The CV Network

The CV Network 2017-10-26T14:34:42+00:00

The Community Ventures network

At Community Ventures we have had the pleasure of working with many people who deliver outstanding community activities over the years. They have applied their skills and talents to create countless numbers of opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy fantastic experiences in their neighbourhoods.

Our CV Network is a collective of individuals who are have a passion for working in local communities and who have great experience of delivering fun and engaging sessions to meet the needs of communities.

Take a look at the profiles of our CV network to find out more about the wide range of excellent activities Community Ventures is able to bring to your neighbourhoods.

Feral Spaces
Feral SpacesFeral State art project
Feral Spaces is a child centred, artist led placemaking initiative. We work with disadvantaged urban communities to create new narratives re-imagining disused green spaces as sites of creative possibilities, adventure and play.
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C2 National Network of Connected Communities
C2 National Network of Connected Communities
The C2 National Network of Connected Communities is an incorporated charity offering easy access to resident-led learning for low-income communities, engaged in transformative change.
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Kreative Foundations
Kreative Foundations
Kreative Foundations are an alternative education and community development company. Our core focus is to develop behaviour, confidence and community engagement for service users of all ages.
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Alice Thatcher
Alice Thatcher
With clay, communities and wellbeing as her focus, she believes it is extremely important to teach people new social and cultural ideas using creative mediums, and to experience the versatility, beauty and heritage of clay.
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Amelia Bilson Community member & public speaker
The brain child of community group Middleport Matters Amelia has created a powerful social movement. Middleport has become a hive of positive community activities.
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Rachel Fernyhough
Rachel has been working in the community for a few years now and enjoys making a positive contribution in the city, she has a wealth of experience, which she is applying to create these opportunities, she has dreams of one day working full time offering support to young people.
Daniel Lyttleton
Co-founder and director of ‘out of place books’.
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