Launching our new project this Saturday at Cantley Carnival 11-4 in Cantley Park DN4 6HR

The organisation will use the funding to deliver craft and sewing activities, and healthy walking and running sessions, for local residents. This will provide local activities in a rurally isolated area to improve the confidence and self esteem of beneficiaries.

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Dates of Workshops.

Hello all.

We are having a two week break, but will be back in March for the last three lots of workshops.

It has been a great project and we hope to bring you more in the future.

Get these dates in your diaries –

Free drop in creative workshops, 12-3pm at Doncaster Collage East, Church Road, Stainforth, Doncaster, DN7 5AA.

Thurs 6th March

Thurs 13th March

Thurs 20th March

See you there!

Come along & join in!

Our Stainforth project starts on Thursday 19th & Friday 20th of September all day with taster sessions in sewing & textile crafts. If you are a community group with a venue & would like to host us please get in touch. It wont cost you anything!
Doncaster College East were the first to offer help & Ash Hill Academy have already agreed to offer us space as many of their students come from Stainforth’s feeder schools.,
We also hope to work with The Children’s Centre, The Family Centre, the Youth Centre, Nurseries, Primary Schools, Doncaster East Development Trust etc.

What we do…

We offer a range of learning activities which will be non academic, this will involve crafts and activities were people can make, alter or create things. This will be designed to help people save money by making or altering clothes, making furnishings & items for the home & garden, planning healthy nutritious meals.  The focus of the activities will also not only be about making things and being creative, it will be designed to give people confidence and self esteem.

Hello, from Artfelt Social Enterprize!

Big Lottery finally announce our Awards For All funding!

‘This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Doncaster. The organisation will use the funding to provide non academic learning activities including clothes making, crafts and healthy eating on a budget to disadvantaged members of the community. This will enable beneficiaries to have increased aspirations and skills helping to improve confidence and self esteem. Sessional tutors, sewing machines, materials and publicity.
Location of grant:Yorkshire and the Humber, England
Initiative:Awards for All
Programme:Awards for All: England
Amount awarded:£9,900