During 2021-22, we were able to get many of our projects and activities up and running again, returning to in-person and face-to-face delivery in many cases. We continued with Zoom delivery where restrictions or Covid-safety made this the most suitable method of engagement. We also continued to develop and distribute creativity packs which had proven such a successful way of supporting families with creative activities and arts materials during lockdowns.
Our work has continued to focus on creative community engagement, bringing people together and using creativity and artistic methods to support people in their own neighbourhoods and communities. We aim to work with people who may otherwise miss out on opportunities to develop their creativity.
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