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Mind Matters groups

Mind BLMK’s Mind Matters groups offer the opportunity to discuss and explore issues around wellbeing and mental health in a safe, confidential, non-judgmental place. With weekly sessions running across Central Bedfordshire, in Ampthill, Dunstable, Biggleswade and Leighton Buzzard, we explore a range of different subjects including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, self-confidence, goal setting and more.

Alongside workshops, we also provide a selection of activities, such as walking groups, self-led art activities, and a drop in service. As sessions do change from time to time, please contact us before your first visit. Whilst structured, we aim to make the sessions relaxed but informative. Tea and coffee is available, and occasionally cake!

To access our services, you can complete the online form to the left of this page.


To see where our sessions take place, please download the timetable below.

Central Beds Timetable

Mind Matters Plus

Mind Matters Plus is for those living in Leighton Buzzard, this is open to both existing and new service users.

Starting Friday 27 November, this new service will run each Friday between 10.00-11.30am via Zoom.

The group will be about moving forward to achieve goals, big or small, with support from your peers as well as occasional guest speakers and therapeutic activities.

The first session on Friday 27 November will be a drop in for a launch of the group, and is a great opportunity for people to come along for a virtual cup of tea and chat, to meet both Sarah and Clare, and to discuss the future timetable. 

For those who are already an active Leighton Buzzard services user please email [email protected] in order for a Zoom link to be sent out ahead of the day, for those who are new to our services please complete a referral form on the left hand side of this page, and mark it for Mind Matters Plus.

The groups mean I am feeling better, getting better, doing better


Mind Matters is funded by Central Bedfordshire Council under their Preventative Mental Health Services for Vulnerable Adults contract.


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