Introducing: Jacqueline Haddock, Creativity & Wellbeing Activist



Introducing: Jacqueline Haddock, Creativity & Wellbeing Activist


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We are pleased to announce that Jackie Haddock will be joining us as our Creativity and Wellbeing Activist in 2012. Here at Bedford Creative Arts we are committed to offering access to quality sensory arts experiences to all people including those who may face barriers to participation.

Working with Jackie we hope to continue to meaningfully engage with people who are encountering mental health difficulties, through building supportive relationships and offering creative outlets that work alongside existing recovery models within mental health provision. If you feel you would benefit from working with us in this way please do call or email.

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