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New Project for Syrian Refugees

Commissioned by Community Learning & Development North Lanarkshire, artists Bryony Murray and Gayle Robinson are running a project for members of Coatbridge’s new Syrian community.

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An exciting launch for 2017

At the start of last year we were delighted to find out that we were the winners of the Ubisan Christmas Charity Award – giving us the opportunity to receive a brand new website for free.

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Bazooka Arts is passionate about the positive impact the creative arts can have on people's lives. Each year we run a vibrant programme of participatory arts and drama that focuses on positive health and well-being.

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Doing Something Creative Can Boost Your Well-Being

A new study suggests that small acts of creativity in everyday life increase our overall sense of well-being.

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A huge thanks to everyone who came along to our Get Together Day in Coatbridge on Friday. It was a really fun and active day - and a great opportunity for volunteers and participants to get to know ... See more

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We're all really looking forward to our Get Together Day in Coatbridge this Friday for volunteers and project participants. It's a unique chance for people from all our different projects to meet up ... See more

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New Project for Syrian Refugees

Take a look at our blog all about our current arts project with members of the new Syrian community in North Lanarkshire. http://www.bazookaarts.co.uk/new-project-for-syrian-refugees/

Commissioned by Community Learning & Development North Lanarkshire, artists Bryony Murray and Gayle Robinson are running a project for members of Coatbridge's new Syrian community.

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