A CELEBRATION OF COLLECTIVE ADVOCACY
49 Bridge Street, Musselburgh, EH21 6AA
Friday 15th June 2018
9.45am – 4.00pm
Come along to CAPS’ free event for people with their own experience of mental health issues. Join us to celebrate collective advocacy and to remember why it is important, what it has achieved and the power it can have for change. There will be a variety of workshops and activities to get involved in, using song, poetry, discussion and much more!
A free lunch will be provided and there is travel information on the reverse of this poster.
Please register your attendance, and let us know about any access
and or dietary requirements you have by contacting:
for more information contact Ele on:
0131 273 5116 or
Getting to the venue
By bus – from East:
East Coast buses X7 runs from Dunbar with a change in Haddington where both the Lothian bus service 104 and the Prentice bus service 108 travel to Musselburgh.
The Lothian bus service 124 also runs from North Berwick to Musselburgh
By bus – from the West:
Lothian bus services 26, 30 and 44 all run from Edinburgh through Musselburgh
East Coast buses service 106, 113 & 124 all run from areas in Edinburgh through Musselburgh and service 140 runs from Penicuik through Midlothian to Musselburgh.
There is limited free parking behind Brunton Hall as well as limited time on street parking and paid car parks around the centre of Musselburgh.
Hope Church is located on Bridge Street opposite the Brunton Hall.
The diagram above shows the nearest bus stop and the route to the church which is accessible from the front of the building
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
Our next WRAP course (a programme of self-exploration that can help you take control of your own mental health and recovery) will be held at LEARN, Argyle House, on Thursdays 5, 12 & 19 July 2018, with a catch-up session on Thu 30 Aug.