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Hello First name / Friend,,
 
Join us for a creative conversation with today's challenge setters - The Men's Table…
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Join Patrick Graham, a member of the Mens's group at The Long Table for a creative conversation…
 
⭐️ TODAY, 1pm - 1.30pm, online via Zoom ⭐️ 
 
We’ll be talking about everyday creativity and The Men’s Table’s challenges. It's FREE to join and there will be a BSL interpreter and a live captioner present for the session.
 

 
The Men's Table is a men's group who participate in programmes at The Long Table in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The group is a joint project with the NHS and The Long Table for men’s health. 
 
“The Long Table is a community canteen where we strive to answer the question 'what if everyone in our community had access to great food and people to eat it with?' Food is always available Pay As You Can so it doesn't matter if you have lost your job or your wallet there is space at our table for you.”
 
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Mend something that is broken. 
 
Perhaps you've been meaning to mend an object you own - and this is the time to fix it with sellotape or a stitch. Perhaps you take the time to plan a bigger fix, or perhaps you reflect on how you can help mend something else that has been on your mind.
 
Welsh Translation: 
Trwsia rywbeth sydd wedi torri.
 
Efallai dy fod wedi bod yn bwriadu trwsio rhywbeth ti'n ei berchen – dyma'r amser i ddefnyddio tâp gludiog neu edau a nodwydd. Efallai dy fod am neilltuo amser i gynllunio gwaith atgyweirio mwy, neu efallai am ystyried sut y gelli di drwsio rhywbeth arall rwyt ti wedi bod yn meddwl amdano.
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Did mending your object or taking the time to plan a bigger fix help you achieve a sense of relief or accomplishment?
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Share your response with friends and family and invite them to join in! 
 
Share your responses with #TheJanuaryChallenge #64MillionArtists on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. 
 
Read our top tips for accessible sharing on social media here. 

A note from 64 Million Artists: 
 
There is no wrong or right way to take part in The January Challenge. People take part in all sorts of ways! Here are some examples: 
  • Sharing the challenges with your community group or workplace  and creating responses together
  • Creating a WhatsApp group with friends or family to share responses
  • Sharing responses on social media in our friendly Facebook Group, or on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #TheJanuaryChallenge
  • Individually, keeping responses to yourself 
Anything goes. 
 
There is no pressure to complete the challenge everyday of the month, if simply reading the prompt brings new thoughts each day, or you create a physical response 31 days of the month, we encourage you to take part in a way that works best for you!

 
See you tomorrow, 
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from the team at 64 Million Artists
 
P.s. Why not invite a friend to join The January Challenge and kickstart a little connection with others?
 
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