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What's going on in our community

  • Hi everyone, My role at HLF focuses on the First World War Centenary and I’m particularly keen to see young people taking part in Centenary projects. It’s been great to see so many Young Roots projects exploring the First World War - it seems to be a topic that’s capturing young people’s... read more

    Anna Jarvis's picture
    Posted 2 months 2 weeks ago
  • It seems in USA outdoor chess is very popular. Does anyone know of any green spaces in the UK where there are facilities for playing outdoor chess, either as permanent chess boards e.g. incorporated into a table or giant chess?read more

    Community User's picture
    Posted 4 months 3 weeks ago
  • Hi all Are there any LPSs out there with experience of putting up public artworks? At the Heart of Teesdale we are looking into it but there are some issues we need to address, such as: who owns the artworks once installed? who insures them? The excess on Durham County Council's (our host)... read more

    Alexandra Sijpesteijn's picture
    Posted 2 months 3 weeks ago
  • Skills for the Future evaluation is crucial to the sector’s development. By evaluation we mean ‘a process of thinking back, in a structured way, on what has worked and why, as your project progresses and reaches completion.’ All too often it’s left until the end of the project, but good evaluation... read more

    Nick Randell's picture
    Posted 8 months 5 days ago
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