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hArt

Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy

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hArt
hArt

Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy

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hArt
hArt

Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy

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hArt
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Hampshire Art for Recreation and Therapy

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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.

Covid-19 and hArt

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Click here to find out how we're working through the pandemic and emerging from it, as well as how we can support you

Click here to find out more about hArt, what we do, as well as our aims and values

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 calls out for your votes to get a share of

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hArt are bidding for a cash boost from the Tesco Community Grants initiative (the blue tokens) to hopefully provide funds for us to run a Creative Wellbeing group based in New Milton.
Tesco works with community charity Groundwork to run its community funding scheme, which sees grants of up to £1,500, £1,000 and £500 awarded to local community projects. Projects like hArt!
So, as we head through autumn and into the festive period, please remember to vote for us in the following stores:

LYMINGTON METRO – Lymington High street
NEW MILTON SUPERSTORE – Caird Ave
LYMINGTON EXPRESS – South Street
LYNDHURST EXPRESS – Lyndhurst High street
BROCKENHURST EXPRESS – Brockenhurst High street
NEW MILTON EXPRESS, Old Milton Rd
HIGHCLIFFE EXPRESS, Highcliffe High street

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hArt would LOVE you to join our new 'Creative Community' group, on Facebook.

There's already some great things on there, including:

* All our latest blogs, which will sooth, inspire and motivate you to enjoy art and nature.

* An excellent video by Jackie at Atticus Arts, showing how happy childhood memories mean ANYONE can have a go at creative writing.

* Great advise from Andy Wright, Art therapist who works with hArt.

There'll be more content from us, and hopefully more content from you too!

We hope to see you there.

Click on the icon below...

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More about hArt, our aims and values...

hArt helps to change the lives of adults and children with mental health and wider social issues. Through creative therapy and a range of professionally structured activities, we can help people feel better, build their confidence and allow their self-expression to shine through...

hArt children's creative workshop
 
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...hArt works with people of all ages and abilities, and can offer group programmes and workshops as well as one to one work with fully qualified Art Therapists. hArt also works with experienced teachers, artists and facilitators to offer enjoyable, social activities, bringing people together for relaxation, leisure and learning.

These Doves were created at hArt's Women's Art Exchange (WAX) project

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

hArt's values...

Our values

Kindness        Support        Respect        Communication

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hArt now has a YouTube channel

Click on the YouTube logo to visit hArt's brand new channel. We've kicked things off with two podcasts. Please like, subscribe, share and of course, enjoy!

Art from the hArt Youtube

"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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