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Creative Life February 2021

Published on 22 February 2021 04:45 PM

Welcome to our Creative Later Life news offering you a flavour of what is free, accessible and available to everyone who wants to get creative in February.

Follow these links below for free and accessible creative ideas or download our Creative Later Life Newsletter

Web of the Week FREE AGE FRIENDLY CREATIVE IDEAS
https://www.weboftheweek.com/
Thank you to Age UK Enfield for highlighting this joyous website. ‘Whatever your background, whatever your age, whatever your level of expertise, Web of the Week is there to help you. It is your trustworthy door to the wonder of the World Wide Web.’ New content is added every week, so check it out.

A Dose of Music with Covid Vaccinations FREE MUSIC SUPPORT GUIDE AND VIDEO
https://musicfordementia.org.uk/news-and-media/news/a-dose-of-music-with-covid-vaccination/
Vaccinations are on all our minds at the moment, potentially causing a degree of agitation for many. With our new guide, you can find out how music can be used to help alleviate COVID-19 jab anxiety for people living with dementia and others. Developed by industry professionals, get free support today.

The Reader FREE POST/ PHONE/ ONLINE LITERATURE
https://www.thereader.org.uk/get-involved/the-reader-at-home/
The Reader at Home initiative will bring you wonderful reading materials, Shared Reading online and by phone and more. Our events are for people of all ages and backgrounds. With featured poems every week, and recordings of every Daily Reading, there’s plenty to enjoy.

Great Big Art Exhibition- FREE ART TO DOWNLOAD
https://firstsite.uk/the-great-big-art-exhibition-gallery/
Some of British art’s biggest names, including Antony Gormley, Sonia Boyce and Anish Kapoor, are encouraging Britons to turn their front windows into a gallery as part of a nationwide initiative to create a “magical patchwork of creativity”. Simply draw and create, then display in your windows at home! Go online to get a FREE pack to inspire you or just place a new masterpiece alongside your NHS rainbow.


We have also added a new page on our website called ‘Our craft activities’. We plan to update it on a regular basis with a variety of simple crafting ideas and suggestions that can be made at home.

They are being developed so that anyone can try them without always needing to spend lots of money on expensive equipment and materials.