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Conference - Turning the Tide: Research by, for and with service users
There will be more information, including pictures, from the conference day coming soon. In the interim please download the 'Turning the Tide Programme' and the 'Turning the Tide Bios' to see what was covered and who took part in the day.
Here are some of the presentations that we were lucky enough to listen to:
Notes from Master Classes
A huge THANK YOU to Ged Bryan for giving up so much of his time to film and edit this video. Thank you also to Rose McCausland who helped film, and Robin Thorburn at Forkbeard Fantasy for lending the editing suite and expertise to help edit. Thank you to Kerry, Catherine and to everyone who took part in the dance.
- Flirty Cha Cha - The Daniel Pemberton TV Orchestra, Little Big Planet: Little Big Music Musical
- Tea for Two Cha Cha Cha - Orchestra Xavier Cugat, Fiesta Mambo Rumba Samba Y Cha Cha Cha
- Latin Cha Cha - Stephane Pompougnac, Hotel Costes 12
At the start of the conference, all delegates were asked if they were happy to be photographed and videoed. If you are unhappy with appearing in this video then please get in touch with us.