Crittall features in Mind your head mental health campaign

Crittall are proud to announce that we will be featuring in UK Construction Week in the Mind Your Head Campaign.

Using a purpose-built gallery, the Mind Your Head exhibition stand will host a unique physical exhibition designed to provide advice clinics, keynote seminars and an art showcase. The campaign is being run by Agency Spring, a marketing agency based in Manchester, and project managed by Agency Spring Managing Director and Certified Architect Paul Iddon.

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Crittall have donated one of our iconic windows to the exhibition, which features a one of piece of art from Dr Gareth Palmer inside.

Each featured artwork within the Material Support exhibition is inspired by the form or function of an existing manufacturer material or product and designed to carry a meaningful message related to mental wellbeing. The exhibition itself aims to champion the importance of mental health in construction and build awareness of the Mind Your Head campaign and its partners.

UK Construction Week is just the start for Mind Your Head. Following the event, the campaign will go on a nationwide roadshow, offering consultancy, workshops and presentations at various sites, offices and venues.

Mind Your Head will be exhibiting all throughout Construction Week, commencing 8th October onwards.


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