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Georgie: Ancestral Crafts Facilitator

Georgie has worked in a variety of community support roles. She strives to help people in gaining access to education that supports well-being and encourages free, creative thinking. She has worked within several not-for-profit organisations and schools where she has had the chance to hone her skills in teaching, marketing and administration. 


Georgie is in awe of the natural world and is a keen forager, hiker and grower. This led her to live in an off grid community setting where she supported a community growing project, Roots and Seeds and facilitated a space to teach women trade skills, Spanner in The Works. Here, she was able to live in a multigenerational setting and integrate with young and old. This experience created a new outlook for Georgie as she was able to see how these spaces were uplifting, supportive and empowering. She believes that regenerative multigenerational communities are vital for positive change and will help us to support people's mental well being and combat a variety of mental health disorders. 


She found her passion for supporting mental health whilst studying her degree in journalism. She then went on to volunteer in Calais for Women Refugee Support Centre where  she supported families holistically through art, play and music. Georgie has then gone on to train in Blue Health and works in a specialist SEN steiner school that supports children who have experienced trauma or have complex emotional needs.

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