One of our main priorities is working in the community; teaching, supporting and increasing social cohesion. 

Our overall objective with everyone that we come into contact with is to build up their confidence and self-esteem through arts and crafts and return them to the community or to reduce the need for prescribed medication.

Artrium strives to ensure the whole community gets involved in one way or another but one of the best ways we have found is to start at an early age, working arts and crafts into a learning environment, showing the importance of encouraging creativity for mental health wellbeing.

Over the years we have completed outreach at several schools, community centres and retirement homes in Hartlepool but we are able to work in the whole of the North East region.

We have to make a charge for what we do and aim for 100% satisfaction. We always ask for your feedback, giving us the required information for us to make our next session the best we can.



“Volunteers from Artrium have introduced a diverse and creative range of arts and crafts workshops which have proved hugely popular as an afterschool activity and as part of our family learning programme.”

Julie Fletcher, Community Manager of St Hild’s C of E School, Hartlepool


"I would just like to say thank you for the fantastic workshops that colleagues from Artrium put on in Stranton Primary School earlier this year"

Headmaster of Stranton Primary School, Hartlepool


If you are interested in us attending a venue near you, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us to arrange an initial appointment to discuss your needs.



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