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Creativity and Wellbeing Workshops

Get your creative juices flowing and enhance your mental wellbeing at our FREE workshops

 

Creative Letter Writing ‘Yours Sincerely’ 

Discover the simple joy of writing a letter, and the mindful benefits of putting pen to paper.

Staff from the Norfolk Records office will introduce you to some historical voices from their archives of letters, followed by a creative writing session led by an experienced and supportive local writer.

Interactive, fun and relaxing. This is an online course and you will need: a reliable internet connection, have use of a laptop, computer tablet or phone to access the virtual workshop and pen and paper. This course is for adults who live or work in South Norfolk or Broadland District Council areas. No previous skills required.

Wednesday 19 May, 10am to 12 noon

 

Mindful Collaging

Explore your creative side by discovering new ideas to create your own work of art. Using walking as inspiration, the workshop will focus on how we can use sensory experiences to create unique art works with collage. The session invites you to meet likeminded people and enjoy learning new techniques using found and recycled materials.

For the online element you will need a reliable internet connection and have use of a laptop, computer tablet or phone to access the virtual workshop. Prior to the event you will be sent an introduction to mindful walking and a list of equipment needed in advance; these will be things you have around the home.

This course is for adults who live or work in South Norfolk or Broadland District Council’s area. No previous skills required.

Thursday 20 May, 10 to 11am