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The Creative Path office is closed from Friday 16th December and will re open on Monday 9th January 2017.
Our next monthly workshop will be on Saturday 28th January 2017 (1.30pm – 4pm) and our guest speaker will be Moira McGee, ex Bank Manager and founder member of Women in Enterprise and believe me you won’t want to miss her chosen subject ‘Managing your Time and Pricing your Service/Product’.’
We are taking bookings for The Creative Path 12 week course as well as The Next Step 8 week course up until Friday 16th December and again from Monday 9th January. There is an early bird discount of £20 off each course when paid in advance of start dates. Christmas vouchers are available for all courses including yoga and monthly workshops.
May I take this opportunity to wish you and your nearest and dearest a very nurturing and peaceful Christmas. May the New Year bring you many blessings.
With seasonal good wishes, Looking forward to seeing you in the new year,
FROM SHELF-HELP TO SELF-HELP BOOK CLUB upcoming books & meeting dates.
Venue: Little Acorns Bookstore (Derry).
Thurs 15 Sept 7pm: DOWN THE CROOKED ROAD by Mary Black.
Thurs 23 Oct 7pm: Bossy Pants – Tina Fey.
Thurs 17 Nov 7pm: Staring at lakes by Michael Harding.
For more details or to ask about joining, please email: email@example.com
All books available to purchase from Little Acorns Bookstore in The Yellow Yard.
We would like to remind you that our next monthly workshop takes place on Saturday 24th October 2015 from 2pm – 4pm at The Playhouse Theatre in Derry-Londonderry. ‘Turning Visions into Reality’
It will give those of you who haven’t experienced the Creative Path a taster and for those of you who have already embarked on your own creative path, an opportunity to re-evaluate and keep your creativity flourishing. If anyone needs further information, you can phone Ursula on 07813124126. You can pay £15 online or on arrival at the workshop.
Can you please let us know if you are attending as places are limited.
It will be great to see you!
I read this concerning article in this weeks Derry Journal. Below is a few short paragraphs of the article.
A major new health survey involving almost 700 older people in Derry’s Triax area has found that almost 60% suffer from low mood and anxiety related conditions. The figure is more than twice the average for the north, when compared with the Health Survey NI for 2012-13 for those aged 55 and over.
The new Derry survey of people aged from 59 through to 90s also found that 51% are suffering from arthritis, with almost as many diagnosed as having high blood pressure, and over a quarter having heart problems.
Hollie Carroll, Project Officer, Tara Herron, Invest Northern Ireland, Ursula McHugh, participant, Eoin Lennon, mentor, the Mayor, Councillor Elisha McCallion and Bernard Toal, NORIBIC pictured at a networking event as part of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s Clinical Innovation Programme in Bridie’s Cottage in the Craft Village. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com
Thank you to Derry City and Strabane District Council, NORIBIC and a special thanks to;