Rethink Your Mind: Rochester researcher's musical hit

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ROCHESTER RESEARCHERíS MUSICAL HIT 

IN POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

A ROCHESTER researcherís winning words are to be turned into an urban fusion hit to bang the drum for positive mental health.

Ella Zellaby has never entered a competition before, but she got creative in a mid-project work slump and her poem I Feel Life was picked for Rubie Coltís new single for awareness raising project Rethink Your Mind.

Rethink Your Mind: Devon decorator's arty success

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DEVON DECORATORíS ARTY SUCCESS

IN POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

A TALENTED Tiverton manís moving train station masterpiece has whooshed into top spot in a national competition to celebrate positive mental health.

Father of two Andy Gardinerís colourful mixed media creation has been picked for the cover of Rubie Coltís new urban fusion CD for awareness raising project Rethink Your Mind.

Rethink Your Mind: Bedford's David a winner

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TALENTED DAVIDíS A DOUBLE HIT IN 

POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

A TALENTED Bedford poet and artistís winning words will get pride of place on an urban fusion hit to bang the drum for mental health.

David Hollowayís poem Lift your voice has been picked to be read on Rubie Coltís new single for awareness raising project Rethink Your Mind and his striking artwork, produced with fellow artist Stephen Hoper, is featured in a hardback book. 

Rethink Your Mind: Thanks Stephen Fry!

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TALENTED STEPHANIE HITS THE TOP SPOT

IN POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT

A CREATIVE Bo'ness studentís winning words are to be turned into a bandís hit to bang the drum for mental health, and she has Stephen Fry to thank for it.

Stephanie Rose spotted Stephenís tweet about the awareness raising project Rethink Your Mind, and she was prompted to enter her poem This World.

PR Advance: Hate Crime report welcomed

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HATE CRIME REPORT IS A BIG STEP FORWARD, SAYS ADVANCE CEO

A WITNEY-based national charity that works to protect people against Hate Crime has welcomed a report that calls for improvements in the criminal justice system to tackle it.

ďThere were 1,700 Disability Hate Crimes recorded by police in England and Wales in 2011-12, and thatís probably just the tip of a nasty iceberg. This report is a big step forward in tackling the issue,Ē says Tim Cooper, CEO of Advance, which supports people with learning disabilities or mental health issues to live the lives they want in the community.