Tagged with community engagement
PRESS RELEASE - 26 November 2019: Fifteen different community groups have secured bursaries that will bring their projects to life in the third round of funding from ‘Mayflower 400 Community Sparks’.
PRESS RELEASE - 15 November 2019: Plymouth people can share their music memorabilia and memories in a special ‘show and tell’ event organised by The Box on Saturday 30 November.
PRESS RELEASE - 21 October 2019: 2020 may be fast approaching but there’s still time to apply for Mayflower 400 Community Sparks funding for your community projects and initiatives.
BLOG POST, 14 August 2019: A review of the 'On Tour' programme we've been running since the Museum and Art Gallery building closed in late 2016 has revealed some staggering stats!
PRESS RELEASE - 19 March 2019: Sixteen projects have been awarded bursaries in the second round of 'Mayflower 400 Community Sparks' ranging from storytelling to street parties, and historical talks to giant tapestries.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer It may sound a bit unlikely, but knitting is something that has a bit of a recurring theme with us. In our ‘Beryl Cook at Home’ exhibition at the Council House last year we featured a recreation of Cook’s studio complete with some of her sketch books, fan […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer We have some new things to report in relation to our ‘On Tour’ programme this week! Our first piece of news is about a project we’ve been supporting since late 2016. ‘Maker Memories’ has been recording stories, collecting photographs, ephemera and objects for the last 18 months to […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer We’ve had a really hectic couple of weeks since I was last able to write something for the blog. As a result, I thought I’d use today’s post to roundup some of the latest developments with our ‘On Tour’ programme. Firstly, we made a big announcement about our […]
PRESS RELEASE: Did you once scoot up and down Royal Parade on your Vespa or shimmy on down at The Quay Club? If so, an evening dedicated to the 1960s this May could be just your thing!