Author Archives: Bibliotherapy Hub Leeds

Reading Together for Refugees: In pictures

A big thank you to all who came along to Friday’s event. With a very successful turnout, we were really happy to see a lot of voices being heard! Below are a few pictures highlighting the day’s events. Sam Durrant introducing … Continue reading

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Free Event: Reading Together For Refugees Week

Leeds Bibliotherapy Groups Present a Free Taster and Information Workshop: Reading Together For Refugees Week Friday 24th June 2016 1 – 4.30pm 3rd Floor Meeting Room, Leeds Central Library Calverley Street Leeds LS1 3AB This workshop is designed to give … Continue reading

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On ‘The Road Not Taken’, by Robert Frost

by Harriet Sheppard This poem was a great one to talk about in our group: after going through the meaning of all the new vocabulary, we discussed important decisions that we make in our lives and how they can have … Continue reading

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Who are we?

This blog features information about and creative work by bibliotherapy reading groups — groups which meet for shared reading and discussion as ‘an active way to improve wellbeing, build stronger communities and extend reading pleasure‘ — set up by Dr. Sam … Continue reading

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The Pattern: SOLACE Reading Group

by Rachel Webster Each week we use poetry to wonder afresh at the world that we live in; sometimes that world is full of hope and at other times its hostile and restless. But all the time we are seeking … Continue reading

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Collaborative Poetry: Little London Reading Group

by Christine Chettle and members of the Little London Reading Group At the Little London Reading Group sessions, we sometimes write collaborative poetry, in which every member (if they wish) contributes a line about a particular theme. We then collect … Continue reading

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