With the October half-term, Lego Club nearly upon us here as look back at the photos of our successful Lunch and Lego sessions over the summer supported by Pentagon Shopping Centre and our Local Tesco’s. For more details of what went on please see check out the blog
It’s been our busiest summer yet we hope that you have all enjoyed the activities we arranged please find below a summary of some of the summer fun we’ve had together.
Expanding from our successful summer event held again this year at Luton Millennium Green around getting active we have had family fitness sessions held in and around Luton Millennium Green delivered by SanFran Fitness.
This post is the culmination of the Arches Local Make Music Project that started out with Jamie Johnson handing out flyers for what was planned to be a 6-week project at the end of summer 2016. The project was run from Riverside One Studios in Chatham where participants had the opportunity to make and record their own music and work with other musicians, producers and professional songwriters.
We had Future Foundry down on the 30th of March as part of our Community Economic Development plan of having a market at the Luton Road Shoppers car park to speak to people locally about what it takes to run Market.
Future Foundry’s projects bring young people together with people in their communities that can help them progress – creating connections and highlighting pathways. They promote the creative industries and encourage people to be inspired by, and access creative training and cultural events. By bringing together the very different approaches of the creative, environmental and business sectors, Future Foundry acts to resolve the real economic, spatial and social problems faced by our communities.
On Tuesday, March 14th 2017 Copperhouse Activity Training a local outdoor activity provider we support to run activities took children from a local primary school, All Saints CofE to a local park, Luton Millennium Green that as a community in partnership with other stakeholders are helping shape to our needs. The day was magically captured by a local photographer Steve Tomlin.