Artroom is a patient-centred project facilitated by professional artists and writers. It supports individual creativity and art and writing sessions take place in either a shared studio environment or one-to-one.

Started in 2007 by Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust (GHAT), it is co-funded by the Friends and the NHS Grampian Endowment Fund.

The artists at Roxburghe House – Neal and Donna - ran four sets of 12-week programmes in 2022 and following many months of lockdown restrictions, the day unit sessions were able to return to full days on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

As well as giving eight talks, they have also started a new Open Artroom project on Thursdays, following a successful pilot towards the end of last year.