Wyldwood Arts Community Interest Company provides high quality, professional arts engagement activities to areas of the community most in need, to those who have barriers to engagement or to those who would not otherwise participate in the creative arts without the support of outreach services. These include older people, therapeutic arts for those with special educational needs, and children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. We deliver workshops, educational programmes and performances in areas of the community that benefit most from creative arts participation including:
• Children and young people, from early years 0 -3 up to 25 years and their families
• Older people – those aged 65 years plus and their families
• People with additional social & emotional needs and their families
• Those living in rural areas, or in isolated communities, encouraging and promoting access to the arts
We work in collaboration to deliver high quality provision using resources wisely, without duplication. By working in partnership we aim to make projects sustainable with a broader reach to people who most need support. We raise funds to deliver our charitable aims through consultancy and commissioned work and through applications to grant giving bodies.
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