Julie’s Bicycle is a “charity that supports the creative community to act on climate change and environmental sustainability” and they are supporting us on our mission to create a sustainable Boundary Way and to teach as many people as we can about the value of living in a more sustainable way.
Visit the Julie’s Bicycle website: www.juliesbicycle.com
Through our partnership with Arts Connect we secured a grant that allowed us to carry out a successful pilot of the Arts Award at Boundary Way with the Sixth Formers from Penn Fields School. Arts Award is a great opportunity for students to gain a wider understanding of the art world through workshops, research and visits. It is a nationally recognised qualification that helps young people progress into further education and employment.
Visit the Arts Connect website: www.artsconnect.co.uk
Researcher in Historic Gardens & Designed Landscapes, Twigs has worked closely with our Project Team to develop ideas and to research the deeper history of Boundary Way to create a historical text about our site, which features in our Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden brochure.
Visit Twig’s website: www.twigsway.com
Gatis Community Space
A local community group and space based in Whitmore Reans. The aim of Gatis is to inspire the whole community, regardless of age or background to come together, have pride in their neighbourhood, share skills, have fun, live healthier, learn new things and break down any cultural barriers which may exist. It is run by volunteers and is often used as an indoor area for Boundary Way Project events, such as film showings, meetings and workshops.
Visit Gatis Community Space’s Website: www.gatiscommunityspace.co.uk
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