Arts Richmond News
Arts Richmond are delighted to be able to get back to their offices at the fantastic ETNA Centre on Monday 6th July.
Whilst it will be a few more months before we can start generating our printed Newsletter. Our resourceful Arts Richmond team continues to produce our monthly Newsletter virtually, which contents has found new and engaging ways of supporting our affiliates and entertaining our members. New features on our website include an ‘Artist of the Week’, a weekly creative challenge, an exciting, growing poetry section and the Howard Greenwood Music Corner!
We are keen to support all those people who have found lockdown time to develop their creative skills and interests and hope we have plenty of challenges for them! We hope also that for those experiencing loneliness and worry we are able to offer direct support by keeping in touch and offering information about the enormous range of arts related activities still available. Our newsletter has it all so do check it out on our website and perhaps consider becoming a member of Arts Richmond so that you can hear from us directly!
Lynn Faulds Wood
We are very sorry to announce the sudden death of one of our two joint Presidents: Lynn Faulds Wood. She and her husband, John Stapleton have made a wonderful contribution to Arts Richmond and we are devastated to lose such a good friend and loyal supporter of our charity.
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