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July is all about Colour

July is all about Colour

Bored on a Monday? Want to experiment in colour? Join us at Top Draw for some innovative life sessions.

Life Drawing Deomonstration with Mick Wilson

Life Drawing Deomonstration with Mick Wilson

If you've ever wanted to try Life Drawing but wanted to see how it's done first - now's your chance!

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New baby unit benefits from housebuilder’s cash

New baby unit benefits from housebuilder’s cash

A mother and baby unit in Wakefield has received a cash injection to renovate its outdoor play area after receiving a donation from a West Yorkshire housebuilder.

Cash boost for Wakefield Community Awareness Programme

Cash boost for Wakefield Community Awareness Programme

A Wakefield charity that helps the disadvantaged has received a £1,000 cash boost from a West Yorkshire housebuilder.

Mediation and domestic abuse – would mediation work for Mel B?

Mediation and domestic abuse – would mediation work for Mel B?

The press is full of reports about former Spice Girl, Mel B and her filing for divorce from husband Stephen Belafonte. Mel has reportedly taken out a restraining order against her husband, saying he has been physically and mental

Autistic woman helped by family mediation

Autistic woman helped by family mediation

Mediators at Family Matters have noticed an increasing trend for people who have been identified as being on the autistic spectrum, including Asperger’s syndrome, or having autism, enquiring about mediation.

Legal aid for family mediation to continue after 2018

Legal aid for family mediation to continue after 2018

The government has publicised its commitment to supporting family mediation as a major route to resolving family conflicts without the need to go to court, by confirming that legal aid will be extended after 2018.

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