#Active Minds at Millman Street Centre

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Alice nutures Helena’s creativity…

Yesterday (9th January), Millman Street Community Centre members eased back into the swing of things now that the festive period is over.  They enjoyed another Active Minds workshop, hosted, as ever, by Alice, the Head of Design.  Part of the Arts and Crafts Fun Interactive Sessions, The Active Minds campaign suggests activities and products for dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.

Alice’s latest good-for-the-brain workshop saw our members making bird feeders.  Unsubstantiated rumours that the workshop was soundtracked by a selection of tunes such as The Birdie Song (by The Tweets, 1981), Rockin’ Robin (Michael Jackson, 1972), Surfin’ Bird (The Trashmen, 1963) and, erm, other songs by, erm, The Byrds were discovered to have been the fabrication of HCA’s own bird-brained hack (probably to put some, erm, feathers on an otherwise featherbare blogpost).

Anyway, a pictorial retrospective, stunningly photographed by Sarah, appears in the customary slideshow format below:

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For more information on Active Minds please contact Alice: alice@active-minds.org

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Margaret reads aloud review of bird-brained blog…

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Holborn Community Association would like to thank Alice for providing our members with another Active Minds session.  We hope she will return for more soon.

Photos by a chirpy Sarah; report by the featherbrained Notes Smudger

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