Promoting mental health through performing arts
A new workshop helping“promote positive mental health through the performing arts”will launch in Airdrie this evening.
Charity group Fool On is running the weekly sessions, which will take place at Gartlea community centre from 7pm to 9pm.
It aims to help build participants’ confidence and self-esteem, as well as helping combat loneliness and isolation.
The launch of the new Airdrie group follows“a number of requests”in light of the success of Fool On’s existing workshops which take place at Shawhead community centre in Coatbridge on Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm.
Organisers say all are welcome to attend tomorrow’s session“for a small donation of whatever they can afford”.
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