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Adult and community learning

Heads Up - Manchester CLMHR

Welcome to Manchester's CLMH Research Project Page.

Background to Heads Up

Manchester Adult Education Service have been working with Back on Track in delivering Manchester’s CLMH Research Project.

REAL Project - Somerset CLMHP

SS&L offering free adult leisure education courses as part of national government research project

'Hope and Wellbeing' - Ealing CLMHP

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Welcome to 'Hope and Wellbeing', Ealing Adult Learning's Community Learning Mental Health Research Project.

Learning in Mind - Redbridge CLMHP

Welcome to 'Learning in mind' the dedicated page for Redbridge Institute's Community Learning Mental Health Pilot Project. This is where you'll find general information about our pilot and details of any progress that has been made.

Please login to leave comments/questions or send a direct message to Errolie Sermaine, the Project Coordinator.

Good Mood Food - Stockton CLMHP

Image taken from Stockton-on-Tees CLMHP course publicity for learnersWelcome to the 'Good Mood Food' dedicated webpage for Stockton Borough Council's Community Learning Mental

Sheffield Learn Well Live Well





Welcome to Sheffield Learn Well Live Well the dedicated webpage for Sheffield's Community Learning Mental Health Pilot.  

Wiseminds - Kirklees CLMHP

Welcome to the dedicated webpage for  'Wiseminds' Kirklees College's Department for Education Community Learning Mental Health research project site. 

The project, now in its second year across Kirklees, has Kirklees College as the lead.

Community Mental Health - Devon CLMHP

Welcome to ' Community Mental Health' the dedicated webpage for Learn Devon’s Community Learning Mental Health Pilot. 

What is our project about?

We aim to develop and deliver a diverse range of courses to meet the needs of people in our area affected by mild to moderate mental health problems in order to aid their recovery and wellbeing.

Who is involved?

Our project is led by Learn Devon, Devon County Council.  


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