Welcome to The Cellar Trust

We are a registered mental health charity (No. 701982) that supports people with mental health problems, across the Bradford district to move forward in their recovery and live independent, fulfilling lives. 

We exist because mental health problems exist and because they are complex. We all have mental health and our state of health can change at any time. Mental health problems affect everyone in a different way and they can be devastating. Our purpose is to support people when they face these challenges, and to empower them to move forward. 



Our new Friends’ programme

We’re delighted to be able to announce the launch of our new Friends’ programme. Becoming a Friend is a really simple way of making a difference and giving someone facing serious mental health challenges the chance of a better life.

Emily talks ENRICH

Our blog this month is from Emily Clayton, Lead Peer Support Worker and ENRICH Coordinator, talking about a brilliant new service and research project we have launched in partnership with Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust.

Introducing our Impact Report

At the end of 2017, we were delighted to publish our first Impact Report. The report showcases all the invaluable work we’ve been doing over the last 18 months and demonstrates through client stories, facts and statistics, just how we’re making a difference within our community.

Experiences of a Peer Support Worker

In this month’s blog, Peer Support Worker, Christina Wilson, discusses the value of peer support and her experiences working in that area; explaining why she finds her job incredibly meaningful and fulfilling.

Join us for our Annual General Meeting

We’d like to invite you to join us for our 2018 annual general meeting to discuss our performance and the future of our charity. We welcome everyone to attend and we will be providing refreshments.

Why I decided to brave the shave

In this month’s blog, Cellar Trust fundraiser, Antony Butcher, talks about his personal mental health experiences, why he’s chosen to raise money for The Cellar Trust as well as the value in joining the bigger conversation about mental health.

I was very worried before I came but from the moment I arrived, I was at ease. Here you have found room for me. I haven’t had that before. to be treated like a human being for a change… it isn’t something I was used to.

Roger, Pathways to Employment client


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