TRANSCEND: a new 12 week programme to give disabled people new skills and the confidence to find jobs
"FRONTLINEdance are delighted to have received £12,000 from the European Social Fund for 'Transcend'. We will use Creative Dance, Voice and Speech, Drama and role play, to help develop skills and confidence.Participants will work together to help each other achieve their personal goals and aspirations. A massive THANK YOU! to our funder, the European Social Fund and our partner, Mitchell Arts Centre.
We will find out which road each participant needs to take to fulfill their personal aims and aspirations, and help guide them to it. We're really excited and can't wait to get started. It's a much needed project that we have wanted to do for such a long time." Rachael Lines, Artistic Director.
When: Tuesdays 9:30am-3pm
Where: Mitchell Arts Centre, Broad Street,
Cost: FREE (funded by the European Social Fund)
Requirements: You must be 19yrs or over, live in Stoke-on-Trent or Staffordshire, be disabled, and do less than 8 hours of paid work a week. This could include the unemployed, those on incapacity benefit, carers, and people who work part-time and not in full-time education.
NO qualifications or previous experience needed
To Register: Contact Rachael on 07919 026962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The first 12 week block starts on 12th February 2013.
Breakthrou' Performance Group a weekly, fully inclusive, performance group for all!. All abilities welcome from no experience to professional. Established since 2003.
Rachael is also delivering movement and dance sessions every Friday@
The Bradbury Room, The Salvation Army, Brick Kiln Lane, Chesterton. St5 7AS
|brought to you in assosiation with Access T’ai Chi and funded by the Robbie Williams Give It Sum.
To book a place and for more information please contact:
07766341647 or e-mail: email@example.com
If you would like to work with FRONTLINEdance, please contact us via our 'Contact' page.
Here's a selection of some of our past community projects
Creative Dance Clubs (2012) weekly, fully inclusive Creative dance classes for children and young people with and without disabilities aged 5-16 yrs funded by BBC Children In Need.
'Sat Arts Hubs' (2011) funded by Staffordshire County Council's Aiming High
IGNITE! (2002) a cross-generation dance project funded by Robbie Williams' Give it Sum! Fund
Moving Together (2011) an older persons weekly dance project from November 2010 to August 2011. Funded by the Staffordshire County Council's Community Wellbeing Fund.
Oak Ward Project (2007) fortnightly dance workshops for residents at Oak Ward. Sessions helped to improve body and mind wellbeing at the same time.