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The Alma Project aims to improve the mental health and well-being of the inhabitants of the Edinburgh and Lothians through the use of the arts as a therapeutic tool.  We provide quality, arts groups to people with mental health issues.  We are involved in many public exhibitions, performances and workshops that give mental well-being a platform, and help to educate about  mental ill health.

The Alma Project was set up as a constituted community group by service users and their supporters on 5th December 2010, and became a Scottish Charity Incorporated Organisation on  12 Nov. 2015.  SC046127

Margaret Allan at thealmaproject@gmail.com

For enquiries re. referrals and volunteering email:  alistair.thealmaproject@gmail.com  

(Referral forms are also on Service Provision page of this website.)


or phone –  0770 36 39 334 

donate to alma

Our groups are based at Craigentinny Community Centre, 9 Loaning Road, Edinburgh EH 7 6JE.  It is partly housed in an old castle in the lovely, peaceful, village-like area of Craigentinny.

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Sculpture Group                         Mon 11.45 – 1.45pm

Art for You                                 Tues 12.30 – 2.30pm

Creative Writing                        Wed 12noon – 2pm   

Alma Theatre                            Thurs 11am -2pm

Mosaic Group                            Thurs 1pm – 3pm 

See Events for the Alma Theatre performance in the Festival Fringe

alma brochure – outside – new

Alma brochure – inside – aug 2019

At Craigentinny Community Centre

Please email for more information and a referral form or download our referral form and email it to us

alistair.thealmaproject@gmail.com

 

Groups held at the  Craigentinny Community Centre

See Contact Us for how to get there.

  

See Service Provision page for Referral forms and more information about groups.

See Events for exhibitions, performances, workshops and events

Many thanks to all our funders and supporters.

   

Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Our project received funding for an art and writing project.

Kpe4 Charitable Trust

Corra                Souter Charitable Trust

W M Mann Foundation

Christ Church, Morningside                  Virgin Money ‘Heart of the Community’

 

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