Mental health support group founder gifted Co-op hamper

A Honiton woman who established a support group tailored for carers of people with mental health issues has been recognised by the Co-op, as part of their 'Making a Difference' Christmas awards.

Sarah Glover set up Parent+ Support Hub nine months ago, providing mental health support for young people and families.

The Co-op store in Lace Walk presented her with a luxury Christmas hamper for her work in the community.

She said: "Thank you so much to the Co-op for my lovely Christmas Hamper for 'Making a Difference' in the Honiton community.

"In turn, I would like to thank the 14 wonderful volunteers that work alongside me, as well as all the wonderful businesses and individuals that have supported Parent+ in the last nine months.

"Recovery Devon
Honiton Health Matters
The Honiton Wine Bar
Alan Rowe Barbers
The Bird's Nest
The Hospice & League of Friends
Devon County Council, Locality & Disabled Children Grants
The Norman Trust
Richard Marker of the Combe Estate
The Combe Farm Shop
East Devon Sing and Sign families

"All those who have made personal donations and everyone who has bought one of our notebooks.

"The Lacemaker Café and The Community Church for venues and Trip for providing our landline service.

"The Combe Farm shop, Trip and Little Shop of Seasons Café for selling our Notebooks.

"This group has truly been built for the community by the community and I am so grateful to everyone who has supported my vision of being able to support those who care for children, family, friends and colleagues with mental health issues."