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Creative Ageing with Craft Café

Impact Arts are in Bristol for the International Culture Health and Wellbeing Conference. Natalie McFadyen White, Business Development manager for Impact Arts is giving a talk on creative ageing through the Craft Café programme. Natalie said: 'I am delighted to be presenting at the conference. Craft Café is at a really exciting stage in its development and this is a brilliant opportunity to discuss the programme and the results of the Social Return On Investment to an international audience.

Natalie will be presenting at the Participatory Arts and Creative Ageing Session at the Watershed at 4pm on Monday the 24.06.13.

 

 

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