We are pleased to receive the support of the following celebrities and ambassadors:
Rebecca Front is an actress and recently won a BAFTA for her performance as Nicola Murray in the BBC comedy The Thick of It. She has also appeared on TV in Grandma’s House, Lewis, Just William, Nighty Night, The Day Today, and Knowing Me, Knowing You and in the feature film Horrid Henry. Rebecca is also a writer, and often contributes columns to The Guardian and The Independent.
“I want to lend my support to Anxiety UK because I’ve seen how debilitating and distressing anxiety
syndromes can be. I myself have experienced panic attacks and have suffered with claustrophobia
most of my life. For me, it’s usually little more than an inconvenience, but for many, many others anxiety can significantly inhibit their enjoyment of life. Anything that can be done to help them and to remove the needless stigma still attached to anxiety is to be supported.”
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Marcus Trescothick is a world class cricketer and has lended his support to Anxiety UK after many years of experiencing anxiety himself.
“People often don”t understand how debilitating anxiety disorders can be, and the devastating effect that they have on the lives of sufferers and their families,” said Marcus. “I am joining with Anxiety UK to reduce the stigma attached to these conditions, so others don”t have to feel the shame and embarrassment that I did. There are many treatments and therapies which can help, and I would advise other sufferers to get help sooner rather than later.”
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Ruby Wax has supported Anxiety UK for a number of years and is vocal in her support of other mental health charities, including Time to Change.
Simon Webbe, one fourth of pop group Blue and a successful solo recording artist and actor, has supported Anxiety UK for a number of years.
“Anxiety UK supports over 30,000 anxiety sufferers every year and I am proud to be Patron of this great charity. I suffer with phobias myself, as people saw when I appeared on I”m a Celebrity, and I want to raise awareness of quite how difficult these conditions can be to live with. People don”t realise what a tough time people with phobias and anxiety have. Anxiety conditions can cause people to become completely isolated from friends and family, lose their jobs and become unable to function in society. Anxiety UK does vital work supporting the growing number of anxiety sufferers in Britain, and I am very happy to be helping this fantastic charity in their important work.”
Naomi and Hannah Moxon – Classical Reflections
22 year old classically trained identical twin singers Naomi and Hannah Moxon appeared on BBC’s show ‘The Voice’ two years ago; gaining popularity in the classical world and receiving millions of views of their angelic blind audition. Since then, Naomi and Hannah have performed at international rugby dinners, celebrity galas, and even beside world-class singers’ concerts. Most recently performing alongside Anton Du Beke from Strictly Come Dancing, and soon to be performing with the classical star, Aled Jones. Naomi and Hannah are thrilled to be ambassadors for Anxiety UK and have first hand experience of the incredible work that they do.