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£1,530
raised of £1,800 target by 40 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,530 to Help support the community restoration of a 1975 Land Rover Series 3 serving as a way of highlighting the restoration of mental health.

    Funded on Saturday, 30th March 2024

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    The challenges faced by many people connecting mental health and wellbeing are becoming more pronounced, and even though the subject is more widely discussed, sometimes those key conversations are the still the hardest to have; the conversations that can mean the difference between a problem shared or an ongoing personal struggle. The chance to share and listen can seem so threatening if someone is not used to doing it. We want to provide an opportunity for people to have those important chats in a natural way we believe will remove some of the fear they might have.

    By working together on a vehicle restoration project we are looking to create a space where people can come and get involved, literally getting their hands dirty, to enable those peer group chats that can be so helpful, or give the space to focus on something else they can loose themselves in.

    The REVS Restore project will take place over weekends, where we will come together at Bicester Heritage to restore the Land Rover, sharing time together, encouraging teamwork, hearing stories from others about their experiences with their mental health, and looking to promote mental and spiritual wellbeing.

    We are not therapists, we are not providing the structured support that some people with more acute and complex mental health needs might require. But we hope that for people encountering the stressful times we can all experience, we can provide some space, a 7/16 spanner, some engine oil and some supportive friendships.

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      40

      • Simon Whitaker

        Simon Whitaker

        Nov 18, 2023

        Every little helps! Adam and Greg .. brilliant and Great to catch up with you both in June .. shared the RAC article in the Landy on my FB page 😊

        £50.00

      • Laura

        Laura

        Jul 13, 2023

        An incredible initiative which has brought together a group of passionate and wonderful people who have worked so hard to achieve incredible things!

        £20.00

      • Nigel

        Nigel

        Jul 12, 2023

        A great idea. If I had more time and lived closer I would like to get involved myself. Keep on keeping on.

        £100.00

      • David L.

        David L.

        Jul 3, 2023

        A great project. It sounds like things are progressing well: the vehicle restoration activity and the benefit to those in the team. Keep up the good work.

        £25.00

      • Andy C

        Andy C

        Jun 30, 2023

        £10.00

      • Julian Wren

        Julian Wren

        Jun 30, 2023

        Always in awe of everything you do Rev! Hopefully see you soon!

        £25.00

      • Christophe Lalo

        Christophe Lalo

        Jun 30, 2023

        Awesome work.I had a chance to pop in and to look at the nice work. I appreciate the time you guys spent chatting with my son showing him around the car.

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