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Our team

Our team

Meet the people who help Place2Be make a real difference to children's and young people’s lives.

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Our staff and trustees

Our staff and trustees lead the way in improving children's and young people's mental health with a wealth of experience in a variety of sectors.

Meet our staff and trustees

HRH The Princess of Wales

Our Royal Patron

We are honoured to have HRH The Princess of Wales as our Royal Patron, shining a spotlight on children’s and young people's mental health.

Meet our Royal Patron  

Ricky Martin

Our Ambassadors and Champions

Our fantastic Ambassadors and Champions help us to spread the word about our vital work and reach even more children and young people. 

Meet our Ambassadors and Champions 

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Working with other organisations

We are proud to work with a range of organisations that share our mission to improve children’s and young people's mental health. 

Find out about the organisations we work with

News & blogs

From left: Tom Fletcher, Joe Stilgoe, Giovanna Fletcher, Katie Thistleton, Laura Wright, Jordan Stephens, Sophie Dahl, Keeley Hawes, Rhys Stephenson, YolanDa Brown, Jamie Cullum

Place2Be raises over £116,000 at fourteenth annual Carol Concert

Place2Be proudly raises a record-breaking £116,000 at our annual Carol Concert.

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Kia Pegg (back left), Gwendoline Christie (back, second from left) and MC Grammar (back, right) standing outside with Healthland Primary School pupils. They are standing in front of the school sign, and smiling directly at the camera. Two children standing at the centre front are holding a BAFTA trophy.

The BAFTA Roadshow with Place2Be arrives in Harrow

BAFTA and Place2Be team up to bring the BAFTA Roadshow to Harrow.

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New report from NHS England shows increase in children experiencing mental health difficulties

Published today, the report reveals that 1 in 5 children and young people now have a probable mental health condition.

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