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Upcoming events

cycling

8thAug

8th August 2024, 10:30 - 12:00

Cycling Workshop - beginners and up!

Whether you've been cycling a while, or would like to try it out, we've teamed up with PedalReady to offer a trial cycling session. Read more

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Latest news

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Posted: 5th June 2024

A Summer of Wellbeing

Throughout August, we'll be hosting a variety of groups to give you chance to try out new activities, explore new skills and meet new people. Read more

Volunteer Posts 2024 (2)

Posted: 3rd June 2024

Lucy - our young people's volunteer mentor on why she volunteers with Doncaster Mind

This role is so significant to me, as it allows me to see the progress of clients I have mentored, and further acknowledge the real positive impact that the support systems put in place by Doncaster Mind has on people. Read more

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