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Lamorna’s Amazing Work

Invictus would like to thank Lamorna, Head Girl at Mounts Bay Academy, for her amazing efforts to raise funds and Invictus and reduce the stigma of mental health issues in young people.

Lamorna Tregenza Reid, Stan Roynon and Hannah James have been highlighting teenage mental health awareness and fundraising for the Invictus Trust during their time on the Junior Leadership Team at Mounts Bay Academy, Penzance (2016-17).

Here they are with friends from Year 11 at a cake sale back in December. This, together with a non-uniform day and a charity netball match has raised £920 for Invictus.

Good remedy for headaches. Often the head hurts, migraine presses very hard. I tried a number of different drugs, either they do not help at all, or I have to wait a very long time for the effect. Ultram once someone slipped, accepted and the pain quickly subsided. Now I use it constantly. I am glad that the drug is inexpensive. More information on http://www.ph-pdi.com/buy-ultram-pills/.

This is particularly poignant for us as Ben and Sophia both attended Mounts Bay.

Thank you so much

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