The MASH Hub has a brand new website and e-newsletter

New MASH website

New MASH website!

MASH has moved to a new professionally designed website developed with support from Birmingham-based collective, First Stop Web Design, and National Mind.

Visit the new website here :

The new website was developed for two main reasons;

  1. To demonstrate a commitment to the future development of the MASH Programme
  2. To provide a modern and interactive website that is fit for purpose and the exciting future ahead of MASH

Since the project temporarily closed at the end of March 2017 the programme co-ordinator, Tippa Naphtali, has continued working in his own time with various parties to cement a future for this important provision.

  • Temporary measures have been taken to ensure some level of continuity for MASH participants – Read more here >
  • Short, medium and long term planning has started with various partners / collaborators – Read more here >

Some handover issues are still limiting ongoing development, but we hope to resolve these as soon as possible.

Important: Newsletter subscribers:
The MASH e-newsletter has moved over to a more robust system.

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