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Creative Wellbeing

Communities are at the heart of our work at QUAD. These are the current projects which we run as part of our arts for health programme.

Listen Love Learn

Listen Love Learn is a weekly creative programme for families with children under 5 years.  It aims to enhance the participant’s confidence, support social inclusion and promote positive health and wellbeing, whilst engaging all participants in fun, creative and stimulating activities.   The sessions are very informal and set in a relaxed environment.

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For more information regarding weekly sessions please email creativewellbeing@derbyquad.co.uk 

GoldsQUAD

GoldsQUAD  aims to:

• Improve the happiness and well being of the 50+ in Derby through increased participation in the arts. 
• Be a supportive community that create art together whilst raising issues around health and wellbeing.
• Provide activities on a weekly basis.  These might be anything from textiles to photography to film to more craft based arts.
• An opportunity to develop new skills and interests and the artist is on hand to support and offer guidance

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GoldsQUAD meet every Wednesday 11:15am - 1:15pm at QUAD. 

For more information contact:

e: creativewellbeing@derbyquad.co.uk

t: 01332 285427

Matinée Dementia-Friendly Film Screenings

Friendly, relaxed film screenings for people living with memory challenges, and their friends, families or carers.

Forthcoming screenings:

In QUAD:

Tuesday 9th October, 1pm  - Carmen Jones 1954

 Tickets: £6, £5 concessions, tickets for carers are free


Arrival at 1pm, film to start at 1.30pm.

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Look out for other Dementia-Friendly film screenings in Derbyshire at: www.matineederbyshire.org.uk


Q Club 

Q Club is an after school club for children and young people aged 5 –18yrs. Half of the places for the group are targeted at children on the autistic spectrum, the other half can be referred for a variety of reasons including children with additional support needs or communication difficulties, who are socially excluded, have disabilities, are young carers or bereaved children. 

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