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Film of the Ward 5 Newsam Centre album project made by Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust. The album 'Sometimes Falling Up' is available to buy now

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Sometimes Falling Up

A brand new album of 8 songs written and produced with inpatients of Ward 5, Newsam Centre, Leeds. Over a 12 month project we worked with men who didn't at first think they had anything to offer the creative process, most didn't recognise themselves as creatives or thought they'd ever be able to write a song. 12 months later we had a finished album of songs covering loss, love and escape. This album is a testament to coming through and showing resilience while all the while these men were working towards their recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. 

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Working in Leeds and North Yorkshire we run groups for people who are in need of support, guidance and company often at a most vulnerable time in their life. Funding is getting scarcer as the need is getting larger. 

Please support our groups with an affordable donation, buy a CD written by our amazing members or a T Shirt or mug knowing your morning brew has helped to make a difference to someone out in a storm.  

Thank you.
Jonathan Parker CEO



Group members reported improved wellbeing as a result of attending a Man Made Suicide Prevention session in 2023


number of sessions run in 2023 with 420 group participants


Healthy Eating 'Vegimation' sessions ran in 2023 with 583 children and their families taking part eating a healthy snack and having fun with animation

Creative Frame CIC are a Leeds based Green Social Prescribing organisation working across Yorkshire and the North West providing trauma informed evidence based therapeutic groups to vulnerable adults and children from low income families. We use music, creative writing, exercise and digital media (film, animation and photography) to build social capital through community development & Mental Health support. We deliver group activities chosen and scheduled by our members in a variety of group settings, reducing social isolation, challenging stigma, initiating friendships and reigniting a spark for creativity.

If you would like to make a referral or refer yourself into one of our groups please contact us today.

It's good to talk, 
It's great to listen

"Being part of the walking group takes my mind off everything and it's something I look forward to coming to every week"

Sunday walk participant

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