AM attends Mind Monmouthshire’s Open Day

LOCAL Assembly Member Nick Ramsay was delighted to attend the open day held today by Mind Monmouthshire at Henton House, Abergavenny.

The event was well attended and was part of the county council backed “Gateway” initiative with Mind providing a valuable local service for people with homeless problems and suffering from mental health issues.

Nick with Helen Jones of Mind (on left) and an MCC employee involved with the “Gateway” project(on right.)

Nick with Helen Jones of Mind (on left) and an MCC employee involved with the “Gateway” project(on right.)

Speaking after the open day Nick said:

“Mind are a victim of their own success with more referrals than ever before.

“The Welsh Government will need to support organisations like Mind through “supporting people” funding and other funding streams in the future as Mind do a great deal of valuable work locally. I intend to provide them with as much support as I can for the future.

“It was great catching up with the team in Abergavenny. Keep up the good work.”

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