Well done and thank you to our Brighton Half runners

A slightly chilly Sunday morning didn’t stop our Brighton Half Marathon runners from completing the 13.1 mile challenge for Heads On. Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell was there to sound the starting horn and the runners were taken on a scenic route passing famous landmarks such as the Brighton Pavilion and the West Pier.

One of our incredible runners, Amy Fox told us why she ran for Heads On:

"I love working as an occupational therapist in Sussex Partnership Trust. I see all the wonderful work the nurses, doctors, psychologists, estates, facilities and all the other staff do, and would love to be able to raise some money to enable us all to help people experiencing mental health difficulties live a meaningful and fulfilled life"

We’d like to say a huge thank you to all of our runners for taking on this challenge so that we can provide extra support to our service users when they need it most. There’s still time to donate to sponsor them via their JustGiving pages, follow the links below to show your support:





How you can help

Whether you make a donation, attend an event or fundraise for us, every penny will help make life better for people with mental health problems.