Links to Thrive, free Art for Wellbeing course - Sketching and Drawing - for adults in Newbury

Last updated: 27/02/2023

Links to Thrive is a programme of free courses and taster workshops for adults offering creative activities, support and social connection delivered in venues across West Berkshire.

In collaboration with local GP surgeries and their Social Prescribers the Corn Exchange are offering referral and self-referral places onto three new creative well-being courses.

Art for Wellbeing: Sketching and Drawing
Explore some of Newbury’s own historic artifacts as a starting point for sketching and drawing. Led by a professional artist, with insights into local history by Clare Bromley, Learning and Participation Officer at West Berkshire Museum, these relaxed and informal sessions aim to promote wellbeing and support good mental health.

For enquires contact, call our admin line 01635 582666 (option 3), or speak to your Social Prescriber to be referred via your local GP practice.

Participants are welcome to join throughout the course as each session is independent.

Who to contact

Call the Corn Exchange admin line 01635 582666 (option 3)
Listing and referral form on Links to Thrive Corn Exchange webpage

Where to go

West Berkshire Museum
1, The Wharf
RG14 5AS

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mondays 10 am to 12 pm, 9 Jan-6 Feb 2023
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Age Ranges
Referral required
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How to get involved

Places are by referral. You can self-refer, or be referred by someone already working to support adults in West Berkshire, for example your local GP or Social Prescriber.

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