Sussex Cricket is proud to present its new Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub, a free, online resource designed to help anyone that needs to find hope and support through the power of shared experiences.
Completely free to use and totally anonymous with no registration required, the mobile-optimised platform has been created with the support and approval of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and developed in partnership with Frog Systems.
At the heart of the hub is the ‘Champions Cinema’, an ever-growing collection of thousands of videos of 60 seconds or less where people from the Sussex Cricket community and beyond share their experiences relating to an A to Z of topics that impact or can help with our mental health and wellbeing.
Contributors include Sussex Cricket players and staff, club cricketers, experts from Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust as well as individuals from a whole host of backgrounds and life experience.
The fully searchable library also provides links to trusted local resources and further help relevant to the videos you view.
Your support for Sussex Cricket has always been incredible, but especially so during a particularly difficult year for everyone. We want to make sure we are doing what we can to support you – our supporters, our partners, and our community – in return.
All of us have faced challenges to our mental health and wellbeing in recent months and the effects will be felt for a long-time to come. We hope that the Sussex Cricket Mental Health & Wellbeing Platform will help in providing the support you, your friends or family might need.
Sussex Cricket is deeply saddened to learn of the death on Sunday 1st August of Ian Thomson, on
Sussex Cricket is delighted to announce that wicketkeeper-batsman, Oli Carter, has signed a multi-year contract with the club.
Mark Dunford from Sussex Cricket's Official Newspaper Partner, Sussex Newspapers, rounds up Saturday's severely red