Awesome day today with people that are passionate about young people at the Princes Trust in Newcastle. Everyone went away with new THINK! Tools for their own use and to share with others.. We look forward to hearing about their usefulness and everyday application. Thanks to everyone that participated..
We are supporting students with their 3rd year Geography degrees by hosting a field trip in Coalville! Base will be set up at CEP Ltd on Market Street where lunch will be provided at CK’s which uses food destined for landfill or surplus to stored requirements… we are hoping it doesn’t snow! You may see … More Leicester University students visit Coalville
Listened to some inspiring speakers, especially Wayne Hemingway of Hemingway Design telling his story of what can be achieved if you believe it’s possible! His advice to creative young people – be brave, have a voice, don’t accept the status quo – explore emerging creative zones such as those in Margate & Liverpool ! Other … More Arts Evolution 2018 – The Mighty Creatives Conference
Coalville Market, sounds, lights and the Famous 50! Local people and businesses have come together to help us create this immersive experience. (In less than 10 days with very little budget!) Starting with the mining heritage of (most) of the Famous 50, progressing into the trenches of WW1, with a chance to pop into the … More We’ll provide the Headtorch….
Thanks to year 6 Hugglescote Primary, Darren ‘The Graffman’ artist and the Famous 50 we were able to create minature art keepsakes to give away in the community. Using the recycled spray paint cans the children completed their piece of art, wrote their unique label- one for each soldier- and left them in the community … More Free Art Friday
What’s a Thinking Day, you may be thinking. It goes a little like this choose the goal check how likely you are to achieving it explore all the possible ways you could get to your goal consider who else might be able to help and why they may want to explore all the possible barriers … More We had a Thinking Day…