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Wyke’s Man Club uses the successful model established by the nationally recognised Andy’s Man Club, offering a safe space for students to discuss challenges and worries they may be experiencing.
The group is not exclusively for male staff and students but hopes to provide a platform for open and honest discussion and debate without prejudice or bias.
This enrichment takes place every Friday lunchtime, starting at 1pm.
Support and guidance and a safe space to discuss male mental health.
This is a free enrichment.
Andy Dunne, email@example.com
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