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Hidden Stories celebration event

Posted by on May 6, 2014 in P4YP News | 0 comments

In April P4YP CIC unveiled the Hidden Stories project at the Proact Football Stadium in Chesterfield with over 230 people in attendance.   Each school involved had created their own exhibition of their area from research they had all carried out which were all on display at the Celebration Event.   The children had the pleasure throughout the project of filming all the people they interviewed about their experiences growing up during and post World War II. The DVD was screened for the first time at the event as well as the children doing some reinactments for the audience. The exhibitions will now go on to be displayed in their communities. This project would not have been possible without the funding from Heritage Lottery Funding and the support of: Schools Creative Forum Derbyshire County Records Office Midland Railway Butterley Heritage site For further information on this project or to request a DVD contact P4YP CIC on 01246 859210  ...

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Celebration Event

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Our Hidden Stories project funded by the Big Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund is now nearing completion. We have a Celebration event and screening on 3 April at The Proact football stadium in Chesterfield and we are expecting over 200 children and adults to attend this screening and exhibition of artefacts and stories that have been uncovered. Following this we will be having an event in the local community centre for parents, families and communities to also celebrate what has been achieved. P4YP CIC

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Heritage Lottery Funding awarded to P4YP CIC

Posted by on Jun 5, 2013 in Funding, P4YP News | 0 comments

P4YP CIC have been awarded £10,690 from the Heritage Lottery Fund towards an intergeneration project called ‘Hidden Stories Community Project’ that explores the experiences of local people in Derbyshire during and post World War II. The young people from various areas will work with people in their communities to capture some experiences of people that lived locally during and post World War II. They will work with a film company and do research with East Midlands Oral History Archive and County Council records office and produce exhibitions and a DVD to present at a celebration event.  ...

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Positive 4 Young People Receives BIG Lottery Grant of £362,647

Posted by on May 16, 2013 in Funding | 0 comments

Local Community Interest Company – ‘Positive 4 Young People CIC’ receives BIG Lottery Reaching Communities Grant of £362,647  Positive 4 Young People Community Interest Company  has been awarded  £362,647 for a project to provide early intervention and support services for children and young people in Bolsover and North East Derbyshire. The project will work with 22 schools offering regular access to counselling and art and sound therapy. A Community Support Worker will also be employed to provide support to individuals and families within the local communities. Positive 4 Young People Community Interest Company Directors Clare Glazebrook and Julie Marriott are based at North Wingfield Community Resource Centre. They are keen to ensure that young people and the community are at the core of any activities and projects and strive to provide excellent early intervention support services to raise aspirations and meet the needs of young people and their families.  Peter Crowe Headteacher at Tibshelf Community School Commented: ‘This intervention enables some really exciting and innovative work in support of our most vulnerable students. This project will support learning progress and development but also underpin individual student success through the development of their emotional wellbeing’  Andy Knowles Headteacher at Tupton Hall commented: ‘The news of the successful Reaching Communities Lottery bid is truly remarkable! Providing specialist early intervention for vulnerable young people is proven to directly impact on their life chances for the future. Being able to offer counselling, therapy, mentoring and other support strategies for identified young people will ensure that they have the best opportunity to succeed in school. On behalf of our students, staff, governors and wider community I would like to extend our sincere thanks to Julie & Clare for writing and coordinating the submission of the bid. Their vision and drive to deliver the very best opportunities and services for young people in our communities is awe inspiring’  The Big Lottery Fund is the largest distributor of National Lottery good cause funding across the UK.  The Fund aims to enable others to make real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in...

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Big Lottery Reaching Communities Funding

Posted by on Apr 22, 2013 in P4YP News | 0 comments

Positive 4 Young People Community Interest Company receives £362,647 to provide early intervention and support services for children and young people in Bolsover and North East Derbyshire. The project will work with 22 schools offering regular access to counselling and art and sound therapy. A Community Support Worker will also be employed to provide support to individuals and families within the local communities. Positive 4 Young People Community Interest Company Directors Clare Glazebrook and Julie Marriott are based at North Wingfield Community Resource Centre. They are keen to ensure that young people and the community are at the core of any activities and projects and strive to provide excellent early intervention support services to raise aspirations and meet the needs of young people and their families.  Peter Crowe Headteacher at Tibshelf Community School Commented: ‘This intervention enables some really exciting and innovative work in support of our most vulnerable students. This project will support learning progress and development but also underpin individual student success through the development of their emotional wellbeing’  Andy Knowles Headteacher at Tupton Hall commented: ‘The news of the successful Reaching Communities Lottery bid is truly remarkable! Providing specialist early intervention for vulnerable young people is proven to directly impact on their life chances for the future. Being able to offer counselling, therapy, mentoring and other support strategies for identified young people will ensure that they have the best opportunity to succeed in school. On behalf of our students, staff, governors and wider community I would like to extend our sincere thanks to Julie & Clare for writing and coordinating the submission of the bid. Their vision and drive to deliver the very best opportunities and services for young people in our communities is awe inspiring’  The Big Lottery Fund is the largest distributor of National Lottery good cause funding across the UK.  The Fund aims to enable others to make real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need...

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