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New partnership between Bath Pizza Co and Bath Mind. Launching during Mental Health Awareness Week 2018.



Bath Pizza Co partner with Bath Mind to raise awareness and money for the mental health charity

  • Local Olympic Juduko, Ben Fletcher is supporting the campaign, with £2 from every sale of his ‘Judoka’ pizza being donated to Bath Mind through 2018

  • Ben will be running an Introduction to Judo session with Bath Mind on 19 May

  • Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 is a great time to think about how we can all address the causes of work-related stress

  • Mental Health Awareness Week runs 14 to 20 May 2018

The Judoka Pizza →  About Bath Mind → 

We’re really excited to announce our partnership with Bath Mind as Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 kicks off.

Our partnership with Olympian Ben Fletcher and Bath Mind will promote the benefits of eating well and the impact of exercise on mental health and wellbeing.

At half the calorie count of the pizza chains we’re delighted to be able to offer a healthier, better pizza product. From our partnerships with local producers and farmers as well as our Italian suppliers, we’ve created the ‘Judoka’ pizza with Olympian, Ben Fletcher with £2 of every sale going directly to Bath Mind.


Ben Fletcher said: “I’m delighted to be working with Bath Pizza Co and supporting Bath Mind. The effects of eating well and exercising regularly are hugely important when it comes to mental health; so to be involved in this partnership is fantastic.

Bath Pizza Co are producing much healthier alternatives to the big chains and together we’ll be raising awareness of Bath Mind’s work and hoping Bathonians will be ordering plenty of ‘Judoka’ pizzas to raise lots of money for a fantastic charity.”

Hannah Roper, Bath Mind said: Bath Mind are delighted to work in partnership with Bath Pizza Co to raise the profile of Mental Health Awareness Week and to help promote the importance of exercise and eating well for your mental health, something Bath Mind strongly endorse.

Alex Peters, Bath Pizza Co said: “Bringing Bath Mind together with our work with Ben is a great way to help raise Bath Mind’s profile and to raise funds to support the wonderful work they’re doing. We’re expect the Judoka pizza will go down really well with our customers!”

The Judoka Pizza

The Judoka pizza created with Ben Fletcher has been designed with a nod to Judo's roots in Japan. A healthy and light pizza, it consists of Teriyaki, Chicken, Ginger, Spring Onions, Sesame Seeds, Fresh Watercress and a splash of olive oil on Bath Pizza Co's home made dough, perfect for summer.  Every Judoka sale will see £2 go to Bath Mind through 2018.

The Judoka

  • Teriyaki Chicken
  • Spring Onions
  • Ginger
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Fresh Watercress

About Bath Mind

“Bath Mind works to improve the lives of people experiencing mental ill health. We are here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support.

"Our vision is that of a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all and that treats people with experience of mental distress fairly, positively and with respect. Social inclusion is at the heart of everything we do.

"Our mission is to provide information and support to empower people experiencing mental health problems. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Our network values underpin all that we do: Together we are open, responsive, independent and unstoppable.”

Find out more on bathmind.org.uk


5 ways that physical activity helps mental health

Depression and anxiety: exercise as been described as a “wonder drug” preventing and managing mental health and is commonly prescribed by GPs either on its own or in conjunction with other treatments

Improved mood: research shows that people feel more awake, calmer and more content after physical activity

Reduced stress: research shows that active working adults tends to have lower stress rates than those who are less active

Better self esteem: a key indicator of mental wellbeing and perceived self-worth

Dementia and cognitive decline: studies show that those who are active are less likely to experience cognitive decline.