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Arts in Health Forum 12h
Ever wondered what a was? Our trainee Gps got a chance to find out today. Thanks to
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Arts in Health Forum 12h
This is what happens when you put in a room full of trainee GPs. Just beautiful!
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Helena Rice 14h
Practice sharing with wonderful group of Greenwich GPs with today amongst the wisteria and herbs. Here’s to more exploring , playfulness and collaboration across both the and . Thank you for having us
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Arts in Health Forum 14h
Blood & Mud - Malaria bites the dirt! 14-16 June 2019 Together with fellow ceramicists Purple Pots also Wonder of the Tropical Habitat in clay as part of the Walthamstow Arts Trail and Week 10-16 June 2019
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Arts in Health Forum 15h
Great Yarmouth Arts Festival aiming to increase people's interest and active participation in the arts part of Week 10-16 June 2019
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Arts in Health Forum 16h
'En Plein Air' Art in Turner's Garden 14 and 15 June 2019 relax and enjoy drawing and painting in the comfortable atmosphere of Turner's garden part of Week 10-16 June 2019
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Arts in Health Forum 17h
Three events from Author talk and Walk and Talk Nature event 11 June 2019 and Story Tyne 13 June 2019 part of Week 10-16 June 2019
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Nicola Naismith 18h
Delighted to be working with and be part of sharing my Artists Practising Well Research. There are some bursary places available (deadline 23rd May) See: where full report + key resaerch info can be viewed.
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Arts in Health Forum 18h
Improving health and wellbeing in your community? 10 days left to submit your project to be in for a chance of presenting at Community is the best medicine in London or Leeds deadline 31st May 2019
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Menier Gallery 19h
Join us for the Something Useful Project The work in this year's show explores environmental and communication issues. Now open until Saturday 25th of May
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Arts in Health Forum 19h
Funding opportunity: , and are inviting proposals for innovative research projects that focus on a wide range of methodologies and approaches to understanding and measuring deadline 20th June 2019 -
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Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance 20h
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Thrilled to be working with a group of trainee GP’s today. Most beautiful setting & lots of activity. Workshop from
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Arts in Health Forum 20h
If we don't protect arts education, we'll lose the next generation of performers - Funding cuts risk undermining the performing arts, but they deserve our support via
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The Mighty Creatives 20h
Want to be a part of this national conversation? Join the East Midlands Thriving Child event, Creating the Future, Friday 28 June. Get your Early Bird tickets now!
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Nicola Walshe May 20
Really excited to be working with on the workshop: You are where? Inspiring creative adventuring for children’s wellbeing.
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Arts in Health Forum 21h
Arts & Minds Annual Open 10-16 June 2019 a showcase of artwork by members of Arts & Minds Network part of Week 10-16 June 2019
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Arts in Health Forum 22h
Churchill Fellowships open for applications - your opportunity to expand your professional and personal horizons by researching an issue that you care about, with the global leaders in that subject, anywhere in the world deadline 17 September 2019
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Norfolk Creativity And Wellbeing Week 2019 22h
Free Knit & Natter Session 12 June, 10:30am-12pm Holt Library. A chance to have a chat to others while sharing knitting tips & patterns. Part of 10-16 June.
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