Resources for Creativity & Wellbeing Week

To celebrate Creativity & Wellbeing Week we’re getting people talking about what creative activities help their wellbeing – help us spread the word!

We hope to encourage people to share their stories, images, or pictures of what they are doing for their own wellbeing, by posting the question ‘What are you making/listening to/looking at for your wellbeing?’

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We have images and content already prepared, so it is easy to take part. We would love you to share these banners on twitter and instagram every day during Creativity & Wellbeing Week (18-24 May) along with (typed into your posts) the hashtags #creativityandwellbeing and #CreateWell2020 so that we can track responses.

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Download the Social Media Suggested Text >>

Here is a bit more information about why we are doing this as a region:

Aims of the campaign:

  • Make a link between creative activities and good mental health and wellbeing
  • Create an easy to reference visual connection between organisations across the South West to showcase we are working together
  • Encourage members of the public to feedback what new creative activities or re-engagement with past hobbies have been good for their mental wellbeing especially during COIVID-19 (through the use of hashtags)
  • Promote creative activities to those who have not yet recognised it’s potential to support of their mental health and wellbeing

Key call to actions for the audience:

  • Share an image/video/story etc. of something they’ve been creating
  • Use the hashtags #CreateWell2020 #creativityandwellbeing so we can evidence the impact
  • Share the post to increase audience participation and to inspire others

 

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The Social Media Banners are also available from the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance Website

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