Today would have been the fixture between two great teams from the JC Cymru North League Conwy Borough FC and Colwyn Bay FC and the game would have been a State of Mind themed game with themed shirt and players warming up in State of Mind tee shirts

Borough have designated their JD Cymru North Fixture against Colwyn Bay FC on Saturday 11 April in support of mental health charity State of Mind.

The club is grateful to the FAW and JD Cymru North for their co-operation in allowing us to wear a one-off bespoke kit for the game that promotes and shows solidarity with the State of Mind cause.

Club spokesman Darren Griffiths commented:-

“State of Mind Sport is a charity that harnesses the power of sport to promote positive mental health among sportsmen and women, fans and wider communities, and ultimately to prevent suicide. They work to raise awareness of the issues surrounding mental health and well being and also deliver education on the subject to all levels of sport, business, education and community groups. As a club we are delighted to lend our support to this fantastic organisation and to help raise awareness of mental health issues.

As a gesture of solidarity our players will wear a one-off special edition shirt that incorporates the State of Mind brand that will be supplied by SK Kits.”

Further information about State of Mind can be found by following the link to their website:-

If you would like to show your support by acquiring a replica shirt please get in touch by email for details –

State of Mind Co-founder Dr. Phil Cooper MBE commented “Although today’s game is not taking place due to the global pandemic, we would like to put on record our immense thanks to Conwy Borough FC for supporting State of Mind Sport. I loved the kit so much I bought one myself and to mark the game day that would have been I have been out for a three mile run in Warrington this morning wearing my new shirt”

If any supporters know anyone who may be struggling at the moment please see the following link that may be useful to guide people to the best support available and some specific practical guidance for different issues can be found here

Stay home, stay safe and take care

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