Borderland Voices a charity promoting Health and Well-being through the Arts

 

 

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Borderland Voices was founded in 1998 in Leek, Staffordshire and currently works across the Staffordshire Moorlands. Our aim is to promote mental health through the arts and to raise public awareness and understanding of mental health issues by delivering accessible arts projects and offering creative space for self-expression within a mutually supportive community.

 

 

 

FREEDOM

To write what
I did not know I need to say.
To hear, to read,
to keep mad dogs at bay.

Freedom to listen unbiased
by cold chandler's
false indoctrination's wax.

Alive. Alight. Not lax.

Freedom to breathe out again
expel past pain
and smile, and live again.

Paul

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HEADLINES

Spread the word about Mental Health Awareness Day on 12th May at the Foxlowe. Workshops, music, therapies, info etc

Waitrose charity donations raised £237 for BV during October. They will present the cheque this month.

We've made the Guardian Website with our efforts for the Mental Health Festival click

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NEW ON WEBSITE

The May 2015 newsletter has been added on the newsletter page (30/4//2015)

FORTHCOMING EVENTS
May 2015

Wetley Rocks Male Voice Choir are supporting us on 16th May with a concert at Trinity Church. BV will receive all raffle proceeds. (Anything non-alcoholic for a prize hamper welcomed.)

Spread the word about Mental Health Awareness Day on 12th at the Foxlowe. Workshops, music, therapies, info etc.

BV has arranged the Art & Craft sessions at Daisy Haye, Pennybank House, John Hall Gardens and Biddulph. They're open to anyone.

As usual, BV will have a stand and a family-friendly activity at Art in the Park (Sat/Sun 16th/17th May).

Rebecca Done's free luncheon club (last Thursday each month), open to all over-60s, includes entertainment & is a relaxing event.