How cultural experiences can improve health and wellbeing

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Manchester Museums and Galleries Partnership provides creative arts for health programmes for our local community, hospital patients and staff. We work with our collections and a wide range of creative practitioners to improve people’s wellbeing, the patient environment and creative learning opportunities. We develop our programmes in consultation with community health service providers, hospital staff, GPs and patients to help support improvements to the quality of care delivered by health professionals.

if: Volunteering for Wellbeing programme

Manchester Museum is well known for its distinct approach to volunteering within the heritage sector. In 2006, Manchester Museum secured funding in partnership with Imperial War Museum North from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)…

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Coffee, Cake and Culture

Run in the past by both the Manchester Museum and the Whitworth,  ‘Coffee, Cake and Culture’ is designed to support those at risk of social isolation by providing stimulating and creative learning opportunities through…

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Coffee, Cake and Culture at the Whitworth

Dance for Parkinsons

Dance for Parkinsons English National Ballet’s Dance for Parkinson’s programme extends unique opportunities to people living with Parkinson’s, their carers, friends and family, to engage in creative dance activity to live music led by…

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Dance for Parkinson's

Early Years at the Whitworth

At the Whitworth, children take the lead. Our award-winning early years programmes are full of rich, sensory and hands-on activities, all of which are focused on early child communication and development. Inspired by both…

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