Raising awareness around mental health was at the forefront of people's minds on Saturday.

A company in Crowthorne helped spread the message of Mental Health Awareness Day through a children's yoga session.

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Oyster Outcomes showed their support for Charity Mind's #DoOneThing campaign.

Bracknell News:

Mind’s research into the impact of coronavirus on mental health has found 60 per cent of adults and 68 per cent of young people said their mental health had got worse during lockdown. Many have developed new mental health problems because of the pandemic, and for some, existing mental health problems have gotten worse.

In a bid to raise awareness of the importance of mental health, children from St Francis Primary Catholic School in Ascot took part in a yoga session on Saturday, October 10.

During the session, youngsters mastered breathing techniques and yoga poses which boosts a positive sense of wellbeing.