Box in Mind Bitesize – April dates now available

March 27, 2021 | by Matt Halfpenny


Dates for England Boxing’s free Box In Mind Bitesize online courses have now been released for April.

So far, more than 475 England Boxing members have taken part in the sessions – put together with help from mental health charity Mind – which began in June 2020 following the onset of the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Mental health problems affects one in four people, meaning everyone is likely to know someone who is having problems, even if it is not obvious, like a physical injury.

Those who attend will be given guidance on how to spot the signs that someone is struggling with their mental health, and explain what they can then do to get that person the right help.

If you are interested in taking part in an online Box In Mind Bitesize session, they are being hosted by two different Box In Mind tutors during April.

To book a place on one of these sessions, please go to the Box In Mind course page on the England Boxing website, by clicking here.

Sessions available in April

Bevis Allen
  • Wednesday 7th April – 10.30am.
Matthew Williams
  • Tuesday 13th April – 6pm.
 Lynette Mayo
  • Thursday 22nd April – 12noon.


“Some real food for thought and some great tips and input from course candidates.”

“It has given me a mechanism in which I can assess the boxers within the gym and how I can help them.”

“It was an insightful and very beneficial presentation – on a subject which simply doesn’t get talked about enough.”