A research professor who recently received a CBE has accepted an honorary contract with Broadmoor Hospital in recognition of his work with the specialist mental health hospital over the past 35 years. Continue Reading CBE professor accepts contract with Broadmoor
A radio advert about a recruitment / open day at Broadmoor Hospital, which has been broadcast on Kiss FM, is incorrect. No such event is taking place.
Continue Reading Recuitment day radio advert is incorrect
The first of three public events to discuss our plans to become a Foundation Trust will be held this Wednesday, 27 July, 11.30am-12.30pm, at the St Bernard’s site in Southall.
Continue Reading FT consultation meeting this Wednesday
Service users and staff from The Cassel Hospital have launched a photography exhibition at Watermans Arts Centre in Brentford.
Continue Reading Mental health Xposed in Watermans exhibition
An Ealing student has won the competition to design artwork for our charity single, Wander Free, released in partnership with pop-rockers Storey to raise awareness about mental health issues.
We’re pleased to announce that non executive director Geoff Rose has been re-appointed by the Appointments Commission for Health and Social Care.
We’re making the difference through our mental health membership and anti-stigma campaign, Open Minds, and we’re excited to announce that Angie Bray, MP for Ealing and Acton, has becomes our 6,000th member. Continue Reading Local MP becomes our 6,000th member!
Our Annual report for 2010-11 is now available. Download the PDF online, or get in touch to request a printed copy. Continue Reading Annual report 2010-11 published
As part of our commitment to reduce our carbon footprint and encourage sustainable transport, we’re once again supporting Bike Week this year.
A new exhibition at Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham showcases the work of celebrated Victorian artist Richard Dadd, noted for his depictions of fairies and other supernatural beings and a former patient at Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire. Continue Reading Richard Dadd’s life and work brought to Twickenham