Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



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An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)

Peaced-Together Course (Heworth)



@


An Overview

Peaced Together is a 10 week creative arts course with
a difference…..
The Peaced Together course comes from the belief that
good can come from negative and difficult experiences.
Using five themed craft projects, the course encourages
women to reflect on their lives and set out on a personal
journey from brokenness to hope.

Each project helps the group explore topics such as
beauty, peace with the past.

Up to ten women can attend each course.
Each of the Tuesday evening Sessions last for two hours. We will be encouraged in our time together by Shirley and Sally – both have trained as Peaced Together facilitators.
To ensure everyone can benefit fully from Peaced Together, it is helpful if each person can commit to attending the whole course.
Read on to find out more and how to sign up for one of the taster sessions this autumn.

Peaced Together Themes Include

 Broken not rubbish
 Beauty
 Thankfulness
 Hope and courage
 Love
 Patience and self-control
 Choices
 Peace with the past
 Peace with the future.

What happens at the sessions?

At each session, we use the time to look at a particular
theme, discuss our experiences and get stuck into the craft
activity. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and there
are volunteers on hand to offer help with craft activities if needed.

Recording the journey

At the beginning of the course, participants are given a
‘Scrapbook Journal’ to help them creatively process
thoughts and ideas from the sessions. The Scrapbook
Journal is a personal project so each participant can
decide whether to share it with others.

After the course

At the end of each course a celebration and exhibition of
the work that has been produced is held and participants
are presented with a certificate.

To find out more, please contact: Shirley, Sally or
Alyson

Alyson Christy

0798527473

(£10 if unwaged)