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Saturday 18th November 2017

Writing for Wellbeing : 10-12pm and 1-3pm

With Maggie How

£10

Writing is fun! Come and try your hand at playing with words, maybe for the first time, or as a refresher if you are feeling stuck as a writer. Maggie will offer you lots of ideas and prompts to get you started – no pressure, you don’t have to share your writing, but you may well find you do want to! Please bring your favourite writing implement and paper or notebook.

Please note you will need to contact Maggie How on 07989341168 or maggie.how7@gmail.com to book your place.

Exhibition: Big Heart 2017 - Calling all Art Lovers and Artists! : 10am - 4pm

Longfield, Gloucestershire’s community hospice, is staging its third Big Heart campaign and having appealed to community, professional and celebrity artists to create a piece of artwork these are now being taken on an Art Crawl around the county before they are sold in a special online auction. All the money raised will go onto support their art therapy groups out in the community.

This weekend Under the Edge Arts is staging an exhibition of a selection of the 247 pieces in this years project.
Catalogues showing all works will be freely available for anyone wanting to take a copy.


Last year Longfield raised £30,000 from the Big Heart so this year they hope to raise even more for patients and their families living with life-limiting illness.
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Cancelled - THE HARRY BROWNS OF BRISTOL : 8pm

We are sorry for the inconvenience but this event has been cancelled and we hope to reschedule in the future.

The Harry Browns of Bristol are a group of great friends who enjoy singing together and sharing good times, singing songs of the sea and working shantys. The group has been operating in various guises for over 25 years.

They have made several CD’s (Raising Wind, Rolling Home to Bristol, Shipshape and Harry Fashion) and even remember making an audio cassette or two (Whirr Bist Headin’ Cabot and The Barque Favell of Bristol).

Some of their favourite performances include the Brest International Festival of the Sea, Dartmouth Music Festival, Wimborne Shanty Festival, Brixham Pirate Festival, as well as performances in Langesund & Risor Norway, Rotterdam, Hamburg and Korsor, Denmark.

The Harry Browns are: husband and wife Stephen (Donkey) and Helen (Cabin Boy) Derrick, the inimitable David Francis (Sir Drake), Ian Greening (Greenland), Ken (Godderz) Godsell, Ian (Basher) Bentley, Neil Ross and Maurice (Gopher) Boye.
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Sunday 19th November 2017

Exhibition: Big Heart 2017 - Calling all Art Lovers and Artists! : 10am - 4pm

Longfield, Gloucestershire’s community hospice, is staging its third Big Heart campaign and having appealed to community, professional and celebrity artists to create a piece of artwork these are now being taken on an Art Crawl around the county before they are sold in a special online auction. All the money raised will go onto support their art therapy groups out in the community.

This weekend Under the Edge Arts is staging an exhibition of a selection of the 247 pieces in this years project.
Catalogues showing all works will be freely available for anyone wanting to take a copy.


Last year Longfield raised £30,000 from the Big Heart so this year they hope to raise even more for patients and their families living with life-limiting illness.
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Monday 20th November 2017

Hartbeeps: BABYLAND : 11:00-11:45

Welcome to Baby Land, a highly interactive, multi-sensory musical experiences for the very young. Suitable from birth!
A programme designed to honour new parents and welcome new life, creating space for them to just be. It encourages parents to provide their baby with face to face interaction and encourages musical interaction, which helps nurture early developments of speech perception.

For older babies, songs and characters, bounces, pats, claps, taps and beep beeps delight and stimulate their natural sense of rhythm. Hartbeeps encourages learning using themed sessions around environmentally familiar aspects of babies lives, such as bath time, encouraging learning of the language they are listening to. Gestural games and songs and repeated sensory exploration in a relaxed and informal setting, where children are not expected to sit on parents’ laps, encourages babies’ natural development.

First session is FREE!
£5 per session thereafter when pre-booked as a term
£5.50 pay as you go

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