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“Poems for…the wall” website attracts world-wide interest

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Rogan Wolf, the project worker for “Poems for…the wall”, put together the short report during Christmas 2008. It entailed tracking all the registrations the new site had received since the April launch, and establishing where they had come from and how they planned to use poem-posters once down-loaded. You can read the report here.Findings from […]

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Hyphen-21 holds its AGM

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The AGM took place in the Royal Brompton Hospital, South Kensington, London. It followed a bilingual poetry reading in the main reception area of the hospital. The event was organised jointly with Victoria Hume of rb&hArts and opened by Dr Mark Rigby, one of the hospital staff. Then a large, appreciative and lively audience, mainly […]

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Poet Laureate launches new website

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  Andrew Motion reading at the Nehru Centre Inauguration. The Poet Laureate Andrew Motion launched the new web-site on April 22nd in London. The site allows people to down-load and print for themselves the 145 poem-posters we’ve put together so far. Future collections will also be displayed on the site as soon as they’ve been […]

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A User-led Initiative in Mental Health

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An on-line Directory of local community resources, activities and mental health services is now operating in Westminster. The Directory is designed by mental health service users, with technical help from a professional. It is being kept up-to-date by a group of interested volunteers, meeting fortnightly. It has been funded by the local NHS Primary Care […]

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