Members of 5 WAYS are currently working towards putting on a performance of a Shakespeare play. Drama North are running a twelve week drama course at 5 WAYS for those in recovery from alcohol and/or drugs. The course will lead to a public performance of Macbeth and is led by RADA trained actor and drama…

Nick Gulliford outside 5 WAYS

Leeds based recovery service Learning to Live Again (LTLA) has relocated to 5 WAYS off Burley Road. LTLA has been helping people help themselves in recovery in Leeds for over 10 years. They offer a range of activities for those practising abstinence to socialise and have fun. LTLA will be leading on Brunch Clubs every…

5 WAYS clients and members enjoyed an introduction to Leeds Art Gallery from artist Amanda Phillips on the 16th January. The visit was to help people realise that the gallery and art has something to offer for everyone.  The tour helped everyone appreciate that their personal reading of a painting, sculpture or installation is relevant…

Entrance to 5 WAYS

5 WAYS @ the Recovery Academy takes its name from the evidence demonstrating the five steps that everyone can take to improve wellbeing: Connect; Be Active; Keep Learning; Give to others; Be Mindful. These values underpin the work 5 WAYS does with its service users, who view the hub as a safe and welcoming place…

Staff from the environmental volunteering centre Hollybush are bringing a range of activities to 5 WAYS every Thursday. This Thursday that included planting vegetables out on the terrace, willow weaving to make bird feeders and making fat balls to fill them. Gemma Foley of Hollybush said: “Learning new skills and finding different interests is really…

5 WAYS @ the Recovery Academy was packed again last Friday night for another sell out Open Mic Night. The 5 WAYS Open Mic nights are an evening of creativity and a great night out. They are  a celebration of the many accomplishments of those who have chosen to turn their back on drink and/or…

On the 30th of November 5 WAYS to Wellbeing @ the Recovery Academy, the centre in Leeds for those in recovery from alcohol and/or drugs, ran its first Open House and was busy throughout the day with over 100 visitors. As well as a chance to look around the recovery centre, visitors could enjoy taster…

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