As part of our Supporting Impact funding from Ecominds we have been working with groups from Hive and ISIS.
We have been using leaves, twigs and bark to make prints for both individual and collaborative work.
Some of these techniques were used at the mini workshops for our recent Ecominds conference . Many thanks to all the volunteers who took part and helped to make it so successful.
There is another set of allotment sessions planned. Beginning on July 5th we will explore the wonderful world of handmade paper using natural materials. Look out for posters at Hive.
Our Ecominds funded Out There Project has moved into a new phase. Our project was delighted to receive a second grant that allows us to continue the work that the Out There project began three years ago. As part of our Supporting Change and Supporting Impact funding we will be revisiting the organisations we worked with during the original project. Sessions will still have a focus on creative, green activity, but will also allow groups to develop confidence in delivering their own sessions.
Pictured above is our latest Out There group based at Hive, working with our new Project Worker, Jane. The group is exploring colour and using natural materials to create a variety of small hand-crafted items.
We still head out the the allotment most Wednesdays. Meet 10am at Hive, hot chocolate made on the camping stove included!
A beautiful September morning for our weekly allotment session. We will be carrying on with our walks to the allotment throughout the Autumn. If you would like to get involved in a little gentle green activity in the heart of Shipley, meet us at Hive at 10am on Wednesday mornings and we will walk up to the site together.