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Footballers kick off health campaign

PUBLISHED: 15:24 18 June 2008 | UPDATED: 09:32 12 August 2010

CHARLTON Athletic Football Club has launched a mental health awareness campaign with a charity match. Bromley and

CHARLTON Athletic Football Club has launched a mental health awareness campaign with a charity match.

Bromley and Bexley's Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust asked the club to back its Write Way campaign to help reduce the stigma attached to mental illness.

More than 50 staff and patients attended a national conference held at the Valley Stadium last month.

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