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Covid-19 and hArt

 

We are all in the middle of a very challenging situation, and hArt is very aware that people are feeling worried, and we are looking for ways to offer some help and support online.

Please bear with us as we work to put these together on social media and through our website over the coming week or so.

 

Meantime, have a look at our Facebook page (link above), where the hArt Online Community is ready to welcome you.

 

Stay safe and well, take care of yourself and your loved ones –

 

Love from hArt

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Exciting news

hArt is extremely pleased to announce both two new trustees AND a new patron. Click here for further details.

Exciting new collaborative project

hArt, along with Spud and New Forest District Council (NFDC) are proud and exited about this New Forest-based project.

Check out the video, and for more info, click here!

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Latest News: Stay safe AND help hArt

Our very own Julie is making non-medical face masks, with a protective insert, to raise funds for hArt
If you would like to buy one (or several!), go to our 'News and Gallery' page for all the info, as well as news of how another member of the hArt team has used their incredible skills to brighten peoples day.

Please note that while the hArt office has re-opened recently, it is not open full time due the Corona Virus. Calls to our landline are being re-routed to a hArt team member’s mobile, and this is available from 10-4 Monday to Friday. This is not intended to be an advice line, as we are not able to offer this service, but can offer information and contact information about other services who may be able to help you in these challenging times. We hope this helps.

hArt (Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy) exists to offer creative therapeutic and recreational activities to support mental health, wellbeing and wider social issues in people of all ages and abilities.

Our values

Kindness        Support        Respect        Communication

hArt has three broad aims...

To improve mental health, well-being and wider social issues through creative therapies

 

To increase access to and participation in indoor/outdoor creative activities and to reduce social isolation 

 

To improve the quality of life for individuals of all ages, abilities, gender, culture, race or background in England and Wales

"I enjoyed the session so much I'm going to buy some art and craft materials to continue to create things with my children" - Workshop attendee

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