Man down is a Cornish based group offering a safe space to meet the current emotional and mental health needs of men who are struggling to cope with the everyday pressures facing them in our modern society.
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We offer a very informal, safe and relaxed enviroment for men of all ages who are struggling with any kind of mental health issues. Our sessions are designed to be as inclusive as possible with no judgement, only support and understanding of people who might be able to offer some help. We currently have six loacations, but we are planning to branch out further in the future.
Truro meet up at Lifetime Therapy Centre, 77 Lemon Street Fortnightly on Sundays at 7pmDirections
Penryn meet up at Falmouth Town Barbers, Killigrew st, Fortnightly on Wednesday's at 7pmDirections
Redruth meet up at Hamilton's Barbershop, Fore Street, Redruth, Fortnightly on Thursdays's at 7pmDirections
Helston meet up at Andy's Barbers, Helston, United Kingdom Fortnightly on Thursdays's at 7pmDirections
Perranporth meet up at Gentleman Johns, Perranporth, Fortnightly on Tuesdays's at 7pmDirections
Clint's Barbers, St Austell, Fortnightly on Monday's at 7pmDirections
St Agnes meet up at St Agnes Methodist Church, Fortnightly on Tuesday's at 7pmDirections
Newquay meet up at Newquay Community Fire Station, Fortnightly on Tuesdays's at 7pmDirections
We organise walks, talks, activities, evening events and breakfast meet ups. Some of our upcoming events can be found below, for more information, or if you would like to get involved with an event, please contact us.
Saturday the 6th of April
Greenbank Hotel Falmouth
Wednesday the 10th of July
Falmouth Golf Club
Tickets £100 per team (4)
When Man down took on the 3 peaks challenge
The lads getting prepared for the 3 peaks challenge
A walk up Brown WIlly while training for the 3 peaks.
Another successful meeting last night and also welcoming some new faces.
It doesn’t matter where you think you are on the mental well-being spectrum, these guys are awesome support. Bringing all perfectly normal blokes together to talk about their experiences should be exactly that - NORMAL
Talking whilst walking has always been a therapeutic combination for me I always feel better for it!
An informal, supportive and social atmosphere to share problems and provide mutual help.