Kidderminster library to exhibit art made by brain injury patients

Kidderminster Shuttle: ART ATTACK: Headway service users will be exhibiting their work in Kidderminster. ART ATTACK: Headway service users will be exhibiting their work in Kidderminster.

AN arts and craft exhibition will be held at Kidderminster Library throughout May featuring the work of adults with brain injuries.

Headway Worcestershire service users have been busy completing their exhibition entries, which will be on display until May 31.

Day Centre co-ordinator Rachel Day said: “We are really proud of the hard work our service users, staff and volunteers have put in to create this display.

"We wanted to do something to help promote Action for Brain Injury Week which runs from May 12 to May 18 and what better way than to share their talents with the public at the library."

Headway provides services across Worcestershire for adults with acquired brain injuries and their families and carers.

For more information call Tracie Finnegan on 01905 729729, email TFinnegan@hwtl.org.uk or search for Headway Worcester Trust on facebook.

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