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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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.
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.…
HOME Slough is seeking to recruit up to 5 storytellers as part of our Once Upon A Time In Slough programme strand.
Our first film for Creative People and Places’ series of micro-stories.
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!
Our Community Programming Board (CPB) met on Wednesday 3 November to continue thinking on our Once Upon A Time In Slough strand of work.