page updated 22nd April 2021 You Must Stay At Home Voices from Wellingborough’s homeless community. About the Publication During the first national lockdown in 2020, homeless people were offered temporary accommodation to safeguard them from the COVID-19 outbreak. In order to provide some contact for individuals in Wellingborough, and to give an opportunity for the … Continue reading You Must Stay At Home
video produced by Cinnamon Arts Group Winter Brights project by Cinnamon Arts Group In January 2021 the Cinnamon Arts Group launched a project in Wellingborough to help brighten up the winter period and fight the January blues by giving local people resources to visually express their happy and safe places. To take part in creating … Continue reading Winter Brights (Cinnamon Arts Group)
Community designs now on display in Hemmingwell, Kingsway and Queensway in Wellingborough In September 2020 Made With Many teamed up with Community Watch to give people some free activities to do at home, along with information from local community organisations to help keep residents safe and well. We invited people living in Hemmingwell, Kingsway or … Continue reading Greetings From… community designs on display
Make this Christmas a cracker! In December 2020, to brighten up the winter period, and keep people’s spirits up during the Covid-19 restrictions, Made With Many distributed 300 Christmas Activity Packs through partners, including Northamptonshire Libraries, Home Start Wellingborough & District, Daylight Centre, Victoria Centre, Glamis Hall, WACA, Northamptonshire Carers, Northamptonshire Children’s Trust, St Marks Queensway, St … Continue reading Make this Christmas a cracker!
Children taking part in the project ©Pen Green Centre for Children & their Families Remote Arts Project with Pen Green Children’s Centre Artist Kaitlin Ferguson worked remotely with the children at Pen Green Centre for Children and their Families over a period of ten weeks. During this time, Kaitlin created kits for the children packed full of … Continue reading Remote Arts project with Pen Green Children’s Centre
Rangoli design competition winners Earlier this month, we teamed up with the Asha Deep project, Support Northamptonshire and Wellingborough District Hindu Association to deliver 300 activity packs around the Victoria and Isebrook wards in Wellingborough to help the community join in with Diwali celebrations. The creativity packs included activities that all members of the family could join in with, including making … Continue reading Rangoli design competition WINNERS
Greetings From WINNERS! Congratulations to all of the winners of the Greetings From… postcard design competition! We have had lots of very creative entries and can now announce the winners below, who will all receive a £25 shopping voucher. The winning entries can also be viewed in the slideshow above. All of the winners below have … Continue reading Greetings From… WINNERS!
Join in with your community in celebrating the Festival of Lights Update – winners of this competition have been announced HERE Made With Many have teamed up with the Asha Deep project, Support Northamptonshire and Wellingborough District Hindu Association to deliver 300 activity packs around the Victoria and Isebrook wards in Wellingborough so that the … Continue reading Diwali Activity Packs & Design Competition (now closed)
Tiny Fun Palaces were a blast! In early October 2020, Made With Many distributed 400 free art packs in Corby and Wellingborough, with everything needed to start a Tiny Fun Palace at home on Saturday 3rd October. Creativity packs were shared through organisations who work with local families in the week running up to the … Continue reading Tiny Fun Palaces were a blast!
Many Hands Make Light Work We worked with lots of other Wellingborough organisations to deliver our ‘Greetings From…’ postcard project. Made With Many are distributing 1000 Greetings From… activity packs to households in three areas of Wellingborough to help empower residents to have a voice by creatively recording how they feel about their neighbourhood on a … Continue reading Many Hands Make Light Work