Look-a-Lady-Ukulele (LALU!) is a brand new, music and visual arts based project led by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust in partnership with Peepul Enterprise. The project is designed to boost the health and wellbeing of women living across Leicester and Leicestershire.
The BE [active, happy, healthy] Project is a new and exciting project for BME women of 50+ age. Our project aim is to improve physical health and well-being. Our community programme contains at least two weekly activities.
Sense proudly presents the Tapestry of Touch national tour. There are over 250, 000 children and adults who are deafblind in the UK. In 2013 Sense, the national charity for people who are deafblind, launched The Great Sense Pompom Challenge. People from all of the UK took part in the challenge and made over 6, 000 pompoms. These tactile,vibrant and fun individual offerings have been woven into a giant piece of sensory art – The Tapestry of Touch. Thousands of artists with multi-sensory impairments and without contributed to the tapestry. This is their artwork.
We just wanted to let you all know that we managed to raise £620.52 for the Macmillan Coffee Morning event that was held on 25th September 2015.