Breakthrough Arts in Health event, Manchester.

“Breakthrough are delighted to announce that they are holding another Arts in Health Event in Manchester on Friday the 10th of June, 2011.

We are keen to build on the momentum generated from previous events, using the setting as a way in which to promote positive practice, showcase the talents of service users, bring people and ideas together and to work towards developing a unified, national strategy for moving forwards. It would be great to have you involved!”

If you would like more details of the event and conference, including an early bird Buy-One-Get-One-Free offer which is valid until early May with additional deductions for Reflections Subscribers, please email me, mentalspaghetti [at] gmail dot com, and I will forward you on the details. I also have details of guest speakers, which include but is not limited to Damian Hebron, Director, London Arts in Health Forum Clive Parkinson – Director Arts for Health, Manchester Metropolitan University and Mike Farrar CBE – Chief Executive of NHS North West.

“For more details about Breakthrough and what we are up to, including Tony’s ‘What’s It All About?!’ Epic Walk which kicks off later this month, please visit the website or get in touch via this email or Remember, there is still time to be part of the Epic Walk and there are many ways you can go about it, too. Whether its getting on your walking boots and joining Tony at parts of his journey local to you, supporting events and projects in your local area, fundraising, driving the support vechicle or purchasing a ‘WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?!’ T-shirt, each action contributes to spreading the word, breaking down stigma associated with mental health and supporting the great work being achieved all over the country.

Be creative,

The Breakthrough Team.”


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