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A small project aimed at introducing repairing and recycling skills across household items.
The project seeks to repair and restore items that would otherwise be thrown away in land fill.
We will deliver a new website that promotes our lively village to the world & new signage to attract visitors to stop & visit. This is a project that will celebrate our community & boost our economy.
Betar Bangla, the only Bengali radio station in the UK with over 80k listeners, is at risk of closure. The station is in urgent need to crowdfund £18,000 to keep this valuable community asset open.
Place2Play is a brand new initiative using local parks as venues for inclusive and fun family play challenges. Place2Play will bring families together outside teaching healthy lifelong skills.
Our young people will build an indoor cave at Mile End Urban Adventure Base in only 3.5 days! The cave will be played in by thousands of local children each year, and will promote an active lifestyle.
To complement the 75th anniversary of the Bethnal Green tube disaster we are planning to project historical photographs of victims onto the recently completed teak stairway.
We want to transform some empty and unloved space into a vibrant and creative community garden - an open and creative home for local people to connect with nature and with each other.
Osprey Outdoors are teaming up with Friends of Grove Park to create a Bug Palace in a fenced area around a park pond. This is first stage in establishing a mini nature reserve promoting biodiversity.
Crystal Palace Park Theatre is a new open air theatre running its First Season in summer 2019 as part of the area's regeneration programme with a proposed permanent venue tender planned.
The project is designed to encourage children to use their creativity and individuality to find whatever talent they posses and be confident enough to showcase it at the Playbarns talent show.
Converting the long-disused St Leonard's Church into a new, bigger home for Newton Abbot's museum and a community hub in the centre of town.
The purchase of a wheelchair roundabout for disabled children: to enable them to play and socially interact with other children.