Are you over 15 and would like to attend a project, which will begin on 19th April?
If the answer is yes, please contact us on 07464971428 for more information.
Sessions will take place on a Monday evening from 6 – 8.30pm. Hot food will be provided along with lots of discussions, activities and most importantly, what you want from the project! We are here to listen to you.
We have 3 very experienced and skilled facilitators who will deliver this project and work with our young people. We also have a local resident who will support these sessions.
We are looking for female youth worker to support a 12 week project which will start after lockdown.
You will be part of an amazing team who have excellent experience and skills. You will be supporting the facilitators with the delivery of a youth programme that aims to engage and empower young people. These sessions will be every Monday from 6 – 8.30pm.
This will be a 12 week programme with the view to extend further. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or call 07464971428.
PLEASE NOTE THIS KIND OFFER FROM THE SPACE WILL CONTINUE DURING LOCKDOWN.
The Space Community Project are offering our residents a home cooked meal, once a week on Wednesdays.
FREE meal for the vulnerable or families in need of support…
Don’t forget to contact us via email email@example.com or call us on 07464971428, so we can reserve your FREE Indian vegetable curry each Wednesday!
We are so grateful to The Space Community Project for offering our residents a home cooked meal. We will only have a limited number being delivered, so these will be offered on a first come first serve basis, to those who pre book with us.
Take care everyone during lockdown and we look forward to seeing you all again soon.
Summer is here and the lock down is being wound down.
So it’s time to unleash your creativity and celebrate with a burst of positivity.
Art Positivity is a competition that the Worlds End and Lots Road Big Local is hosting for local kids from ages 5 to 16?
We are hoping to run this every year when Summer comes around.
The theme for this year is Things that make us feel happy.
Just think of the local spaces or people that matter to you. Think about why you love them, why they inspire you, and how they could be celebrated with art.
Entering is easy.
All you have to do is create a piece of art using paint, crayons, sharpies, chalk, ink, collages, tissue prints, stencils, paper weaving, or whatever…
Once your artwork is complete, you can either drop it into the hub (Unit 8, Worlds End Place, Worlds End Estate, London, SW10 0HE), through the letterbox in an envelope, or you could take a picture and email it firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries must include your name, address & age on the back of the drawing, or in the email.