Wolfie

Wolfie
“This year has been a blast! Places I’ve been, the people I’ve met. Giving a talk in Durham Cathedral at UKRW was amazing and the highlight of the year. Recovery can happen in many different ways and forms, and for me I found recovery through the arts. We express our journeys through movement, support each other, and we are committed to connecting on a weekly basis with a shared purpose – Recovery. We are like a family, and being alone on the streets is now a distant memory.

As well as all the experiences – I have performed at conferences, walks, universities, to audiences in recovery, academics, families, and we always come away buzzing! Places I never dreamed I would ever be. We carry a message of hope to those in need and raise awareness of positive, contagious recovery.
We are part of a recovery network and connect with UKRF, Faces and Voices of Recovery, and locally I’m a member of Cheshire Recovery Federation. Everyone in recovery is welcome at Fallen Angels, come along and see what we are about… We make a good brew!!!”

Participant portrait photograph.

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