Wakefield Trinity is delighted to forge a partnership with Andy’s Man Club, which will see the Charity host their Wakefield session from the Be Well Support Stadium.
Starting in 2016, the group was formed in the name of the late Andrew Roberts, who sadly took his own life at the age of 23 that year. From there, the charity looked at ways of detaching the stigma commonly associated with men’s mental health, beginning their journey based out of Halifax with the simple aim of helping men talk through their issues and help each other deal with their mental health.
The charity has grown massively over the last seven years, now hosting groups across England, all the way from Aberdeen in the Highlands of Scotland to Basildon & Barnet in England’s Capital.
However, now, the Wakefield group will base the Be Well Support Stadium as their new home from Monday, 12th June from 7pm, inviting new members all the time.
Speaking on why the Club & Foundation was eager to offer its facilities, Trinity’s Head of Foundation, Mark Brennan, said, “As a charity always looking to best help the people of the Wakefield district, we had no hesitation in speaking with Andy’s Man Club about the use of the Be Well Support Stadium.
“Health & Wellbeing, whether that be physical or mental, is high up on our list of priorities and we are delighted to be hosting the group from Monday onwards.”
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