JCI Sheffield: Writing for Wellbeing: Finding Inspiration in Unexpected Places

Join us for this fun and informal writing workshop that shows how a picture can tell a thousand words!
Using different writing styles, we’ll explore how photos of everyday scenes and objects can spark your imagination. Who knew that a pothole or trolley bay could be so inspiring?
We’ll also discover how writing can benefit your mental wellbeing, especially in these difficult times.
This event is open to all levels. You just need a pen, paper and your phone.
*** Please register in advance via zoom ***
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
FREE for JCI Members and Non Members
Any questions – please email marketing@jcisheffield.org.uk
☞About the Trainer☜
The workshop will be led by Hannah Woodcock. As a Content Writer at Hallmark Cards, Hannah has over 5 years’ experience of writing copy for greeting cards, internal communications, blogs and social media. Within this role she has written for brands such as Paperchase, Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Disney.
Hannah has been involved with JCI UK since 2013. As the 2019 National Community Action Director she ran projects focused on mental wellbeing, including Step Up January and Mindful Matters: Step Up Your Mental Health Awareness.
She has also written an award-winning murder mystery (spoiler: it wasn’t the butler!)* and delivered workshops for Leeds Beckett University and Ilkley Literature Fringe Festival.
*‘Most Outstanding Social Project’ at JCI UK’s National Awards 2017