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Headway UK News – Spring 2019

Headway has published its first Headway News in this, the Charity’s 40th Anniversary Year. Read Headway News Spring 2019 Edition Turning 40 is certainly a major milestone and throughout this edition, and indeed the year, Headway will be looking at what’s been achieved as well as what’s still to do! Challenge 40 is […]

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Presentation on K.O.R.E. Therapy

Ellie Hibbert, a K.O.R.E. Therapist from Brampton, visited the Day Centre on Monday 18 March 2019 and gave a very interesting  presentation and demonstration on Kinaesthetic Optimum Recovery Enhancement (K.O.R.E.) Therapy.  Eighteen of our members attended with Dee kindly volunteering to be the patient for this session. K.O.R.E. Therapy integrates the best […]

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Annandale Distillery Visit

On Monday 11 March 2019 25 members of Headway North Cumbria visited the Annandale Distillery for a guided tour followed by afternoon tea. Annandale Distillery was established by businessman George Donald in 1836, and owned and operated by the Donald family until 1883.  Another businessman, John Sykes Gardner, upgraded the site and held onto […]

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Pancake Day at Headway House

Everybody loves pancakes, so Headway North Cumbria celebrated Shrove Tuesday, a day early,  during its weekly drop in session at the New Warterton Hall in Carlisle. During its Day Centre session a cookery group is run to allow members to learn kitchen skills and master new recipes.  On Monday 4 March […]

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AMF Bowling

On Monday 25 February 2019 a group of members from Headway North Cumbria went Ten Pin Bowling at AMF Carlisle.  We took over five of the 24 lanes and had 27 people bowling, with an additional 4 members helping out and cheering on our bowlers.  Participants had the opportunity to play two games. Whether experienced […]

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Research Project into Loneliness After Brain Injury

Jeanette Morris is a Masters student at the University of Central Lancashire and is studying to be able to help people cope with the emotional and psychological difficulties of having health problems.  She has been a volunteer with people with brain injuries for over four years and is interested in finding […]

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