Browse online talks and see the work and research gathered by our research group who have been working hard to pull together items of interest that will form the basis of creative workshops in our festival.
Our festival will take place throughout July providing you an opportunity to take part in creative groups bringing ‘Stories of Asylum during the Great War’ to life.
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Take a look at products from our previous 2017 Heritage project, including the online exhibition ‘100 Years of Mental Health Care in Hampshire’, and a unique set of postcards created from historical images and contemporary photographs from Knowle and St James Psychiatric Hospitals.
Presentation and talk on '100 Years of Mental Health Care in Hampshire'
Presentation and talk on '100 Years of Mental Health Care in Hampshire' and launch of a new project focused on World War 1.Free
“ABOVE ALL A PATIENT SHOULD NEVER BE TERRIFIED”
AN EXAMINATION OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND TREATMENT IN HAMPSHIRE 1845-1914 examining the role of history in explaining ‘madness’ and the problems associated with individual historians’ interpretations and representationsFree
Open to all
"Hundred Years of Mental Health in Hampshire" Online Exhibition
Memories of people working or staying at Knowle & St.James’ Psychiatric Hospitals, photos, poetry and Images based on these memories, as well as a pictorial timeline of major developments in mental health care over 10 decades£5.00
Heritage Gift Pack
A unique set of postcards
UK Postage only
historical images and contemporary photographs from Knowle and St.James Psychiatric Hospitals, & the 'St James Journals', a collection of newsletters written by staff between 1961 and 1968£15.00
Shop with the Good Mental Health Cooperative
Self-help e-booklets; postcards designed from Mental Wealth Trialogue artwork; ‘100 years of Mental Health Care in Hampshire’ gift pack and more