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Recovery Pathways launch Arts for Good Health spring programme

The Recovery Pathways service, part of Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH), is excited to announce the launch of its Arts for Good Health spring programme.  

Arts for Good Health are a variety of free short wellbeing courses run across Manchester and designed for access to further parts of the community. They can be used as an introduction to our core service or as part of a move on plan. 

The spring programme will run from April 2024 until June 2024. There are nine courses on offer, including Spring Gardening, Make a Box Guitar, Creative Mindfulness and World Folk Art in Flowers. 

Courses run for around three to eight weeks at differing venues across the city, with group sizes ranging from six to 12 participants depending on the venue. 

We encourage referrals from services and self-referrals from people who meet the following criteria:

  • People over the age of 18 
  • A Manchester resident  

Please be aware, due to the demand for our courses, places are limited to one per person and prioritised for new referrals.

For more information about Arts for Good Health, including how to access, and to view the spring programme, visit: Arts for Good Health | Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS FT (

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