01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

01484 951108 office@huddlitfest.org.uk

Disabled Access Day event: The Bibliotherapy Experience

£0.00

Date: 16 March 2019 at 2pm

Venue: Meeting Room 3, Huddersfield Town Hall, Corporation Street, Huddersfield HD1 2TA

Experience the fun and creativity of a Bibliotherapy session with expert practitioner Julie Walker as part of Disabled Access Day. Suitable for all levels.

Bibliotherapy is the use of poetry, fiction, song lyrics – the written word – to positively enhance mental health and wellbeing. This taster session will help you to understand how bibliotherapy works through experiencing an interactive and enjoyable session facilitated by Julie Walker, bibliotherapist and CEO of Words for Wellbeing.

Coffee/tea and pastries will be served at the start of the event.

Disabled Access Day celebrates initiatives by organisations, places and spaces to make their work inclusive for anyone who is disabled by society’s structures, policies and practices.

We are committed to making our Festival as inclusive as possible and we have commissioned Access Guides for most of our venues, including the Town Hall. The venue also has a Changing Places Toilet (www.changing-places.org).

Free event but booking required. Carers welcome to attend with guests (please book a separate ticket).

For venue Access Guide, please click here: AccessAble

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Event Details

Date: March 16, 2019

Start time: 14:00

End time: 15:00

Venue: Meeting Room 3, Huddersfield Town Hall, Corporation Street, Huddersfield HD1 2TA

Phone: 01484951108

Email: info@huddlitfest.org.uk

Description

Experience the fun and creativity of a Bibliotherapy session with expert practitioner Julie Walker as part of Disabled Access Day. Suitable for all levels.

Bibliotherapy is the use of poetry, fiction, song lyrics – the written word – to positively enhance mental health and wellbeing. This taster session will help you to understand how bibliotherapy works through experiencing an interactive and enjoyable session facilitated by Julie Walker, bibliotherapist and CEO of Words for Wellbeing.

Coffee/tea and pastries will be served at the start of the event.

Disabled Access Day celebrates initiatives by organisations, places and spaces to make their work inclusive for anyone who is disabled by society’s structures, policies and practices.

We are committed to making our Festival as inclusive as possible and we have commissioned Access Guides for most of our venues, including the Town Hall. The venue also has a Changing Places Toilet (www.changing-places.org).

Free event but booking required. Carers welcome to attend with guests (please book a separate ticket).

For venue Access Guide, please click here: AccessAble

Additional information

Date

16 March 2019

Time

2pm-3pm

Venue

Meeting Room 3, Town Hall, Corporation Street HD1 2TA

Cost

FREE

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