Former PFA chair to speak to catering equipment industry about mental health experiences

Clarke and Carrie Carlisle

Together We Will, a new social enterprise for the catering equipment sector, is set to host its first webinar on Thursday 24 June, at 11am, and will be joined by mental health campaigners Clarke and Carrie Carlisle.

The social enterprise will facilitate a wide range of corporate social responsibility initiatives for the industry, initially focusing on health and wellbeing.

Together We Will is open to everyone in the industry, no matter their affiliation, and will look to engage and impact as widely as possible.

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During the webinar, husband and wife Clarke and Carrie will speak candidly about their journey, share their experiences of mental illness and highlight their drive to remove the stigma that surrounds adverse mental health issues, especially within the workplace.

Clarke is a former Premier League footballer, television presenter and author who was also chairman of the Professional Footballers Association (PFA), while Carrie is a newspaper columnist, author and TV presenter.

The Carlisles have won many accolades for their work, winning the Mind Speaking Out Award in 2018, while their Mental Health podcast has had over 100 million downloads.

Mark Kendall, commercial director for Cedabond, which founded Together We Will with Ceda, concluded: “We have to support the industry’s health and wellbeing. And we have to start now. We are really happy to be joined by Carrie and Clarke to help launch this industry initiative.”

The webinar is open to anyone to attend. Places can be secured by emailing:


Mental health the immediate focus of social enterprise set up for catering equipment sector

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