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Town Mayor's Charities

The Town Mayor, Councillor Mrs Nicola Linacre, has chosen The Tyler Reader Brighter Future Fund and Youth Talk as her nominated charities for the year.

The Tyler Reader Brighter Future Fund 

The Tyler Reader Brighter Future Fund was set up by Tyler's family to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity so that they can provide the necessary training and equipment to help treat cases of Sepsis and to raise awareness of this extremely dangerous condition.  Funds will help to pay for Vital Signs Monitors, stretchers for the Hospital's Children's Acute Transport Service (CATS), ventilators and infusion pumps.  The charity is also working to help educate people as to the signs and dangers of Sepsis.  Every year in the UK there are over 150,000 cases of the condition.

Youth Talk

Youth Talk was set up by a GP in 1997 after she realised that there was a need for a safe place where young people could come for counselling and support.  The award winning community counselling and psychotherapy service is free at the point of access to all 13-25 year olds who live, work or attend school in the District of St Albans, who have any worries or concerns or who are suffering from anxiety, depression or stress and who wish to refer themselves. It provides a vital service to the increasing numbers of young people who may be struggling with mental health issues and helps them to go on to lead positive lives.  

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