On this page you will find lots of useful resrources from the Arts for Health team. This includes some tutorials and worksheets created for Arts for Health. 

You can also find more exciting content and infomration on our Arts for Health YouTube playlist, where there are more easy-to-follow tutorials, and other videos relating to our projects and activities. Please click on this link to access our Arts for Health You Tube page. 

Arts for Health staff with cameras We have a Photobox kit which provides Activity Co-ordinators with the opportunity to do photography with inpatients.

The kit includes 4 digital cameras plus a Canon Selphy printer which instantly prints images taken on the cameras using the memory cards. It produces 6”x 4” colour prints – which can be used just as they are or put together as a collage. The participants enjoy the instant results withCameras and printer this printer – a sense of achievement – or an opportunity to improve their photography on the spot.

We run regular training for Activity Co-ordinators and AHP’s so that they are familiar with the kit and feel confident to use with inpatient groups. Sometimes images taken with the cameras are curated into exhibitions at our inpatient sites.

We have a number of tutorials and worksheets created for Arts for Health by local artist Debbie Todd (who leads our inpatient art group on the adult mental health wards at St. George’s Hospital).

Please open the Arts for Health YouTube Playlist to find a series of short, easy-to-follow art tutorials to guide you step-by-step through the worksheets we have available to download on our website.


The walking trail around the grounds of St George's Hospital, Stafford was developed during Arts for Health workshops in 2019.

Together staff and service users walked, talked, took photos, wrote poems... and came up with a walking route around the site for people to enjoy. The small matter of the global pandemic put the brakes on the project in early 2020, but work was soon resumed on the map and signage to guide people around the trail.

The arrow waymarkers are due to be installed any day so keep an eye out for those. In the meantime, please do use the map below if you would like to do the walk.

Arts for Health Contact Details

Arts for Health - General Enquiries

Jessica Kent - Arts for Health Lead

Redwoods Centre, Somerby Drive,
Shrewsbury SY3 8DS 
01743 210048 / 07814 752783

Helen Wilson - Project Worker

St. George's Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3AG                  07964208542 / 01785221328

Owen Hurcombe - Digital & Communications Project Worker

St, George's Hospital, Corporation Street,
Stafford ST16 3AG

Diana Buckle - Administrator

Redwoods Centre, Somerby Drive,
Shrewsbury SY3 8DS

Amy Smith - Arts for Health Project Assistant

Redwoods Centre, Somerby Drive, Shrewsbury, SY3 8DS