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Something different for SMART Howard House residents

On the 5th September 2019, Susan from Ashmolean (Museum of Art and Archaeology at University of Oxford) visited the residents of SMART Howard House as part of the Universities Outreach programme.

On this occasion Susan bought along two snake skins and an elephant tooth along with an array of other interesting objects . She asked the residents to guess what each item was before giving them loads of interesting facts!

Howard House Deputy Manager, Jane Wallace said “This is a fantastic resource from Ashmolean, which we are very grateful for. These interactive sessions can really help residents get involved in something a little different, during what can often be a challenging and emotional time. We all love her monthly visits, they really are a lot of fun! Thanks to Susan and the team at Ashmolean Outreach.”

About SMART Howard House

SMART Howard House is a unique, publicly funded, 10 bed residential drug and alcohol detoxification service for residents of Oxfordshire. The project opened in 2010 and is named after our long standing Trustee, Mike Howard. Read more…

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