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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 26 Jun 2020
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Urban Arts Project 02 May 2013
This is a project by a community organisation in Bolton, serving beneficiaries in Camden. The group will use the funding to run a project for vulnerable young people and adults to learn social and communication skills along with creative skills in art, in various forms. This will rebuild the beneficiaries' confidence and provide them with the necessary skills to improve their chances of accessing further education.
Engaging Camden 26 Jul 2018
The project enables a year-round community engagement programme that involves, inspires and improves the wellbeing of local Camden and West Euston residents. ‘No Direction Home’ festival about displacement and refuge, autumn 2018); organise and deliver the hugely successful Drummond Street Festival for two years; and introduce long-term postcode ticket offers to encourage local residents to attend performances. The funding will increase CPT’s capacity to deliver rolling engagement opportunities in direct response to our community’s needs as the area embarks on a period of extensive change, unlocking the potential for the venue to inspire greater community cohesion.
Drummond Street Day 11 Jul 2019
Drummond Street Day is a day time, family-oriented street party to celebrate local cultures, bring the community together and showcase the local business offering. The cultural ctivities will transcend traditional social lines and encourage people to take part in something they haven't tried before - whether its a new food or trying a new activity.
This project supports CPT’s ambitions to transform its offer of accessible performances for D/deaf / disabled Camden residents.
CPT will test whether an artist-led approach to audience diversity can motivate audiences from BAME backgrounds currently underrepresented to attend. Further, they aim to gain better understanding of the barriers preventing emerging artists from BAME background entering the field of contemporary theatre making. They intend to use this learning to inform their wider organisational policy and practice.
Hear it Right, Get It Right! 09 Feb 2007
A project to promote better understanding of adults with learning difficulties within organisations who provide services to the wider community. Conferences with workshops, reports and newsletters to stakeholders, training and advice for the organisations will be given, with awards given to organisations who are successful in their improvement programme.
The project will support first time tenants and tenants moving in or out of work through educational activities and building the financial confidence of tenants to ensure more sustainable tenancies. Topics will include budgeting, maximising income, an explanation of credit as well as a series of sessions focusing on times of change such as leaving employment, illness or pregnancy and the training of frontline staff to easily identify vulnerable tenants and provide appropriate support to them.
Floristry Art 17 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver arts and crafts sessions for older black and minority ethnic (BME) women who are socially isolated. This will bring beneficiaries together for social interaction and reduce isolation.
Cooking-4-Life 30 Jan 2014
The group will use the funding to provide healthy cookery workshops for adults with learning disabilities. This will enable beneficiaries to cook cost effective, nutritious meals independently, without relying on family or carers._x000B_
Stanley Hall’s Community Champions 22 Nov 2017
This project will establish a volunteer programme to support activities at the hall and deliver services to the local community.