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About climbingmountainsproject

The Climbing Mountains Literature Project is a charitable asociation based in Nottingham UK. Our aims are to promote, develop and support initiatives within the alcohol and drug recovery community which: teach literacy skills, promote writing as a means of self-expression and use writing as a means of promoting public awareness of issues connected with addiction, mental health and recovery. We work mainly, but not exclusively, within the City of Nottingham and the County of Nottinghamshire, UK We work in partnership with Celandor Books, an online bookseller and small independent publisher. All profits from the sales of our books are used to fund our project. If you want to learn more about our work then please send us an email and we will add you to our mailing list. You can email us at cm@celandor.co.uk .We will guard your privacy with our lives.

We have moved

We have moved….. Hi, we realised that most of the posts on here were duplicates of the ones on Celandor Book’s blog (our publishing arm). So in future we are just posting news on their site which is here: http://blog.celandor.co.uk/?page_id=22 Thank … Continue reading

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Extracts from our book, ‘Climbing Mountains’

Several people have asked if they could have a ‘taster’ of what the book is like. So just for you we’ve put together some extracts to give you a flavour of it. Read extracts here and buy an e-book of … Continue reading

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Our new e-book

Hi! Our new book, Climbing Mountains: Inspiring stories about substance misuse recovery in Nottingham, is now available to buy from Amazon’s Kindle store as an e-book.   A quick way to get hold of a copy is to go to the Celandor … Continue reading

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Climbing Mountains Book Launch

The book launch of Climbing Mountains was a big success! (knew it would be as Glen Jarvis arranged it   ) We expected a large turnout so it was by invitation only and the room was full. Waterstones, Nottingham, allowed us … Continue reading

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