1. Successful bid to Bulldog Trust

    Arts Together has been awarded £18,385 from the Bulldog Trust to commence development plans to start three new groups. This success is down to the continually dedicated efforts of Karolyne and Margaret.

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  2. Great day with the fishing teams!

    Imagine getting mugged by this lot! The fishing teams were out again on the streets of Marlborough on Saturday and collected an amazing £125.27! They also talked to lots of Marlborough people which helps us to spread the word about Arts Together and makes us more visible. The fish looked great – thanks to Jane […]

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  3. MP visits Marlborough group

    Claire Perry MP chatting to Trevor, group member and Trustee Local MP Claire Perry visited the Arts Together Marlborough Group recently and chatted with the members over lunch. I think she was won over and stated “It was an inspirational experience”. click the image for a larger view

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  4. Shining Examples

    After retirement, Margaret decided to give her time to the smaller charities in her local community – including Arts Together. Read about her volunteer work on the ITV website.

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  5. Artists ‘better protected’ against dementia, study finds

    ‘Art should be taught to everyone. It’s better than many medications and is as important as mathematics or history.’ Dr. Luis Fornazzari, St. Michael’s Hospital memory clinic Read the full article here: http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2013/08/22/art-dementia.html

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  6. Summer Scrapstore trip by Devizes group

    During the annual consultations this year Devizes group members talked about the long summer break and how difficult they found it to keep being creative. The main hurdles were loss of motivation, lack of space, lack of materials and forgetting what they were doing. So we came up with an idea to trail a summer […]

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  7. Fishy News

    There was something fishy going on in Devizes Market Place last Thursday when Arts Together displayed the handiwork of older people in the area. The creators of the fish costumes, who live in sheltered accommodation across the area, were too frail to come out and show off their work so the more able-bodied members of […]

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