Our values and ethos

Every member of MindSpace

  1. should feel welcomed, unjudged, accepted, heard and validated

  2. can connect empathically, be genuine and real 

  3. is listened to

  4. is empowered to be vulnerable when needed

  5. is given the strength to ask for help and be directed to other services when needed

  6. can have companionship and find friends

  7. can find enjoyment, laughter and fun

  8. is a peer alongside volunteers, sharing responsibility to build skills and confidence

  9. experiences no hierarchies, no pecking orders

  10. should feel that their contributions are equally valued and appreciated, no matter the ability or skill set


Above all, our activities provide a warm, family atmosphere that enables everyone to flourish and thrive enough to live meaningful and satisfying lives.

Code of behaviour

MindSpace is committed to ensuring that all our activities take place in a safe and secure environment. It is important that all attendees - members, volunteers and trustees - abide by our code of behaviour. A copy of the code can be found here.
All our spaces also have feedback boxes for any immediate comments attendees wish to make. We also have a formal feedback policy available on request for concerns, compliments and complaints. 

Privacy policy

MindSpace Stamford is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. Our privacy notice describes how we collect and use personal information about you during and after your relationship with us, in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). It applies to all members, volunteers, supporters, contractors and trustees as well as to anybody who makes a donation to MindSpace Stamford or campaigns with us. Click here to dowload the full policy.

MindSpace Stamford is a registered charity in England (no.1181637) and a registered company (no. 1189840) in England and Wales.

Registered Address: MindSpace Stamford Limited,
Shyp House, 1 Barnack Road,
Stamford, Lincolnshire. PE9 2NA


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