Monday, 10 November 2014

November Newsletter

Dear Friends,

We are celebrating F.E.E.L. 7th Anniversary this month and we would like to invite you to join us next week for our November meeting at LARC on Monday 17th and our event at the Kingsley Hall on Friday 21st.

We would also like to congratulate with Myra Garrett for receiving a well deserved Community Champion Award in Tower Hamlets
for her outstanding contributions in remarkable projects such as the Friends of St Clements, the WHFS (Women’s Health & Family Services), the service users run centre Bow Haven, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the more recent Save Our Surgeries, to name a few. 

November is also William Blake month and celebration and activities dedicate to him organised by Helen and Micalef will take place at the Dragon Cafe each Monday this month.
 There will be a closing event at Tate Britain on Friday the 28th at 1pm for Blake's 357th birthday itself.

INSIDER - An art exhibition on mental wellbeing by artist Sidsel Meineche Hansen at the Cubitt Gallery, 8 Angel Mews, N1 9HH, Tuesday - Sunday, 12­.00 - 6.00pm or by appointment. The exhibition deals with mental wellbeing and features an 8-minute animation film, prints and sculpture. During the week the gallery is able to welcome visitors (individually or as a group) and offer a small talk and answer any questions. Runs until Sunday 16 November. You are invited to join a FREE TOUR of the exhibition with the curator Fatima Hellberg on MONDAY 10th NOVEMBER at 4.00pm. For more information please call Fatima on 020 7278 8226

The National Involvement Partnership have publicised The Language of Mental Wellbeing document: this can be accessed here

Next Survivors History Group is on Wednesday 26.11.2014,  12 Old St, London EC1V 9BE at 1pm.

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