About the Re-Creations Project

I started the Re-Creations Project in 2011 with a group of volunteers, hoping to help people with learning disabilities do creative work  with a positive impact on the environment.  We recieved a Level 1 Millennium Award from Un Ltd, which helped us get started with tools and materials for the group.  Since that time we’ve delivered over 200 workshops and parties for people of all ages, from tiny tots to senior citizens groups.  We aim to make our work accessible for people of varying abilities, including people with learning disabilities, sensory impairments, dyspraxia, and physical disabilities.

In addition to our privately booked parties and workshops, you can also find us at Rainbow Festivals events throughout the year.

Many of the products that we create in our workshop are available in our Etsy shop (and can be ordered via facebook).  Likewise, if you see an item in our shop and want to learn how to make it– get in touch and we can arrange a group workshop or one-to-one session for you.

 

22 thoughts on “About the Re-Creations Project

  1. I love your concept – its great how you are engaging with the community and spreading awareness… This is exactly what I am aiming to do in my project, but ofcourse, in our part of the world! Great work and wish you the best of luck!!

  2. Your cause is absolutely beautiful. I hope that this project continues to grow towards awareness and success!

    Much love,
    Evie

  3. Hi there….. thank you for popping by, what a wonderful initiative you have going. And in my original home county in the UK too!!! I look forward to hearing more about your projects and success and the fun you seem to be having along the way which is great. Go Girls!

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