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Friends of Smarmore Castle

Are you are a former patient, family member, or someone who has heard of us and appreciates what we do and wants to stay in touch?

We want you to stay in touch with us and keep you informed about what’s going on at Smarmore Castle.

Sign Up

To become a Friend simply confirm this with one of our administrative team in writing or by filling out the online form below. You will shortly receive a membership pack which will include the Smarmore Castle butterfly badge that you will be entitled to wear as part of our alumni.

When you become a Friend you will receive:

  • Newsletters with articles by staff, Friends and experts;
  • News of events and activities by Smarmore Castle.
  • If you’ve been a patient at Smarmore Castle you’ll receive a membership pack which includes a Smarmore Castle butterfly badge to identify yourself as a Friend.

Please fill in all the fields below to sign up:

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Keep in touch

We want to hear how you are getting along! Write to us and let us know how you are doing. You can also join our Facebook group and follow us on Twitter.

Get involved!

We would love to hear more from our former patients. Do you have any ideas about activities or initiatives could be developed at Smarmore Castle or in your own area? Write to us and let us know.


When you join the Friends of Smarmore Castle you will receive occasional information about events taking place at Smarmore Castle, our latest news, articles from staff and experts on recovery.

Your contact details, including your email address, will be stored on our Friends of Smarmore Castle database which is stored and managed by the Castle Craig Group. We would like to reassure you that we will only use your details for the Friends of Smarmore Castle database and will never sell or pass on your details to any third-parties. You have the right to request that your details be removed from the Friends of Smarmore Castle database at any time in the future, in order to so, please email or click ‘Unsubscribe’ from any future emails.

Last updated & clinically assessed 20 July, 2022