Made With Many Programme Director, Helen Willmott, writes about changes we can make to create a better community in this month’s blog.
What is the Cultivate programme? Made With Many aims to work with as many communities as possible in both Corby and Wellingborough, prioritising those least likely to engage in arts and culture. Whilst we do not have the capacity to deliver every single project our communities can imagine, we do have expertise to share with … Continue reading Cultivate Programme
15th May 2020 Corby Pole Fair gains National Lottery investment to help plan the 2022 event The Steering Group for the Corby Pole Fair, due to take place in May 2022, has been awarded investment of over £35,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the National Lottery Community Fund. The Pole Fair is a … Continue reading Corby Pole Fair funding announcement
The Living Legends: Hidden Histories exhibition opened on Wednesday 2nd May 2018 and was displayed for a month at the Rooftop Arts Centre in Corby. Download the Living Legends: Hidden Histories eBook HERE Funded by money raised from National Lottery players through the Heritage Lottery Fund and developed in partnership with Corby Visitor Forum (Love Corby), … Continue reading Corby Living Legends go on show at Rooftop Arts Centre
As the red velvet curtain closed for the final time on the talented cast of Danny Hero, the Made in Corby team watched in awe as the people of Corby rose to their feet to give a standing ovation for an outstanding end to the first run of the show. A Review of Danny Hero … Continue reading Danny Hero: A Review
Field Day Festival was a one-day event hosted by ourselves and KHL Big Local. The vision was to engage and bring together the local community in a comfortable, enjoyable, and fun atmosphere. We feel that we have risen above all expectations with this event! With a turn out of over 1,600 individuals and some terrific … Continue reading Field Day Festival
Our Arts Ambassadors are another way that local people get involved with our programme. They help us out with some practical tasks, but more importantly they tell everyone in their community about the work we are doing. That might be sharing our events on social media, distributing flyers and posters or even as simple as … Continue reading Become an Arts Ambassador