Latest news from Home Slough

Slough to receive £750,000 to help put creativity at the heart of local communities

Arts Council England has announced that HOME Slough will receive £750,000 as part of further investment in Creative People and Places.

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Sheroes blog posts are now available

Read to know more about the featured sheroes

Posted in: Slough Black History
The LOVE Slough Sandbox – Review

The LOVE Slough Sandbox was held on Saturday 13 November in the Queensmere Observatory Shopping Centre to develop exciting ideas for our LOVE Slough strand.

Posted in: General, LOVE Slough, Opportunities
The final episode of BLAPOW! is ready for you to get stuck into

Continuing with the final part of the commissioned project, NuDawn interviewed Rebecca Richardson – a lady who is big on encouraging the youth to get involved in the community spirit.…

Posted in: Slough Black History
The next and the last Community Programming Board in 2021 will be on 7 Dec (Tue) at 18:00 on Zoom.
Posted in: Community Engagement, Opportunities
HOME Slough Storytellers Call Out – CAMPFIRES

HOME Slough is seeking to recruit up to 5 storytellers as part of our Once Upon A Time In Slough programme strand.

Posted in: Once Upon A Time..., Opportunities
Regional Art: A 60 Second Story from HOME Slough

Our first film for Creative People and Places’ series of micro-stories.

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Hear BLAPOW! Episode Three

In this episode, NuDawn talks to Portia Walker, a woman who made her mark in the footballing world before she hit double digits and DJs to packed crowds – and she’s still only 22!

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Our Community Programming Board (CPB) met on Wednesday 3 November to continue thinking on our Once Upon A Time In Slough strand of work.

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CLIMATE CHANGE performance review

The CLIMATE CHANGE performance, presented by The Dionysus Ensemble in partnership with HOME Slough took place on Saturday 6 November.

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