Mental health charity, Living Well UK, will be on hand to offer advice and support to fans in the lead up to Moors’ game with Chesterfield on Saturday.

The charity’s presence on Saturday will be particularly significant as Moors’ game against the Spirerites is the club’s official Play Safe fixture.

Play Safe is a national FA-led campaign that raises the awareness of safeguarding in football and the steps to take if parents/carers or children themselves feel unsafe.

Given their focus on well being and encouraging people to talk, Living Well are the perfect bastions to work alongside the club in promoting this campaign.

Make sure if you are attending the game, that you drop by the Living Well desk, positioned by the main entrance and say hello to Harvinder Sohal and her team.

Also keep an eye out for the Play Safe short film to be played on the scoreboard prior to and during Saturday’s game.

The film reiterates the importance of safeguarding and making football a safe environment for everyone.

Watch the campaign video HERE

What can Living Well do for you?

Living Well UK offers efficient, timely, and free access to support, promoting wellbeing from an individual and community perspective in order to help find practical solutions to lifes challenges.

These include online stress and anxiety courses, counselling and self-help, creative therapies and CBT, drawing on the knowledge of a consortium of expert members across the city.

From a virtual platform that hosts group sessions, expert-led videos, fitness classes, mindfulness exercises, and even a real-time LiveChat with a trained mental health therapist; through to in-person programmes that cover everything from sports, creative outlets, and – of course – one-to-one therapy: Living Well UK is on hand to help you feel your best.

To find out more, visit livingwellconsortium.com or call 0121 663 1217