Glossop Arts Project

Volume 2 / Issue 1    Our news!

 

 

We are really pleased to Welcome on board – Helen Robson Community Artist will be working with us in a development role. Helen will be working with The Bureau to identify gaps in services for post 16 young adults. The Bureau co-ordinates voluntary services such as support groups, befriending services and workshop to improves skills. They have found that many of these services are aimed at adults, not, often appropriate for the younger generation. Helen has a keen interesting in the Arts and community work and will work with organisations and individuals to collect information about what young people want and how this will improve their wellbeing. Many young people are in between college and employment and need some support to improve confidence and self esteem. What this space and we will report later on in the year what we are doing.

Helen is also running workshops in collaboration with Eat Well, offering crafts at the social eating sessions.

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For more details contact

Info@GlossopArtsProject.Org

Sonja 07855320179

Arts for Wellbeing

Where: Adult Community Education Centre, Talbot Street, Glossop, SK13 7DG

When: Mondays 1-3pm and Fridays 10-12pm

These sessions are aimed at people with long-term physical and mental health conditions in Glossop and the surrounding area.

Hands on Art

Where: Pure Vibes Youth Centre, Ebenezer Street, Whitfield, Glossop, SK13 8JY,

When: Every Wednesday 10am-12noon.

These regular art/crafts music and movement sessions for adults with learning disabilities and cost £4.50 per person per session.

 

 

WE are continuing our project with Whitfield House

and Glossopdale School – the sixth form students

Chloe, Chloe

and Robyn are really enjoying their time with GAP.

Here we are using water colours with the focus on

Spring flowers.