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Evolve at the Adam and Eve

Earlier this year Aquarius put an offer in on a famous derelict pub in Digbeth in Birmingham – The Adam and Eve. We are in the process of transforming it into a multi use space and functional venue comprising of; A […]

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Olympics Rio 2016

Let the games begin The Olympics has come around again, seems unbelievable that it was 4 years ago that London was aflurry with Olympic madness. In a few short hours the opening ceremony will begin, 207 countries (according to Wikipedia) […]

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Gambling addiction, what is the appeal?

Often people don’t see gambling addiction as a real thing. It is not in the same ‘league’ as drugs and alcohol and often people won’t take it as seriously if someone admits they have a problem. If you have a […]

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United in Recovery

Last month I attended Aquarius’ 5th Service User Conference ‘United in Recovery’ and I am already anticipating next year’s event. As soon as you stepped in to the venue there was a sense of vibrancy, as one person who attended […]

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Psychoactive substances

Have you heard about the new legislation? A law against psychoactive substances has been long overdue. Psychoactive substances which are also known as legal highs or club drugs have a similar effect to illegal drugs like cocaine and Heroin. Suppliers […]

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Dying Matters

Dying Matters, that’s what David Bowie thought As liver disease hits the headlines again today – http://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/jan/24/inside-the-liver-ward-nhs – we are struck once more by the timeliness of our Birmingham project, Aquarius Befriending Care. Over the past year Vicky Lindsay (manager of […]

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NEW Safer Drinking Guidelines for Alcohol

The rules have changed again! The new government guidelines state: Men and women should not drink more than 14 units a week, and pregnant women should not drink at all. You should also not store up your units and drink […]

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Stay dry this January

January is the month when our get up and go has officially gone. As we cling to the bed post on the first working Monday of the year, like a petulant child who has wrapped themselves around their mother’s legs. January is […]

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