'Being on the tightrope is living. Everything else is waiting.'

It can be argued that one of the oldest social human activities is story telling, and it is easy to picture our ancestors crouched around a fire in prehistoric times, telling each other tales of the day they managed to trap a mammoth and ate steak for a month. Films are simply the modern version of telling stories about the things that matter to us.

Recovery isn't just about therapy, it's about social activity and friendship, and watching a film can provoke lively discussions that help to create connections between people. 

Currently, our only active film club is in Hillingdon,  but we have had them in both Ealing and Kensington and Chelsea in the past. If you would like a film club at the local Build on Belief service you access, let the service managers know, and we will see what we can do!

If you fancy joining us for a movie, feel free to pop into ARCH in Hillingdon on a Friday afternoon. For more information contact Finola Sullivan or Tony Brooks, they'd be happy to chat to you.

For details on how to get to ARCH in Hillingdon, please click on the image below: