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Tea & Talk for World Mental Health Day

Triangle Fire are pleased to support Tea & Talk for World Mental Health Day on October 10th. We hosted a cake sale at our Hastings Head Office and our Upminster Office to raise funds for this wonderful charity.  

Research shows that talking is good for your mental health, and that’s what Tea & Talk is all about! We took time out of our busy day to come together and have a chat, enjoy lots of yummy cakes and play some games.  

We raised an amazing £332 for the Mental Health Foundation, which will help deliver vital research and develop solutions for the 1 in 6 people affected by mental health problems every week. 

Some pictures from the day!

Thank you!

A big thank you to all our bakers, pictured below, and to everyone for their generous donations.

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