Playing with clay, making objects, learning new things and working with others are all good for our health.

The BCB Health Programme works with health organisations in Stoke-on-Trent to create opportunities for people to explore how creativity best works for them.

“It really does generate a feeling of wellbeing. Everybody is around you, but you’re still in your own world. What’s in front of you, (the clay) that’s all that matters.”

-member of ReCast group

BCB’s Health Programme is supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation.
Clay Works?

We are working with research partners at Keele University and the University of Sunderland to learn more about how taking part in creative workshops helps us to manage our own health.