An event designed to raised awareness of mental health issues is to take place in Birmingham this Sunday.
Bellydancing and bungee jumping are just two of the activities on offer at Time to Get Moving Birmingham, which takes place at Cannon Hill Park, on Sunday, World Mental Health Day, from 11am to 4pm.
The event, which is part of Time to Get Moving week (October 9 to 17), will be hosted by ITV Central Tonight host Sameena Ali-Khan.
It aims to tackle mental health stigma and highlight the benefits that exercise, and the social contact that it can promote, can have on mental wellbeing.
Time to Get Moving Birmingham has been organised by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and Community Vibe.
As well as the Bellydance Blast Off and human bungee activities, there will be a range of workshops on offer at the event, along with music and entertainment on the bandstand.
Time To Get Moving Week is part of Time to Change, England's biggest campaign to end mental health stigma, run by leading mental health charities Mind and Rethink.
Sue Baker, director of Time to Change, said: "Mental health problems are a common part of life in the 21st century, and we all know someone who has a mental health problem, whether we realise it or not.
"The stigma surrounding mental illness can make it hard for people to speak out - this is one of our last great taboos.
"By coming to a Time to Get Moving event you can show your support for the growing movement for change, as well as having fun, meeting people and getting active for your own mental wellbeing.
"Last year thousands of people took part and the events helped to get mental health out into the open and change attitudes. This year will be even bigger and better."
The Time to Change campaign is run by mental health charities Mind and Rethink, and backed by £16 million from the Big Lottery Fund and £4 million from Comic Relief.
More information is at www.time-to-change.org.uk/getmoving.