The Stroke Art Café is an art group set up for people with an interesting in painting, using art as a form of therapy and recovery.
This is a friendly art group for all abilities. It gives an opportunity to express yourself via drawing and art in a friendly atmosphere, where you can be guided by our art teacher. The group meets on the third Wednesday of every month. Spaces are limited, so please contact us for more information.
The Thurrock Art Group is a small, friendly group which provides art equipment and materials for stroke survivors to engage in fun activities together.
Wirral Stroke Survivors Art Group provides an opportunity for stroke survivors to enjoy water colour art classes, specially designed to accommodate their needs. Whether you are an experienced artist or a beginner, you are welcome to attend the group.
Come along to our friendly creative sessions. You don't need any artistic skills, just a willingness to have a go and enjoy yourself.
The Art 4 Stroke Folk Group Wednesday (Nottingham) is an informal art project using a variety of media. This year's projects have included sketching, acrylic painting and Tee shirt design.
The Art 4 Stroke Folk Group Friday (Nottingham) is an informal art projects using a variety of media. This year's projects have included sketching, acrylic painting and Tee shirt design.
West Norfolk Health and Wellbeing Stroke Group provides four-week block sessions of art and crafts, and we host three blocks a year.
Smart Creations meets weekly in Scunthorpe on a Friday from 10.30am to 12.30pm. The group offers creative activities to those affected by stroke. The atmosphere is relaxed and offers social and peer support.
Weston Hall Stroke Club runs every Monday from 12.30pm to 3.30pm in the South Elmsall area of Wakefield.The Club offers social and peer support and a range of activities.