Arts Care Gofal Celf ARTS Care Package Number 5

As with previous weeks, we have gathered a few links to creative opportunities that you might like to try out; hopefully, something of interest for all to supporting well-being during these challenging times.

ACGC ONLINE
Visible Mending with Louise Bird: click here.
Yoga Nidra, a form of guided meditation, with Jackie Turner: click here

DANCE
New seated dance with ACGC’s Angharad James: click here.
New zumba with – you’ve guessed it – Angharad: click here.
Donations for above sessions welcome via PayPal to info@acgc.co.uk.

GRAFFITI
With ACGC’s Lloyd Roberts: follow the steps here to create ‘Swallows and Roses’, graffiti syle.

CROCHET HAT
Lovely Mandy Nash is booked to do a few wonderful workshops this year, including aluminium and pewter jewellery and fab felt bags. Time will tell if these can go ahead! If not, dates are sure to be rearranged.
In the meantime, how about making one of Mandy’s crochet hats? Just £5 and all proceeds going to the NHS. Get in touch by emailing info@acgc.co.uk if interested, and we will pass details on to Mandy so that you can access the pattern.

THEATRE/ DRAMA
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Musicals: showing here on YouTube at 7pm on Fridays for 48 hours.
National Theatre Live: click here to see Twelfth Night. 

TOILET ROLL TUBES AND WINE BOTTLES!
Toilet roll tube dandelions. Click here.
Make use of those empty bottles many of us may have gathering at home! Click here.

ORIGAMI dinosaur
Click here.

SINGING
Singing for the Brain brings people affected by dementia together to sing a variety of songs they know and love, in a fun and friendly environment. Whilst isolated, here are some songs accessible online: click here.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
See how you might help…
Supporting Arts Care Gofal Celf without costing you a penny! This is not too good to be true! When shopping online, over 4000 retailers will donate to charities at no cost to you via easyfundraising. To see mini films showing you how this works, click here
Supporting Arts Care Gofal Celf and our work with vulnerable groups and communities via our Go Fund Me page: To donate any amount, click here. We are aiming for £1000 to organise further creative sessions to support well-being.