GRCC take part in National Rural Mental Health inquiry

On Tuesday, GRCC were proud to have Barbara Piranty travel to London on behalf of ACRE to take part in the select committee as MPs quiz rural representatives for mental health inquiry.

The session was led by the Environment Food and Rural Affairs Committee as it continued its inquiry into rural mental health issues with a public question and answer session that sees the Committee invite panels of representatives from rural communities, young people, farmers and veterinarians.

You can read about the purpose of the inquiry here.

Our CEO, Barbara Piranty, provided evidence on rural communities alongside Melanie Costas, Founder and Chief Executive of Rural Mental Health Matters.

A ecording of the session is available to watch here.