A Lancashire mum has published a book about the tragic loss of her baby daughter at seven weeks old in the hope that her story can help others heal from grief.
Two Creative Writing students from Edge Hill University have developed their very own tabletop skirmish game after being given a unique opportunity to work for a gaming studio.
If you want to learn all about studying with us at Edge Hill, we’ve got plenty of opportunities to meet with us this year.
Edge Hill is looking at how students and staff benefitted from the University’s Feel Good February events as well as highlighting the year-round support on offer on today’s University Mental Health Day.
Edge Hill’s Tackling the Blues programme, delivered in partnership with Everton in the Community and Tate Liverpool, is marking University Mental Health Day on Thursday 4th March by offering a range of free mental health activities for students.
Edge Hill has unveiled the shortlisted books in the running for next year’s Big Read campaign, with a major focus on books by black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) authors.
Edge Hill University is hosting Feel Good February to support the health and wellbeing of students and staff with a huge range of online events designed to support resilience and re-energise people.
Edge Hill has pledged to commit greater support for students who are studying without the support of a family network, and ensure they are given the best chance to thrive at university.
A performer who is training as a psychotherapist at Edge Hill is using her creative talents to encourage children and young people to open up about their mental health through the arts.
World-renowned journalist Emily Maitlis paid a virtual visit to Edge Hill University to deliver a personal account of her remarkable career, which has taken her around the globe to interview some of the most notable politicians, international leaders and public figures.