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Colourful Clifton - A Clifton Ward Project
Colourful Clifton - A Clifton Ward Project
This video documents part of City of York Council's Colourful Clifton project. During 2016 and 17 local schools and volunteers came together alongside the council and charity Urban Buzz to create a beautiful space along Kingsway in Clifton, York. Bulbs and lavender were planted along the length of Kingsway helping to boost the environment for local residents and wildlife alike. Our AbleWeb York team made this short video documenting two of the volunteer days as part of funding they received from York Clifton Ward. A huge thank you to the ward for supporting our AbleWeb project, and to everyone who took part in the day and the making of the film.
We are AbleWeb York
We are AbleWeb York
Our AbleWeb York team members created this short film to explain what they do as part of AbleWeb York, and what difference it's made to them being part of this programme.
An Interview with Ken Dove
An Interview with Ken Dove
On 27th June 2015 AbleWeb had the pleasure of interviewing Ken Dove, who is a parisioner at St Luke's Church on Burton Stone Lane in York. Ken spoke to us about his memories of World War II and York, and the changes he has seen. This interview was conducted as part of St Luke's Green at Heart Event to celebrate their Ecocongregation status.
An Interview with Ann Ventress
An Interview with Ann Ventress
On 27th June 2015 AbleWeb had the pleasure of interviewing Ann Ventress, who is a parisioner at St Luke's Church on Burton Stone Lane in York. Ann spoke to us about her memories of World War II and York, and life during the war. This interview was conducted as part of St Luke's Green at Heart Event to celebrate their Ecocongregation status.
Tang Hall Big Local Launch Party
Tang Hall Big Local Launch Party
On Sept 19 2015 Tang Hall Big Local had its launch party - held at Tang Hall Primary. On a lovely sunny day we came together to celebrate and share the first 2 year plan. The celebrations included - skate park, climbing wall, animation workshop, minecraft, willow weaving, a fire engine, netball, music Tang Hall Smart, drumming from St Aelred's Primary, community stalls, organic ice cream, food from Osbaldwick Deli, York City Knights, Go-get bikes and a truly fantastic cake from Imaginative Icing. A truly wonderful day for the residents of Tang Hall. Facebook Tang Hall Big Local Twitter @TangHBigLocal A big thank you to the AbleWeb team (www.ablewebyork.org), an Accessible Arts & Media programme, who produced the film for us :)
Green at Heart - St Luke's Church Eco Congregation
Green at Heart - St Luke's Church Eco Congregation
On the 27th June 2015 our AbleWeb team spent the day filming at St Luke's Church Green at Heart Event, and made this film documenting the event to help support their next Eco Congregation application. We had a brilliant day, a big thank you to everyone who took part.
Singing and Signing Extravaganza, AAM's Tour De France Celebration - July 2014
Singing and Signing Extravaganza, AAM's Tour De France Celebration - July 2014
Hands & Voices were commissioned by City of York Council to write some new songs, inspired by the Tour de France, as part of the Be Part of It festival. They taught them to our IMPs groups and they all came together in a Singing & Signing Extravaganza in a slightly soggy Rowntree Park, followed by a performance of 509 Arts' brilliant show, Bike Story. Our IMPs accessible music making groups also created two interactive sound installations. As well as the live performances and sound installations, a beautiful installation created for the Life Cycles – Recycled project was installed in Rowntree Park.
I'm Inclusive Festival Showcase - March 2014
I'm Inclusive Festival Showcase - March 2014
A film that documents the ‘I'm Inclusive festival’ held at the Ron Cooke Hub on Sat 1st March 2014. This festival celebrated and showcased best practice in inclusive music projects working with children and young people in challenging circumstances across the region. The event was devised and hosted by Accessible Arts & Media in partnership with NYMAZ.
Inclusion - An interview with Cllr. Sonja Crisp
Inclusion - An interview with Cllr. Sonja Crisp
As part of our look into what inclusion means to us, we had the pleasure of interviewing Cllr. Sonja Crisp in her role as opposition spokesperson for Leisure, Culture and Social Inclusion as part of City of York Council. We asked her about what inclusion means to her, and how the council strive to make it part of the work they do.
DIG IN 2013 - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
DIG IN 2013 - Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Dig in Video produced for Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. This exciting 3 year project started in November 2011 and ran until October 2014. Through Dig In, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust provided positive outdoor activities for children, young people, individuals and families. This is a film made at a garden project at the Clifton Backies.
Canon Lee School Mural - July 2013
Canon Lee School Mural - July 2013
Some members of the Ableweb group had a fantastic morning at Canon Lee School finding out about the mural that they were painting all about their history. Community Artist, Brit Swain was leading the project that brought children and staff from Canon Lee and members of the local community to do something positive in Clifton.
Tanghall Big Local Summer Sensation July 2013
Tanghall Big Local Summer Sensation July 2013
Tang Hall has been awarded £1 million by The Big Local Lottery Fund and local people were invited to Burnholme Community College Sat 27th July to find out all about it and to give their views on how the money is spent over 10 years in order to develop the local community and make Tang Hall an event better place to live. Patrick, Katie and John from the Ableweb Radio group went along to find out more.
Music & Inclusivity Conference York St John University - November 2011
Music & Inclusivity Conference York St John University - November 2011
A video filmed by members of the AbleWeb Radio Group at the Music and Inclusivity Conference at York St John University in November 2011. The event was jointly organised by the Faculty of Arts, Musicleader Yorkshire and Accessible Arts & Media. It brought together students, industry professionals, arts organisations and advocacy groups to experience practical work, to discuss, network and share ideas around the theme of ‘Music and Inclusivity’.

 

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