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  • Press release 1 listing
    20 March 2015

    The Future In Mind Report

    The recent announcement of an extra £1.25billion for Children & Adolescent Mental Health over the next 5 years is very welcome news.

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    17 March 2015

    Beat Ball, London

    Aged 15-17? Let your hair down at The Beat Ball, 8th April, held in the iconic New York-style warehouse TestBed1 in London

  • Daniela   edited listing
    9 March 2015

    Beat Announces First Selected Artist for 2015

    We're pleased to announce our first Selected Artist - Daniela Raytchev joins us in 2015, supporting our events and raising awareness of Beat with her artistic talents.

  • Steph merron   sb   nick cawley   j   kirsty jones   sb   manchester store edited listing
    27 February 2015

    Retailer "Socks it" to Eating Disorders in Fundraising Drive

    Colleagues at the Simply Be and Jacamo store in Manchester support "Sock it to Eating Disorders" - the week we launch our "Costs of Eating Disorders" report, funded by N Brown Group PLC, owner of fashion brands including JD Williams, Simply Be and Jacamo

  • 25 February 2015

    The Costs of Eating Disorders - Social, Health and Economic Impacts

    Read the full report, commissioned by Beat, produced by PwC, and funded by N Brown Group PLC.

  • Glowstick   edaw 2015 blog listing
    25 February 2015

    It's okay to be a glowstick

    In time for Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015, Ben's blog carries a poignant message - sometimes we have to break before we shine.

  • Alexia   edaw carers gf experience blog listing
    24 February 2015

    Carer's Support Group - Alexia's Group Facilitator Experience

    Support from parents and carers can really help recovery from an eating disorder - a fact highlighted in our latest report. Carers need their own support. Long-term group facilitator Alexia gives her account of her experiences and the benefits for carers.

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    24 February 2015

    Stratford-upon-Avon Ball raises £7000 for Beat

    Beat is delighted to have been chosen as one of the beneficiary charities of the Charity Ball for a two year period.

  • Jason 1   edited 18.12.14 listing
    24 February 2015

    Interview with Alfie Browne-Sykes - Hollyoaks' Jason Roscoe

    Alfie Browne-Sykes, who portrays Jason Roscoe in Hollyoaks - a young man struggling with an eating disorder - talks to Beat about being offered the role, audience and cast reactions, increasing pressures on men, and what he's learnt from the experience.

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    24 February 2015

    Recovery and Resolutions

    Stacey (pictured) reflects on the pressures that the New Year brings, and how it's okay to acknowledge those moments when you feel yourself slipping.