The Positive Vibes Foundation was set up to remove the stigma of mental illness and to promote mental well-being.
PVF Director Mario Rodrigues said the markets were dog-friendly and The Positive Vibes Foundation recognised the importance of dogs to all round mental health wellbeing.
Although the October monthly parker was cancelled due to the weather, he said September event, the first since COVID restrictions began in March was very successful.
He said: “PVF volunteers talked to many visitors about mental health and services available; pamphlets and books were also on display. We even had a GP to answer questions.
“Some medical professionals were eager to sign up to help at future events, and we also signed up a number of volunteers to assist us at The Hills Women’s Shed and PVF’s other initiatives.”
There will be over 60 stalls at the popular COVID safe market.