Wellness Wednesday celebrates community and connections for Mental Health Week

Updated October 5 2020 - 5:37pm, first published 4:19pm
Working together: Back row - Susan Isherwood O'Donnell (Peel Community Mental Health Service), Kay Williams (Ramsey Health Campus), Sonya Snowsill (APM Communities), Gail Frater (City of Mandurah), Nicole Ingram (event coordinator), Sue Jowett (Consumer Advisory Group); Front row - Katrina Mirco (AVIVO), Vicki Pollard (Peel Volunteer Resource Centre), Liz (Peel Connect), Sharlie Reid (Neami), Julie Bywaters (Peel Connect), Peta Marlow (Mind Australia). Photo: Supplied.
Working together: Back row - Susan Isherwood O'Donnell (Peel Community Mental Health Service), Kay Williams (Ramsey Health Campus), Sonya Snowsill (APM Communities), Gail Frater (City of Mandurah), Nicole Ingram (event coordinator), Sue Jowett (Consumer Advisory Group); Front row - Katrina Mirco (AVIVO), Vicki Pollard (Peel Volunteer Resource Centre), Liz (Peel Connect), Sharlie Reid (Neami), Julie Bywaters (Peel Connect), Peta Marlow (Mind Australia). Photo: Supplied.

The Peel Wellness Wednesday event celebrates and recognises WA Mental Health Week held this year on Wednesday, October 14 from 10am - 2pm on the Eastern Foreshore, Mandurah.

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