The Willow Tree Group

Blandford Mental Health Support Group


As part of our ongoing fund raising we have been in the press. We have captured the articles below.

Nora Will be sadly missed.
Sadly on the 21st of May 2018 at the great age of 88yrs Nora Trevett sadly passed away peacefully.
Nora had been one of the key members of the Willow Tree Group for over 30yrs she had been a real treasure to the group with constant recall of her memories which opened the way to stories that enthralled us.Her memory was sharp and she could remember things in detail.
She really enjoyed knitting and made many thing for the group to sell to raise money.She loved to draw, paint and take photos.
She truly was one of a kind and will be missed by all the members of the group.Rest in peace Nora but keep drawing.

Willow Tree Group get Cheque from Barbara Broccoli
Article on Barbara Broccoli Cheque

Frank Auerbach Sketch article Blackmore Vale Magazine October 2015

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Blackmore Vale about the Sketch

Article about the sale of Grayson Perry sketch

this does include buyers premium and tax.

The Guardian About The Perry

Perry Sale in the London Papers

Grayson perry for sale

More About Grayson Donation

Dorset Echo Article About Grayson Perry Picture

Grayson Perry Picture

DeepSouthMedia article March 27th 2015

Forum Focus January 2015
Blandford Lions and the Willow Tree Group.

Blandford Lions
Blandford Lions Christmas Fair helped The Willow Tree Group
Each year Blandford Lions nominate a local organisation to benefit from donations made at their Christmas Fair and this year they chose to support Willow Tree Group


Forum Focus September 2014
Forum Focus September 2014
Angry backlash as key support services face closure
THE closure at the end of August to two support services in Blandford for those with mental health issues has prompted a campaign to secure funding to keep them open.


Closure of much needed Social Support Group in Blandford Blackmore Vale
LETTER: Closure of much needed Social Support Group in Blandford

Further to the three articles that have appeared in the Blackmore Vale in the past few weeks, regarding Dorset Mental Health Forum closing the Sherborne Zest Cafe (Liz McGaw's article), and, letters from Mr Barrie Smith and Councillor Michael J Bevan Member Champion for mental health issues, explaining Dorset County Council's position:


Willow Tree Group Alive and Kicking Blackmore Vale 5/12/14
Just to let people know that the Willow Tree Group mental health support group at Castleman Bungalow Blandford, once financed by Dorset County Council, is still alive and kicking. ...

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