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Cat Edwards

Back Her Business – Free Event

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Back Her Business – Free Event  6pm-8pm – July 16, Ocean Studios, Royal William Yard, Plymouth, PL1 3RP Women with great ideas in Plymouth & Devon are invited to make their idea happen with up to £5,000 of funding at a free Back Her Business event. Crowdfunder is to launch Back Her Business with a free hands-on event in Plymouth,…

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Transcending Prison Walls

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It’s not often that an exhibition fits so perfectly with our space in the Cells at Devonport Guildhall. Anna Goodchild’s final photography degree project, One Year: Transcending Prison Walls, opened on Monday 1st of July and is a poignant look at prison life examined via letters received from a friend & local preacher during his one-year incarceration in 2016 for…

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Soul Food Kitchen

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Overview The Challenge How to create a sense of belonging and help feed Newquay's homeless community. Helping Cornwall's homeless community investment & budget management Location: Newquay, Cornwall Date: 2013 -...
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Our Engine Room Journey

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Over the last 10 or so years, where at the Real Ideas Organisation have a developed a track record of getting involved with and delivering projects with an emphasis on helping develop businesses of all sizes with values at the heart of what they do. Our most recent foray into this arena west of the Tamar was the Engine Room;…

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iMayflower Gets £3.5million From Cultural Development Fund To Improve Plymouth’s Arts And Cultural Industries

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An ambitious project to build Plymouth’s creative industries and nurture creative people power for Mayflower400 and beyond has been awarded a massive £3.5 million from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. An additional £750,000 has been awarded to Mayflower400 and £2.75 million for exciting new creative sector initiatives that could see over 4,000 people offered training, business support…

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