluntary organisations based in England continue to provide mental health services - or provide additional support - you can apply for a Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund (CMHRF) grant.