Night Owl digital craft sessions

During Covid we have been providing a befriending service and identified carers who have been feeling lonely, isolated and have been struggling with their mental health and wellbeing. Over the past few months we have delivered craft sessions digitally and enjoyed quality social time and sharing ideas in partnership with Staffordshire Together for Carers.

Portland Inn Project Shortlisted for RIBA MacEwen Award 2019

Fantastic news as The Portland Inn project is shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects MacEwan award. Their amazing 'Raise the Roof' project which took place on the Century Street Green Space last summer, with the objective being to reclaim the space following many months of ASB in the area by delivering many activities

Community Ventures in the City Centre

Community Ventures in partnership with Stoke on Trent City Council and partner organisations are working together to tackle City centre issues via a multi agency asset based approach. Our role is to support City centre residents businesses and community groups to identify assets and enable action. To deliver local projects and long-term sustainable interventions and

Tackling Loneliness in Stoke on Trent

Community Ventures are working in partnership with Stoke on Trent City Council with the aim of reducing loneliness and isolation throughout the City. Loneliness affects our health and quality of life; it also impacts on the wider economy, the NHS and social care. A pilot scheme covering the Longton East area will focus on reaching

Community Ventures & The Carers Hub

Community Ventures delivered 13 social activity sessions in the North of the city using the Fegg Hayes Hub, these sessions included colour therapy, crafting, meditation, 1st Aid, cook and eat, sharing skills, music, quiz’s and advisory talks from local organisations. These sessions were facilitated and delivered by Community Ventures and some of our partners.  

Walking in Peace Together

Walking in Peace Together It was a great turn out on Sunday 24th July, 2017, from the community.  We were united and walked in peace through Hanley Park to celebrate our common humanity in all its diversity through troubled times fort the Walking in Peace Together event. New friendships were made

Community engagement training

Community engagement training On July 19th we held our community engagement training for local groups at Longton Community Church. Residents from groups in Fegg Hayes, Shelton, Fenton, Goms Mill and Moss Green took part in the event. It was a great opportunity for the groups to share ideas, stories and to connect. Everybody

Fleetwood/Stoke-on-Trent knowledge exchange visit Tuesday 28th March 2017

‘Health creation is the enhancement of health & well-being that occurs when individuals & communities achieve a sense of purpose, hope, mastery & control over their own lives & immediate environment.’ As co-founder of C2, I wrote this definition of health creation early last year when I couldn’t find a suitable quote on the Internet for

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