Feminist Fusion is looking for a community volunteer to help with the project administration, during the months of November, January and February with possibility of optional extension. Transport expenses covered. The person should be/have: Access to internet and experienced with online management. Involved in the arts sector or familiar with the creative experience/process. Able to […]
Next week October 24th sees the 9th All Ways Apples festival come to the Devonport Guildhall. All Ways Apples Festival is a Food Plymouth project which is all about sharing seasonal fruitfulness, celebrating Plymouth’s community growing projects and exchanging skills and knowledge about sustainable, healthy and delicious food. This year’s activities include story telling, apple pressing, local food […]
Plymouth City Council are about to start developing a new version of the Plymouth Online Directory and would like your help. They’d love to know what you think about the current Plymouth Online Directory (POD), what you think is missing and what you think should be improved. This survey should only take a few minutes […]
Whitleigh Big Local are commissioning a feasibility study to explore opportunities for the development of community led space/centre in Whitleigh. The deadline for applications is the 19th October.
Every year the Economic and Social Research Council (a government body which funds University research) holds a national annual research Festival to engage the public and showcase research. This year they have made a film documentary ‘How Do You Fix a Town like Plymouth’ about Plymouth Chief Constable, Joseph Sowerby, with guest appearances from colleagues […]
Together for Childhood is looking for a Plymouth-based design agency that can help develop a brand identity for their local work that will reflect the unique community that has been selected in Plymouth. Together for Childhood is an innovative, evidence-informed approach that brings local partners and families together to make communities safer places for children. […]
Come along to Radiant Gallery tomorrow 26th September 5-8pm for drinks, nibbles, and a very unusual interactive show made with people connected to the Kurdish Exile Centre in partnership with Plymouth University’s Arts Institute and the Kurdish Exile Centre. The show titled “Half/Life” explores conflict, displacement and what it means to be the target of […]