CTVT has worked with schools, PRUs, local authorities, community groups, companies and corporations, with mental health, disability, ex-offenders and the marginalised. Southwark Council Safer Southwark Partnership Dragon Cafe / Mental Fight Club Sustrans University...
Chris Haydon, who founded CTVT, has written a history of the project from its initial germ of an idea all the way through the rise of the Internet, OFCOM, local TV and much more.
The CTVT Board is considering a three-year project for the period Autumn 2016 to Spring 2019. We have been reflecting on our recent activities in mental health service users, special needs education for 11-16...
We are moving towards the final phase of our 2015 project with the Cavendish School in Bermondsey. To date we have finished our work funded by the Bermondsey Square Community Fund, have shot and...
CTVT raised funds in early 2014 for a filmmaking project at Southwark’s special Cavendish School which works with young people from all over London.
CTVT can announce it has won a grant from Awards For All to run a second, larger project with Cavendish School in Southwark, south London.
We wish to acknowledge the passing of Tony Lynes aged 85, Southwark resident and stalwart of the community, who died today after being hit by a car on Herne Hill.
We would like to ask our supporters to sign up at givingabit.com because when you shop online this way, Community TV Trust’s aims to support vulnerable and marginalised people are brought a little nearer.
This week sees the launching of “STARRED UP”, a feature film addressing violent prisoners and their possible treatment.
The Travellers heritage DVD commissioned by Southwark Council was launched at Tate Modern in June 2011 in the presence of the Mayor of Southwark; films inspired by Yinka Shonibare’s Fourth Plinth ‘Ship In A...
Community TV Trust is now an organisational member of CMFE and is participating in their first conference being held in Cyprus. A plenary session on Day One featured a panel on community media and...