Thursday, 16 August 2018
CREATIVE WRITNG – A POSITIVE ROUTE TOWARDS GOOD MENTAL HEALTH AND GENERAL WELL-BEING
SUJECT TO FUNDING BEING OBTAINED
Are you feeling depressed and anxious, struggling to cope with the stresses and strains of modern life? Why not join us at Long Eaton Library for our new writing for well-being sessions? Research confirms that writing expressively is therapeutic, relaxing and good for you, boosting self-confidence and feelings of well-being,
Whether you’ve never written anything but shopping lists before, or been a secret scribbler for years, come and be inspired by music, location, colour, language, essential oils, and the seasons. Begin a well-being journal, a short story, or a memoir about your life, become a diarist or explore your poetic self with tips and support from an experienced tutor, Chrissie Hall.
Our sessions are relaxed, friendly and informal, suitable for all ages (0ver 16s) and abilities, if you need to bring a writing buddy along to help you access these sessions please contact me. Places must be booked in advance.
Session Dates – this is a six week course with each session following on from the next, A nominal charge of
£2 00p per person will be payable on the day. The course will run from September – December at fortnightly intervals. Dates & venue to be confirmed.
If you would like to express an interest in this course please contact Janet Devereux, Secretary, Erewash Writers Group, 0115 8498519