. . . for younger residents
Don’t forget the “What’s on” page
What’s on for young and old, notices, competitions, local history & more.
For example the Millfields Park Family Festival & Sports Day on Sat 14th JULY 2012
We have had a lot of interest so far and places are limited so please book your place asap to prevent disappointment!We will require the following info:Name of ChildAge and D.O.BContact tel no.2 nd emergency contact no.Parent/Carer Names and addressDays required for ARTBASH campWe do require fees to be paid up front to secure a place.ARTBASH payment details on receipt of your booking request.The Artbash Team.
WORLDwrite, with its online news channel WORLDbytes
WORLDwrite is an education charity committed to global equality.
Our slogan Ferraris for all means demanding the best for everyone.
WORLDbytes reports and programmes are filmed by numerous young volunteers
and feature hard truths and hidden tales.
Learn how to make TV with something to say
Citizen TV New volunteer-learner package for 2012
Fancy making an impact while learning?
Then a volunteer-learner place with WORLDbytes the school of Citizen TV could be right for you.
Our volunteer-learner package involves part-time training ‘on the job’ and includes some weekend days and evenings. Taking place over a six week period it revolves around a cycle of new programmes and results in up to six reports being broadcast and promoted online across the web.
From film making skills to administrative essentials to digital marketing- there’s a chance to have a real go at all that high impact programme making involves.
For 2012 it will also involve an opportunity for some volunteers to attend sessions with top professionals at Bloomberg TV.
We don’t need CV’s or people with experience but an interest is social issues is a must as our Citizen TV channel prioritises content over style.
We welcome new arrivals to the UK too.
Make sure you watch our latest programmes on WORLDbytes, read all about us
and apply online here:
201 Millfields Road
London E5 0AL
Tel 020 8985 5435
A UN DPI accredited NGO, DfES registered NVYO and UK registered Charity No. 1060869
Rathbone Training on behalf of V-Inspired 24/24 is currently recruiting young people (16-18 years) for the volunteering qualification NOCN Level 2 Award in Progression (Level 1 is also available).
The course runs for 12 weeks from March until early June 2012, but learners are already placed into work experience from February onwards by our partners below.
Rathbone will be delivering the course modules: Learning from Volunteering, Understanding Active Citizenship, Work Experience, and Building a Personal Portfolio.
Click on the posters below to see them full size – close to A3
LInk to pdf:
All sorts of activities, workshops and events.
See what’s on right now at:
Phone: 020 7686 8812
Open weekly community sessions for young people aged 6-21
held in venues across Hackney, Islington & Haringey such as…
Wray Crescent Open Space
Sobell Leisure Centre
B6 Sixth Form College
Islington Arts & Media School
Highbury Grove School
Mayville Estate Red Pitch
Mildmay Community Hall
Kerridge Court Estate
Stamford Hill Estate
Guinness Trust Estate
Hindle House Estate
Shacklewell & Somerford Grove Estate
Rowley Gardens Pitch
Rose Bowl Youth Club
Six Acres Estate
Mitcheson & Baxter Pitch
Hornsey Rise & Manchester Gardens Estate
Phone 020 7249 3394
Find out more at:
Free Form is unique in providing the full range of arts and creative services for the built environment to place art at the heart of urban regeneration.
274 Richmond Road London Fields E8 3QW
Tel: 020 7249 3394 Fax: 020 7249 8499
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…has great FREE kids & family events & workshops.
‘Inspiring people to make better places’
A unique organisation that helps people discover the secrets of their local area.
then live by these values
- Tolerance – this does not mean accept intolerant action by others but does mean tolerating intolerant beliefs and beliefs contrary to your own others hold as true.
- Consideration – for your fellow man “Do as you would be done by”.
- Fairness – equity & impartiality before the law and in everyday dealings with others.
- Moderation – in all things.
- Honesty – and integrity.
- Cleanliness – both personal and environmental (no spitting or littering)
- Civic Responsibility – volunteering a minimum of time to help your community.
- Charity – towards others in thought & action “there, by the grace of God go I” is one to keep in mind.
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Hackney Museum link:
Exhibitions and events
Technology and Learning Centre
1 Reading Lane
Tues, Weds, Fri: 9.30am – 5.30pm. Thur: 9.30am – 8pm, Sat: 10am – 5pm. Closed: Sun, Mon and Bank Holidays.
Ph: 020 8356 3500
Fax: 020 8356 2563
NOTE: If you see “FILE NOT FOUND” 404 error in the Site Preview window don’t worry, it’s just the Hackney Homes firewall – none of their sites show up.
All Hackney Homes website links will take you to the right page.
1. Help promote The Hackney Empire’s Summer Season of productions
Be part of the group handing out leaflets & flyers at chosen events throughout the week and weekends (day & evening). Total 6 hours and you’ve got 2 tickets to the show of your choice which would otherwise cost anything up to £25 each.
(eg 2 hrs at 3 events)
2. Give feedback & ideas about shows and publicity
Join the Tuesday morning group “Elders” (as in wise, not old – you tell them that name’s the first thing to change) open to all ages. Refreshments provided.
You’ll get a free ticket to selected shows.
Email/phone Kate for more details
from the Hackney council website:
Hackney City Farm
Tuesday – Sunday, 10am-4.30pm. All year. Hackney City Farm offers an opportunity for children and adults to get up close to a range of farmyard animals in the heart of the city. Events and activities held throughout the year. Cafe on site.
1a Goldsmiths Row E2 8QA.
Phone: 020 7729 6381,
Baby and Toddler Dance
Parent and baby creative dance for babies (3 mths to crawling) with a parent/carer.
Thurs 2.15-3pm. Drop in, £5.
Parent and Toddler Creative Dance for 2-4 yr olds with a parent/carer, booking essential.
Six week block £33/£27 siblings, Thurs 11am-12pm and 3.15-4.15pm.
Wear loose, comfortable clothes.
Newington Dance Space, Ground Floor
Unit 4, 231 Stoke Newington Church St, N16.
Contact: Louise Klarnett.
Info phone: 07884 104681,
Kingsmead Community Sports Club
Saturdays Football sessions for beginners to club players – 11am to 1pm
Sessions run by UEFA B coaches and school employed coaches.
Fitness, drills and small sided games. £2 per session.
Age group: 7yrs-13yrs old.
Mabley Green, Marsh Hill, Hackney, E9 5QB.
Contact: Keith Clarke on 07904 84 99 40.
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This is a new programme at SkyWay @ the Blue Hut, looking towards the future of media technology.
Experienced professionals will support young people aged 16 -24 years to produce and showcase sounds, film and photographic ideas to a high, professional standard.
Opportunites will be available to gain work experience in the media industry.
Time & Date: Every Wednesday, 6.00pm – 9.00pm (14 – 25 years).
Location: The Blue Hut, 49 Provost Street, London, N1 7NZ
If you are interested in taking part email email@example.com
and leave your name and contact number
or call 020 7729 6970.
222 Kingsland Road
London E2 8DG
Tel: 020 7729 6970
Fax: 020 7729 9588
Rich Mixis taking part in A Night Less Ordinary, a scheme run by Arts Council England and the Metro newspaper to offer people under the age of 26 free tickets at theatre shows nationwide.
Tickets are first come, first serve, call the Rich Mix Box Office on
020 7613 7498
or the link above to find out what shows are on now.
For more information about the above RICHMIX scheme, & a lot more visit
“A Night Less Ordinary”
(see “How to get Free tickets” above)
THE HACKNEY EMPIRE THEATRE
A Night less ordinary…
(for the under 26)
What shows can you see?
If it’s on their website or in their brochure then you can get a free ticket! But book early as tickets are subject to availability.
To find out what’s on click on this link:
BOOK NOW to get your FREE TICKETS
for the November shows
How do you get your free tickets?
You can book your free ticket at the box office in person or over the phone on 020 8985 2424 (free tickets not available online).
Tickets are offered on a first-come, first-served basis for all shows and are subject to availability. Only one free ticket per person per show but you can book free tickets for up to five friends (all of whom must be under 26 and each ticket holder must fill in a voucher and bring photographic ID.
When you collect your tickets on the night, you must provide photographic ID; driving licence, a valid passport, a PASS-approved card, a 16-25 Railcard etc. NUS cards will not be accepted as proof of age. Tickets cannot be transferred to someone else and will only be issued to the person who booked (on production of ID).
The Youth Parliament & Young People empowerment site:
lists all Hackney’s Youth Clubs, Leisure centers, Play schemes, Sporting activities as well as Libraries, Arts & Crafts and Music.
Link to the Sport activities page:
The Mayor’s website for young Londoners and teens has activities from getting involved in politics to shopping to music – events in and around London,
From the site:
The BIG DRAW is every 1st – 31st of October
There’s also year round drawing courses and classes as well as lots of on-line resources.
Check it out!
From the Campaign for Drawing website:
The Big Draw – 1st to 31st October 2010
The Big Draw is an annual, month-long season of drawing activities running from 1-31 October. Event organisers use drawing, painting and a multitude of other media to connect visitors with museum and gallery collections, urban and rural spaces – and the wider community – in new and enjoyable ways. Big Draws can be weird, wild or wonderful, but they all have one thing in common: they aim to get everyone drawing!
During October 2009, over 1300 Big Draws took place across the UK and internationally. From Budapest to Bristol and Melbourne to Margate people of all ages came together in galleries, museums, art clubs, heritage sites, parks, libraries, shopping centres and schools to participate in exciting drawing activities.
In the meantime, find out what happened in 2009 by visiting the Big Draw Flickr Group where you can view images from their Launch, Drawing on Life, at the Wellcome Collection and University College London; Transports of Delight: The Big Draw at St Pancras, The Big Picture Party at the British Library and many other Big Draw events across the UK and abroad.
Flickr group for “The Big Draw”
Online drawing workshops
Shy Drawing, Loud Drawing
To coincide with the Big Draw 2007 AccessArt launched “Shy Drawing, Loud Drawing – 12 ways to trigger a drawing”
The online workshop includes:
– drawing exercises;
– drawing games;
– making a drawing inspired by music;
– materials to match inspiration;
– drawing speed, silence and loudness;
– three-dimensional drawing;
– drawing from your wrist, elbow, shoulder, knee…
– making bundles of drawing materials;
– making drawings which argue with each other!
for lots more drawing online stuff.