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Distressed motorists who witnessed the incident are still being sought by police. An inquest was opened and adjourned by the Plymouth coroner into the death of year-old Danny Turner on Wednesday.

Mr Turner was named in documents following his death on July 7. The inquest noted how Mr Turner, a roofer, was seen sitting on the railings of the Honicknowle Lane overbridge, which crosses the A38, before falling into the path of vehicles at just before The inquest noted there were no suspicious circumstances and at this time the cause of death is pending toxicology reports.

Distressed motorists who witnessed a man falling from a bridge onto the A38 are still being sought by police. Detectives investigating his death ahead of a full inquest say they are still seeking witness statements from anyone who was driving on the westbound stretch of the A38 or were on the Honicknowle Lane flyover on the evening of July 7.

A police spokesman said: Anyone with information should call police on or email dc. Depression is a mental illness. According to the World Health Organisation, it's the leading cause of ill health and disability right now.

As with other mental illnesses, depression is steeped in stigma: They're too scared to talk about what's going on for them for fear of discrimination. Yet sometimes simply talking can be life-saving. The stigma also means that people are often scared and disengaged with mental health problems, they think they've never interacted with someone who is struggling and that it will never happen to them. The truth is, it affects us all. We interact with people with mental health difficulties every day — they're our families, our friends, and our colleagues.

Depression is more than simply a low mood: At worst, depression can lead to suicide, now the second leading cause of death among 15 to year-olds. The symptoms of depression develop gradually and affect different people in different ways. It's not that hard? Depression is not a choice. It is a real illness with real symptoms. We don't want to be depressed, and are unable to choose to be happy as much as we might wish we could!

There is no 'one' single known cause for depression. It is thought that stressful life events, family history, personality, loneliness, alcohol or drug use, and illness could all contribute to it; often it will be a combination of factors. We may not know exactly what has caused our illness — it's something that can take a lot of hard work and support to figure out and work through. Someone else's suffering doesn't alleviate or invalidate our suffering. Our pain cannot be turned off with a switch.

People with depression wear all sorts of different clothes. Just like the rest of the population, we will sometimes have pyjama days, sometimes live in jeans, and sometimes dress up to go out for the evening. Our illness doesn't dictate the clothes we are allowed to wear, and the clothes we wear don't show how ill we are. People with depression look just like anyone else.

We don't have a special "look" or way of acting. We can smile, laugh, wear make-up, use public transport, do a weekly food shop — we present just as people without depression do. Medication is a tool that can be used to help manage depression. For some of us it's helpful, for others it isn't.

Often we will need some form of talking therapy alongside our medication. Some of us might choose not to take medication at all and prefer alternative treatments, but the choice of whether to take medication should be down to the individual, and nobody should be shamed for their decision.

Nature can help when we have depression. However neither are a magic cure, and everyone is unique, so something that might really help one person, might not help another at all.

As much as baking a cake is a lovely idea, and might be a nice way to spend an afternoon, it's unlikely to cure depression. There are many things that could help depression, such as talking therapies, medication, or time, but there is no magic cure and different people will need different treatments at different levels. People in relationships can be incredibly supportive of one another, which could help with alleviating certain depressive symptoms, but depression doesn't only affect single people, or only target people in relationships.

Depression can happen to anyone at any age. It can be much harder to maintain friendships when we have depression, because it can result in lack of energy, and also in memory problems which can mean that we sometimes forget to reply to texts or messages, but that doesn't mean that having depression and having friends are mutually exclusive; friends can be incredibly important in helping us to stumble our way through depression.

People with depression may well ask for help, but that doesn't mean that they're attention seeking — they're usually care seeking. We may sometimes come across as being selfish or ungrateful, but that's likely to be our illness, not us. Information and advice supplied by Blurt It Out. By Carl Eve Crime reporter.

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Most imposing of all is the Guildhall, with its massive Doric pillars. By the mids, it had lain empty for years, being far too large for the now-shrunken local economy. Theirs is a social enterprise, a company that uses its profits and assets for public good. To wander around the Guildhall is to see that ethos in action: Other social enterprises rent office space and use the basement jail cells as meeting rooms.

In the corner is a cafe and bakery. When the council met Rio in the late s, social enterprises were still a novelty. Hall had been inspired by a visit to Toronto and seeing everything from supermarket chains to the giant Harbourfront arts centre operating as community businesses. But in the UK, social enterprises, or community interest companies, were only legally recognised in As for how exactly communities were to be served by these companies — well, that was usually left for the companies themselves to define.

Yet consider the possibilities that a new form of entrepreneurship offers Plymouth, which faces the same huge challenge as numberless towns and cities across Britain and the west: One answer adopted by Chris Penberthy and the other Labour politicians voted in to lead the council in was to grow a different kind of business. The next year, Plymouth raced Bristol to become the first social enterprise city in the UK. In another municipal rarity, Penberthy set up a public fund to kickstart new social enterprises.

It was like a personal message. A number for me to ring to speak about my memory. Instead, Kate took him upstairs for a quiet chat — then it all came out. How his head still hurt so much, despite all the heavy-duty meds. The attempts to kill himself. How the council had stuck him in a house-share with two other men, both threatening to beat him up. She listened and understood. Which made her rare. By the time he came into the cafe, he was bedding down on the streets.

An amazing story, but it leaves you wondering why a just-opened cafe is picking up the pieces dropped by the NHS and the council — and whether tears over coffee and long hours ringing around a civic centre can ever form an actual business model. Even more surprising is the politics. Political control over Plymouth council changes only slightly less frequently than the tide, yet the Tory administration that took over in has also encouraged and funded social enterprise.

To see what social enterprise could look like, walk 10 minutes west from Moments Cafe to yet another local graveyard. Once heaving with pubs and clubs, Union Street is now silent and shut. Yet inside The Clipper, once open all hours, Hannah Sloggett and Wendy Hart have plans to open a covered market and turn the two flats above into affordable homes for single fathers who lack the bedrooms for their visiting kids.

Like many others I meet in the city, they mention the Preston model — only the Plymouth equivalent is much more rooted in the private sector. Topics Social enterprises The alternatives.

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