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    Rural Support Trust's Time Out Tour - Cambridge, Waikato July 5, 2024


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    The Rural Support Trust, in proud partnership with ANZ, Bayleys, BDO, Datamars Livestock, Fonterra, and Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), are excited to bring the Time Out Tour to Cambridge on July 5, 2024 for an exciting local event! 

    Our ambassador, farmer and TV personality, Matt Chisholm, might have removed the biggest stressor in his life when he left the newsroom, but his struggles continued. Eventually, he was diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. So, what tools does he use to manage his anxiety and remain mentally fit for life? What other tools are out there that may help? How can we help people who are struggling? Join Matt for an important and entertaining yarn that’ll help you look after your greatest assets - you and the people around you. 

    The Rural Support Trust has partnered with Matt Chisholm to help rural communities continue the conversation about mental health. With the support of the regional Rural Support Trusts across New Zealand, we’re once again bringing Matt to a rural venue near you. 

    Chisholm has had personal experience of mental health struggles, and the Time Out Tour gives him a chance to share with rural communities how he found a way through. 

    Come along to another great round of the Rural Support Trusts Time Out Tour and hear from a fantastic panel style event. Prepared to be entertained along the way while catching up with rural people in your community.

    6:30 pm Doors open with a cash bar

    6:45 pm Mix and mingle and platters

    7:15 pm Matt to speak

    8:45 pm Mix and mingle

    10:00 pm Cash bar to close

    Free Parking onsite. Cash bar available. Tickets are FREE and registrations are essential.

    Thanks to the New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association for helping us bring this event to our region.







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