Cultural Connections and Creative Wellbeing

A partnership with Ashford Place in Cricklewood, This project features the delivery of weekly creative workshops for adults with the aim to promote wellbeing, reduce isolation, improve mental stimulation, promote tolerance, understanding and social harmony, and encourage skill development, confidence building and friendship.

Participants in this project take part in a wide range of creative activities, including African drumming, weaving, lino printing, clay sculpting, painting, flower pressing, collage making and much more:


‘It has made my day more fun’.

‘Loved the class and the teacher was supportive’.

‘Widened my attitude towards modern art’.

‘I enjoyed the experimental elements, designing patterns, based on African styles’.

‘It totally relaxed me and made me feel great’.