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Creative Writing Workshops for Mothers in Bradford

Free creative writing workshop for new/breastfeeding mums

For new/breastfeeding mums

Saturday 15 October 2022

2.30pm - 4.30pm

Kala Sangam Gallery, St Peter’s House, 1 Forster Court, BD1 4TY

Are you a new mum, are you breastfeeding or would you like to, but are finding it challenging?

Do you want to meet other people and learn from their experiences, do you like writing or would you like to try something new?
If so, we want to hear from you….we are now calling for participants for free writing workshops with BBC Radio Producer and writer, Rachel New at Kala Sangam Gallery in Bradford.
Workshop dates are Saturday 15th, 22nd and 29th October. You are welcome to come to one, or all of them.
3pm- 5pm Doors open for tea and coffee at 2.30pm
Child friendly venue and activity
Each two-hour creative writing workshop, is an opportunity to exchange stories of birth and breastfeeding experiences, and using prompts and examples produce a short piece of writing that can offer a fresh understanding of your journey.
You will be working with Rachel New, a writer and radio producer for Creative Lives On Air – a dynamic partnership with BBC local radio to promote creativity and benefits it can bring. you can listen here to mothers from previous projects.
Mothers will be invited to read their work for a BBC Merseyside piece by Rachel New.
Please note, this event is not organised by Better Start Bradford. If you have any questions about the event – or would like to check it is still running before attending – please contact the organiser directly.******
This project is part of the Holding Time project, an Arts Council Funded initiative using arts interventions for women and children as a driver of health, wellbeing and resilience.
Holding Time is both a celebration of breastfeeding and an exploration of the challenges mothers experience in establishing and maintaining breastfeeding. These issues may be physical, mental, environmental or cultural barriers. Working collaboratively with local mothers, we aim to celebrate the diversity of breastfeeding whilst overturning stereotypes, challenging assumptions and encouraging greater understanding and awareness in the whole community about the value of breastfeeding and its benefits.

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