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  • M&S ‘Frazzled Cafes’ support mental wellbeing
  • M&S ‘Frazzled Cafes’ support mental wellbeing
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M&S ‘Frazzled Cafes’ support mental wellbeing

M&S has launched ’Frazzled cafés in 11 of its UK stores as safe spaces to chat for the one in four Brits experiencing mental health issues. Fronted by comedian and campaigner Ruby Wax, the high street retailer is hoping it can play an increasingly important role in people’s wellbeing.

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