Sheffield Mind’s wellbeing centre has reopened after two years of closure due to the pandemic.
A celebration open day was held on Monday to celebrate.
Richard Brocklehurst, clinical lead at Sheffield Mind, said: “The building doesn’t really fit to social distancing. So even when restrictions were slightly lifted, we had difficulty getting people in and out of the building, so we felt it was the safer option to keep it completely closed.
“We felt it was important to have an event to relaunch us and celebrate the fact that we are back open to the public.”
The pop-up charity shop, run by Magpies hoarding service, raised £130 for Sheffield Mind.
If you want to know more about their services, visit the Sheffield Mind website or call 0114 258 4489.