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Becoming the Greenest Carnival in the UK. Step 1: Reducing CO2 Emissions (360G-QuartetCF-A465140)

To reduce the carbon emissions generated through the annual Carnival and to promote the group's target for reduced emissions and to raise awareness of that aim.


13 Dec 2017

Grant details
Amount Applied For 4790
Amount Awarded 4790
Award Date 2017-12-13T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E01033080
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type LSOA
Beneficiary Location: Name Bath and North East Somerset 009E
Grant Programme: Code B&WCE - 2017
Grant Programme: Title Bath & West Community Energy Programme
Impact Category Connect people with the arts, culture and heritage
Last Modified 2018-01-18T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Duration (months) 3
Planned Dates: End Date 2018-08-31T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2018-05-01T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group All Ages
Primary beneficiary Children and Young People
Primary ethnicity Mixed
Primary issue Environment and improving surroundings
Recipient Org: Description Bath Carnival is a non-profit organization which delivers an annual community project for children, young people & adults living in B&NES. People are brought together to conceive and deliver a celebration of creativity and collaboration with a programme of creative performances, workshops and seminars in art, dance, theatre and music. The project reaches out to those who may not other wise have the chance to engage in the arts, including those with mental and/or physical health issues, vulnerable adults and those coming from deprived areas of B&NES. Each year we provides free workshops in costume making, music and dance to schools, homeless charities, disability groups, special needs schools and community groups. These groups are brought together to collaborate in a safe, accessible environment and learn new skills together. Workshops provide an enjoyable group experience and are designed to build participants confidence, teach them new skills and establish new relationships within the community. Large free public workshops bring together thousands of local people to learn how to drum, dance and make costumes/structures for the carnival. The project culminates in a final event celebrating the diversity of B&NES, with workshop participants performing in a carnival procession and festival in a park.
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