Getting people involved
Community activities have become central to so many conservation and heritage projects. Funding bodies like the National Lottery Heritage Fund quite rightly prioritise the engagement of local people very highly. We have years of experience of planning and delivering programmes of this kind.
These activities have included:
– Art and craft sessions
– Community workshops
– Creative writing days
– Children’s activities
– Festivals and fairs (large scale)
– Film-making projects
– Launch events
– Local heritage walks
– Nature walks (fungus forays, bat walks etc.)
– Oral history
– Photography workshops
– Schools activities
– Wildlife watching trips
We have planned activity programmes for successful Lottery bids and then gone on to co-ordinate their delivery.
Clarity have organised events from the smallest children’s art session to large-scale festivals with thousands of visitors. We have engaged with community groups, hard-to-reach audiences and the general public.
Our portfolio includes activities for disabled people, people on low incomes, young people and elderly people, and we are experienced in reaching out to infrequent users and new audiences. We can also offer all the promotion and facilitation skills needed to make your programme successful.