Anger Management Workshop

We have a new Anger Management Workshop coming up!

Are you in a mental health crisis?

Then call 111 option 2

Click here to find out more about the Stress LESS Campaign

Stress LESS Campaign

Voices Matter

Would you like meet others who hear voices and explore your experiences in a safe and supportive way?

Overwhelmed by how you are feeling?

Find out how we can help you

Blue Light Resilience Course

Connecting Mums

New sessions being booked now... please contact Jo on 01733 362 996.

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Volunteer for us

Find out how you can volunteer with Mind!

Do you feel stressed?

Find out how we can help you

What we do

Peterborough and Fenland Mind Mental Health

Peterborough & Fenland Mind is a mental health charity

Our job is to promote good mental health, and to develop and run services and projects to help serve local people with mental health problems including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and eating disorders. 

With one to one sessions and Advocacy support, we aim to ensure that everyone who needs help gets help!

Find out more about us.

Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri 9am to 4:30pm 

(Excluding bank holidays)

Due to limited resources our services operate on an appointment only basis.  Please contact us on 01733 362 990 if you wish to find out more about our services, or to make an appointment.

Get involved

Peterborough and Fenland Mind worker for Mental Health

There is a way for everyone to get involved in our work.

Fundraise for us, make a donation or become a member and add your voice to the work we do.


We also have plenty of opportunities for those who want to volunteer.  Find out more about volunteering

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News and events

These funds will be used to run Anger Management workshops and to support our Connecting Mums delivery. Thank you so much to everyone at St Mary’s for such a fantastic amount raised!

Local Mind charities launch wellbeing network for Blue Light Workers

Monday 10th October (World Mental Health Day) marks the official launch of a new initiative designed to improve the wellbeing of emergency services workers across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Businesses, organisations and community groups are being encouraged to be more aware of suicide and recognise people who may be at risk and need support.

St. Mary's Church, Peterborough, are holding a Gospel Choir Concert in aid of Peterborough & Fenland Mind.