Keeping Our Website Alive and Singing

With much planned for the year ahead, it would be great to hear what our Lapidus Scotland members, contributors and supporters are up to – So why not share your story?
We plan a series of monthly ‘words’ to keep us inspired, informed and connected. Frances Ainslie has provided some words for September.
If you have a story […]

CLOSED: Lapidus Scotland is seeking a Creative Project Manager

Words Work Well for All
This is a self-employed position with a fee of £3000 for approximately 30 days across the year mid-September 2017 to the end of October 2018 (end date approx).

It is essential that applicants have experience of Project Management in the arts, health and/or community sector within Scotland, with an understanding of the […]

Autumn Voices

The Autumn Voices Blog is for anyone interested in creativity in later life by Robin Lloyd-Jones. You don’t have to be old to contribute, although a little insider knowledge is often useful. Initially, the focus will be mainly on writing, but Robin plans to expand on that later.

Have a look at the new website here.

Change – Loss – Grief — Healing

How to Facilitate groups using Literary Arts
alongside Visual Art, Music and Movement
A Residential Workshop for Experienced Facilitators AND Potential Trainers
of Reading, Writing and Storytelling for Wellbeing

2nd to 5th November 2017
Thursday from 5pm till Sunday 4pm
at Whatton Lodge, East Lothian

Whatton lodge is located on Hill Road, Gullane and overlooks Gullane Bay and offers spectacular views over […]

Maggies Lanarkshire

Maggies in Lanarkshire provides a beautiful backdrop to a bibliotherapy session.

Spring Launch and Work Shop

Launch of Bibliotherapy on-line pilot toolkit

Lapidus Scotland and NHS Education for Scotland launched Words Work Well Bibliotherapy on-line pilot toolkit on Friday, the 13th of March 2015