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AHSW Change of Address

UPDATE: We will be changing address to an OXFORD based PO Box from 3rd April 2018.




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Make A Move blog post about Culture, Health and Wellbeing International Conference

Michelle Rochester and Sarah Haddow from 'Make A Move' have written a blog post about their experience of presenting at the Culture Health and Wellbeing international conference, and their inspiration for their presentation.

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Second Museums and Health Report

The National Alliance for Museums, Health and Wellbeing has published its second report which offers insight into different ways the heritage sector is responding creatively to a range of issues and provides a variety of recommendations.

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Volunteer Gallery Interpreters - The Heart of the Matter

Volunteers needed to support the running of The Heart of the Matter exhibition at RWA and Centrespace Gallery (Bristol), to talk to visitors about the artworks and the process of creating the exhibition as well as helping to supervise the space and encourage feedback. Expenses provided. Deadline 29th June.

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Port Bredy Allstar Majorettes

Being a Majorette enables the opportunity to learn and develop new skills. Learn Team Work and Choreography. Baton Twirling and Pom Poms. Helps with hand/eye coordination and raises self esteem. ...

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