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    This mini–festival is the culmination of a mental health service user–led creative industries development project creating resources that can be used by people with mental health issues, or by those caring for people experiencing mental health issues. Taking over a pop–up retail unit, there will be information stalls, arts and crafts to buy and try, aromatherapy and massage demonstrations plus music performances.

    Event Information
    We can exclusively announce that the pop festival will be in the Made in Stirling shop unit
    Made in Stirling
    58 Murray Place, Stirling, FK8 2BU
    Click link below to find on googlemaps. We are a minute from Stirling Rail Station in the old Body Shop premises:
    Opening hours
    Sat  13th  10-5pm
    Sun 14th  10 - 4pm
    Free entry
    For information contact Artlink Central 01786 450 971
    Please revisit for more programme information as we add it, including the full programme of workshops and events and follow us on facebook for realtime updates from our project manager, Chris Hilditch
    Aromatherapy and Massage
    Join us at our drop-in sessions where you can meet Pamela Mitchell, a qualified aromatherapist who will be giving us a short introduction about the different benefits and uses of oils.  She will then be offering free 1-2-1 hand/arm massages for those in need of some relaxation.  Please note that as this is a 1-2-1 massage, Pam can only give around 6 sessions in the 2 hours that she is in the shop.
    Pamela joins us on Saturday from 11am - 1pm and on Sunday from 1pm - 3pm.
    On Saturday afternoon from 1.30pm, the shop will be full of music thanks to the talents of fiddle player Jamie Smith and guitarist Tom Oakes.
    Art and Crafts
    Over the weekend, visitors to the shop will be given the opportunity to make their own badges for a small fee of 50p per badge or free if the badge has been made for us to sell in the shop.
    Chris will also be running a painting workshop on Sunday morning from 11am-1pm.   This will be a drop-in workshop where participants are likely to complete a painting that they can take home in only 30 minutes!
    MADE IN STIRLING: a Start Up Street project
    Stirling Creative Industries Forum (SCIF) in conjunction with Start Up Street Stirling is providing a temporary creative hub in 58 Murray Place, Stirling. The Stirling Creative Industries Forum (SCIF) represents businesses and people working in creative industries in the Stirling Council area. Start up Street is a new way of producing ideas for Stirling. Basically, it’s about taking all the good stuff that already exists in Stirling and connecting it together in
    a new way.