Are you interested in using words creatively to promote health and wellbeing? If you are based in Fife or Dundee join Lapidus Scotland in St Andrews on Friday 21 March and make connections with like-minded professionals working in a range of different settings. The day is aimed at professionals working in Fife and Dundee including those with a background in health, libraries, creative writing, storytelling, education, community arts, countryside parks, nature-based education etc. Find out about work using creative words for wellbeing and take part in a workshop around the theme of place with writers Margot Henderson and Maureen Sangster as part of a new project ‘Writing Place’ in association with the University of St Andrews and the Royal Society of Edinburgh Young Academy of Scotland, and supported by the Scottish Book Trust Live Literature Fund. If you’re interested but can’t attend, please do get in touch and register interest so thet can keep you informed of future developments. This free event takes place from 12.30pm to 4.30pm on Friday 21 March at the School of English, University of St Andrews, The Scores, St Andrews KY16 9AL. The deadline for booking a place is Friday 14 March. Lunch and refreshments are included and they ask anyone who might have difficulty in getting to St Andrews to contact them.
For further details and to reserve a place, email Philippa Johnston, Writing Place Project Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any queries, ring her on 01337 842513.