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Tanya Bardsley Is Launching A Wellness Hub After Battling Depression And Anxiety!

Tanya Bardsley is launching a wellness hub after battling anxiety and post-natal depression. The Real Housewives of Cheshire star is opening a one-stop hub offering workshops, events, pop-ups, and classes at her Wilmslow boutique.

Bardsley, who has been open about her mental health struggles on the ITVBe hit reality series, hopes to use the hub to help others in a similar situation.

The hub will be incorporated into the boutique with regular workshops during the day and evenings. The workshops will be either hosted by 'Bardo's Angels' at the boutique or by teaming up with other local businesses, reports Manchester Evening News.

“People are welcome to drop in and have a look and chat about what they'd like help and support with,” said boutique manager Liz Clarke.

On Thursday night 'Bardo's Angel' John Junior was invited on stage with popstars Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy during their BoyzLife Tour to open up about his mental health journey.

Fans were moved by Boyzone star Keith’s emotional speech as he reminded them “it’s OK not to be OK” and paid tribute to Love Island presenter Caroline Flack who passed away last weekend.

He then invited John up on stage to share his experiences with mental health and urged people not to suffer in silence. John, from Wilmslow, is currently on a mission to get people talking.

He travels up and down the country with his stuffed animal friend, Charlie, encouraging people to take pictures and start a conversation.

“People have selfies with Charlie and us both, tag themselves on Instagram, share the post and raise awareness for mental health,” he explained. “The more people that do this, the more everyone will see it. Networking is the key to the success of our journey.”

John now joined forces with Tanya and her team to create the wellness hub.

“We are turning the boutique into your one stop wellness hub offering various workshops, events, pop ups and classes and collaborating with lots of other people including John and Charlie,” he told Manchester Evening News.

“We’re all going to be off out round the country trialing various alternative therapies and healing to spread the word in our Collaboration Over Competition initiative”.

He added: “We want to build a real community.”

Photo Credit: ITVBe