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Activate, Dorset's  Dance and Theatre Agency, Dance Generations project residency

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Activate, Dorset's Dance and Theatre Agency, Dance Generations project residency


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AHSW Change of Address

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Recovery South West

New mental health website seeks recovery stories

A new website, Recovery South West, is being launched, that gives people that have suffered mental health problems a chance to tell their story of how they have dealt with the issue and started on the journey of recovery.

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Creative and credible evaluation for arts, health and well-being: opportunities and challenges of co-production

This paper reports findings from a one-year UK knowledge exchange project completed in 2015. Stakeholders’ experiences of evaluation were explored in order to develop online resources to strengthen knowledge and capacity within the arts and health sector

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Call for Papers for 'Remembering Beliefs - the shifting worlds of religion and faith in secular society' Conference

The Annual Conference of the Oral History Society in conjunction with Newman University and Leeds Trinity University. 14th & 15th July, 2017 at Leeds Trinity University. Deadline for papers: 16th December 2016

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Jane Moss, writer working in bereavement support

Jane Moss

I'm a writer who works in bereavement support. I volunteer with Cruse Bereavement Care UK and I have run therapeutic writing groups with Princess Alice Hospice and the Macmillan counselling ...

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