Edge Hill University staff joined partners Everton in the Community to welcome The Duke of Cambridge to Liverpool today as he visited one of the charity’s mental health campaigns.
Portraits of Everton FC players created by schoolchildren will be shown on stadium screens, helping to raise awareness of the importance of positive mental health among young people.
Graduating with a merit, 31-year-old Eddie Owen hasn’t let a turbulent 18 months after being diagnosed with epilepsy deter him from helping other young people succeed.
In the first ever nationwide survey of its kind, academics at Edge Hill University, in partnership with DOCIAsport, have announced today (15 April) a mixed picture for mental illness and poor mental health experienced by people who play sport, exercise or who work in the UK sport and physical activity sector. Responses from over 1200 […]
Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community’s flagship children’s mental health programme has been shortlisted for a national award for its positive impact across Merseyside.
If ever there was a living endorsement for making the most of all the opportunities on offer at Edge Hill University, it’s Sports Development and Management student Jonathan Ollerenshaw who graduates today.
Edge Hill won the ‘Cross-Sector Partnership Award’ at this year’s Charity Times Awards for its pioneering sport and mental health work with Everton in the Community (EitC) and Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
Everton FC star Leighton Baines has backed innovative children’s mental health project Tackling the Blues, a joint initiative between Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community.
Dedicated Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health student Jack Mullineux has already managed to secure his dream job after completing his Masters and graduating from Edge Hill University today.
A programme combining emoji bingo and sport to tackle children’s mental health across Merseyside, last night (Thursday 24 November) won a prestigious award.