Ethics and Well-being


‘Lost’ Bedford painting sought to coincide with World Suicide Prevention Day

Lost ‘Lime Street’ painting by Bryan Charnley is sought by artist’s brother In July 1991, the artist, Bryan Charnley, took his own life while living in Bedford. Posthumously revered, his series of extraordinary self-portraits – undertaken while experimenting with the doses of his schizophrenia mediation – was featured in the Telegraph magazine and exhibited at…


BedPop Repair Shop is back!

Saturday 28 July 2018 from 10.30am Tavistock Community Centre Got something that’s broken, that you think could be repaired if only you knew how? Do you hate the thought of throwing things away simply because you don’t have the know-how or necessary tools? Then help is at hand! On Saturday 28 July, the BedPop Repair…


Eating Disorder Awareness Week

by Hannah Brown @aneartohearlb Raising awareness  of mental illness is always a bit of a minefield, we can all read the facts and  statistics that underpin the illnesses’ existence but to actually understand what it feels like, how it takes over ones life and rules our very being- well that is something quite different. Eating…


CenSAMM: Bedford’s religious Panacea Society’s legacy leads to international examination of apocalyptic threats: climate change, violence, artificial intelligence

When Mabel Barltrop formed The Panacea Society in Albany Road in Bedford in 1919 she had no idea that she was planting the seeds of a legacy that would help us understand the existential threats of the 21st century world, but that is exactly what has happened. The last member of the reclusive community died…

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