Many of the people key to YANA’s origin and ongoing success gathered virtually to celebrate our new charity status and the highly-respected contribution we continue to make to rural mental health support.
Matt Hubbard has become a Trustee of YANA and we asked him to explain why and what he wants to help YANA to achieve.
A veterinary practice serving livestock farmers in the heart of northern England has decided to raise awareness of YANA, and at the same time raise money for YANA and other charities providing rural mental health support.
A bittersweet view filled the fields and lanes of East Norfolk on a September weekend as a farming community pulled together by driving their tractors – and other vehicles – to celebrate the life of one of its own.
“Talking about mental health is not, for many people, a subject they’re comfortable with”, so starts the article in the latest edition of the Sugar Beet Review magazine.
“I think we will find that YANA is needed even more.” Henry Kilvert, YANA Chair.