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Creative KHL

KHL Community Workshop

The KHL Community Workshop is regularly open to members (including new members). Pop in to take a tour or sign up as a member and make something! You can also sign up online to get involved in the Community Workshop HERE.

Open sessions

March 2023

  • Tuesday 28th 7-9pm
  • Wednesday 29th 1-4pm
  • Thursday 30th 7-9pm

April 2023

  • Tuesday 4th 7-9pm
  • Wednesday 5th 1-4pm
  • Tuesday 11th 7-9pm
  • Wednesday 12th 1-4pm
  • Thursday 13th 7-9pm
  • Tuesday 18th 7-9pm
  • Wednesday 19th 1-4pm
  • Tuesday 25th 7-9pm
  • Wednesday 26th 1-4pm
  • Thursday 27th 7-9pm


To find out more about Creative KHL please visit contact Tom Briggs at or 07923221759 visit or follow on facebook.

Photos from the workshop programme

About Creative KHL

Creative Kingswood & Hazel Leys is a community-led creative programme operating on the estates of Kingswood and Hazel Leys in Corby.  As a partnership between the KHL Big Local Partnership, Made With Many, The Core at Corby Cube and Corby Community Arts, we run a variety of creative activities including pop-up activities, festivals, workshops and public art, aiming to make a positive impact on our area and community. 

From November 2018 to October 2022 we were part of the Creative Civic Change programme run by Local Trust. Investment of over £200k allowed us to work with local residents on a wide range of projects, including supporting the KHL Community Workshop, creating 4 new murals and a range of creative workshops for local residents. 

There are plans for the collective to continue their work, including more workshops in the workshop and new sculptural benches at the areas’ two skate parks. Watch out on our newsletter and social media for more details! 

Community Power Podcast

As Creative Civic Change comes to a close, Local Trust chat to George Hill from the KHL Big Local Partnership in Corby and other guests about the ways art and creativity have brought their Midlands communities together in the Community Power podcast. 

Reflecting on 4 years of Creative Civic Change

View the film below or view and share on facebook.

Past Projects

Some of the previous projects developed through Creative KHL:

Creative KHL is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, the Calouste Gulbenkian FoundationEsmée Fairbairn Foundation and Local Trust . The Creative Civic Change initiative is a shared desire to create a deeper knowledge and understanding of what community-led cultural activity looks like in action.

Creative Civic Change logos


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Updated 22nd March 2023

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