Who?

Working Group Participants

Hannah Baker, Project Manager, The Arts Development Company, Dorset
Area Lead for Dorset.

Caroline Barnes, Arts Manager, Yeovil District Hospital

Alex Coulter, Director, Arts & Health South West

Lerato Dunn, Arts Officer, Bristol City Council
Area lead for Bristol

Guy Eades, Arts Manager, St Mary’s Hospital, Isle of Wight
Area lead for Isle of Wight

Kevin Elliston, Deputy Director, Public Health England South West

Jules Ford, Senior Programme Manager – Social Prescribing & Cultural Commissioning, Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group
Area lead for Gloucestershire

Philippa Forsey, Creative Wellbeing Manager, Creativity Works
Area lead for Bath and North East Somerset

Mark Helyar, Co-Director of Theatre, Take Art, Somerset
Area lead for Somerset

Jayne Howard, Director, Arts Well CIC, Cornwall
Area lead for Cornwall

Elise Hurcombe, Arts Officer, Bristol City Council

Sue Isherwood, Chair, Arts & Health South West

Meril Morgan, Arts Lead, Wiltshire Council Arts Service
Area lead for Wiltshire

Sue Moss, Public Health Principal, Bristol City Council (formerly)

Julia Puebla Fortier, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Arts & Health South West Research Fellow

Cat Radford, Creative Commissioner, Torbay
Area lead for Torbay and Devon

Jane Willis, Director, Willis Newson, Bristol

How to Get Involved

How can the Regional Strategy be used and by whom? This flexible and evolving framework for action can be used by different stakeholders to advance the arts for health and wellbeing agenda in a variety of ways. ...

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What and Why?

What is it? This draft framework sets out a strategic vision for improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities by strengthening the capacity of arts and cultural practitioners and organisations to align with and contribute ...

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