Creative Health – Journeys

Artspace Journeys

About Artspace Journeys

Journeys is an early intervention ‘Arts on Prescription’ programme created in collaboration with NHS Gloucestershire ICB and Young Minds Matter. The programme aims to help reduce stress and anxiety and boost low mood, well-being and self-esteem of children and young people by enabling participation in creative activities.

Journeys programmes are delivered into school groups and community venues across Gloucestershire to young people aged 7-14 years. For further information please read our Artspace Journeys Info Sheet or contact Creative Health Project Manager, Grace using creativehealth@artspacecinderford.org

Journeys Community Groups

Forest of Dean

Venue: Cinderford Artspace, The New Mercury, 3 Woodside Street, Cinderford GL14 2NL

Dates: Monday 22nd January – Monday 11th March 2024
(no session on 12th Feb for half term)

Group 1 – Circus skills with Rhys Williams 4-5.30pm – CANCELLED

Group 2 – Visual Art with Kate Fellows 5.30-7pm

Bookings are made by submitting the Journeys In House Referral Form 2024 to creativehealth@artspacecinderford.org 

 

Tewkesbury

Venue: The Roses Theatre Studio, Sun St, Tewkesbury GL20 5NX

Dates: Monday 26th February – Monday 18th March 2024

Visual Arts led by Bela Kielt 4-5.30pm

This is a trial programme and bookings are made by invitation to refer only. Further details about future community groups in Tewkesbury to follow. 

 

Dursley

Further Details Coming Soon

Cheltenham

Further Details Coming Soon

Places are free but due to this being an Arts on Prescription programme a referral form will need to be completed for each child prior to attending. The referral may come from a class teacher, your school’s mental health lead, a Senco or other member of school staff.

For all enquiries and to request a referral form please contact Creative Health Project Manager, Grace End on creativehealth@artspacecinderford.org

Journeys Tirlebrook Children Performing Spring 2023

“It was really nice and it made me really happy when I came back to my house – I was a much happier person and I was able to express my feelings quite a lot.” – participant from previous term