Princess of Wales visits Bath to mark Mental Health Awareness Week

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The Princess of Wales was in Bath to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.

Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 15 to 21 May in the United Kingdom and is organised by Mental Health Foundation. Catherine was in Bath to meet with several organisations.

Her first visit was to the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, which helps retired athletes to acquire new skills as they mentor disadvantaged youths. She also met with students from St. Katharine’s School in Bristol to talk about the On Track to Achieve program. Paralympic gold medalist Liz Johnson is a mentor for this program.

Catherine has been involved with mental health for a few years now. In 2016, the Prince and Princess of Wales (then known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) and Prince Harry launched the Heads Together campaign.

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