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Art Branches

A non for profit organisation aimed to improve people's health and well being (both physical and mental) through provision of creative workshops.

Using the environment and nature as inspiration, projects have a social element and confidence building approach to them.

Friendly and informal one to one workshops available as well as large groups. We work in schools, country parks, the coast, libraries and other locations and can tailor make a project to suit your requirements.

Art Branches have experience of working with mental health, learning difficulties and elderly, as well as the general population. We also have experience in running workshops in schools and working with special needs children. We have a particular interest in Gifted and Talented pupils and run a diverse range of workshops crossing conventional boundaries in education.

Who to contact

Name
Stephanie Hartick
Position
Creative Director
Telephone
01284 762792
Email
artbranches@icloud.com
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Where to go

Area served
Bury St Edmunds
Notes

Art Branches workshops travel around the East of England and work in different venues according to needs of groups and type of workshop. We run group work and individual work in schools, colleges and libraries. Many workshops take place out of doors, in the forest, Country Parks, Abbey gardens, Bury St Edmunds or the coast.

Other details

Age Groups
Adults, Young people
Last Updated
04/12/2017

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Work with vulnerable children with additional needs. MHFA and KUF (Suffolk Mind)

Contact
Stephanie Hartick
Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Communication difficulties
Health conditions
Learning difficulties
Mental health conditions
Sensory impairments

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