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Wellbeing, Mindfulness & Sound Therapy

Wellbeing, Mindfulness & Sound Therapy

Attune to the vibrations of creativity. Release your imagination. Invite healing through the transformative rhythms of nature. Sound therapy is the most amazing tool for both well-being and health and the really exciting thing is that we’ve barely even scratched the surface of how powerful this incredibly ancient, yet totally modern practice is.

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Folk - Supporting the Arts | Newlyn Art Gallery

Folk - Supporting the Arts | Newlyn Art Gallery

Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange’s Extraordinary Postcards for Extraordinary Times was initiated at the beginning of the lockdown as a way of keeping in touch with our audience, particularly those feeling isolated, when they couldn’t come in and visit in person.

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Folk - Supporting the Arts | Cousin Jack's

Folk - Supporting the Arts | Cousin Jack's

Cousin Jack's are a Cornwall based professional theatre company that creates work to inspire children and their families. They are most well-known for their adaptation of the much-loved Cornish children's book, The Mousehole Cat. We spoke with Guy Watson, Artistic Director at Cousin Jack’s, to learn more about how FEAST and the Re-Ignition project helped them in their time of need earlier this year. 

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Beach Guardian | Save our Oceans

Beach Guardian | Save our Oceans

Beach Guardian, a social enterprise based in Cornwall (UK), was co-founded in 2017 by father and daughter duo: Rob and Emily Stevenson. Aiming to engage, educate and empower against plastic pollution, Beach Guardian has organised over 200 community clean up events, with over 6,500 volunteers. They have also visited over 85 schools, engaging with over 14,000 school children and worked with some of the world’s largest companies, to help them reduce their reliance on plastics, such as PepsiCo and Nissan.

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The Art of Jam Making

The Art of Jam Making

Saturday 25th July marks National Preserving Week, a whole week of events designed to get people preserving their own food and to encourage those who have the skills to make delicious preserves to take some time to help those that don’t. This is equally important to elderly people who may be struggling during these times of lockdown. From jams to chutneys, preserving can be a wonderfully rewarding hobby.

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