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We meet some of our Art Makers to discover the benefits of creating art for people with disabilities and learn practical tips we can all use to make art accessible for everyone.
Art Makers have been exploring their own family history through a beautiful new community art project.
When Rex visits our Arts & Crafts Centre he likes to get his tummy tickled! He's a special visitor - a PAT dog. We talk to his owner Carol about how she and Rex support Henshaws.
The magic and atmosphere of a visit to the beach is arriving in Knaresborough in August when Henshaws Urban Beach returns for the summer.
As well as helping others, volunteering has been shown to improve volunteers' wellbeing too. We asked a group of Henshaws regular volunteers about how and why they support us.
Dolly used her creative skills to raise money for a bench in memory of some of her friends at the Arts & Crafts centre in Knaresborough.
Rory Hoy, a talented DJ and producer from Knaresborough, has joined Henshaws as our new celebrity ambassador.
We welcomed our local police and fire services to the Arts & Crafts Centre in Knaresborough to find out ways to help us all stay safe.
We meet some of the people behind HenshawsGifts online shop, which sells unique items designed, handmade and packaged by disabled artists at our Arts & Crafts Centre in Yorkshire.
Artist and Henshaws Arts & Crafts Centre workshop leader Shaeron Caton-Rose shares her experience of making art and how it can be of benefit to people living with a disability.
Henshaws volunteer Jack, tells us about his 10 years of volunteering at Henshaws, and why our unique Arts & Crafts Centre garden needs your support.
Art Makers at our Centre in Knaresborough have created unique artwork inspired by their favourite films for our new exhibition this summer.
"I’ve learnt so much with Henshaws, but I’m really excited to share with you one of the biggest achievements I’ve made – travelling on my own from Yorkshire to Scotland!"
Pottery Workshop Leader Maki explains how our Art Makers recently worked on a major commission to create clay trophies for the Social Enterprise UK Awards last November.
Nick is a window cleaner at our Arts & Crafts Centre and the surrounding areas, and shares with us some of his amazing fundraising adventures for Henshaws.
How do you communicate when you are deafblind? How do you communicate with someone who is deafblind? For Jon and Shirley, the answer is… through art.
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