We’ve created a short video with an update about Well Newcastle Gateshead’s latest work. Check it out!
Skimstone Arts have successfully delivered their Reaching Out Byker project in partnership with St Michaels Cafe and support from the Well Newcastle Gateshead Arts Fund.
In the video below, project staff and artists reflect on the project’s impact on participants and the wider community, and the Cafe of Dreams celebration event held in February.
Well Newcastle Gateshead begin the Festive season with some exciting developments and projects in each of the target communities!
Please read the latest newsletter below and as always, do let us know your comments and suggestions!
Well Newcastle Gateshead’s next Community Conversation will take place at Byker Community Centre on 18 November 2019 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm.
Come along to discuss ideas for projects you’d like to see in the area and learn more about the Well Newcastle Gateshead Arts Fund.
We hope to see you there!
We recently attended Skimstone Arts Menu’s of Life event at St Michael’s Cafe in Byker. In this video, participants talk about the Reaching Out Byker project and the Menu’s of Life event. Fantastic work! Thank you to Skimstone Arts for submitting this video.
Friends Action North East, supported by the Well Newcastle Gateshead Arts Fund, are looking for Volunteer Support Workers for their Make Friends, Make Art project. Please see more details below.
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We now have a YouTube channel with videos featuring Well Newcastle Gateshead’s great work in local communities. Please subscribe to our channel Blue Stone Consortium to follow our latest work!
In our first video, we canvass residents in Byker town centre about initiatives they would like to see in the area.