Community TV Trust, in schools and PRUs and workshops for the disabled and marginalised, offers media training & filmmaking, engaging people and young people in open-ended creative work, linking Community to Education. A regular partner group and client is Cavendish School, a special needs school in Southwark, south London, for 11-16 year olds referred from … Continue reading “Back at Cavendish”
“An open-minded, fun and accessible community ‘TV’ service, run as a forum for debate, the supply of information and promotion of local initiatives, talent and needs, has a vital role to play in multi-cultural, multi-faith C21st century Britain. Digital/cable TV and new media will be playing their part in urban regeneration and social cohesion.” Community … Continue reading “Southwark.TV Report available for download”
Community TV Trust recently completed a new promotional film for Bede House to assist with their massive fundraising programme for the new centre they are having built.
Community TV Trust has won funding from The Peckham Settlement to run a project on knife crime in early 2019. CTVT will hold a series of Discussion Forums – starting at Surrey Square Primary School in January to hear young people aged around ten or eleven; moving to Bermondsey’s Bede Youth Adventure Project in early … Continue reading “Knife Crime Discussion Forums”
CTVT won funding from The Peckham Settlement for a knife crime project that focuses on discussion forums for young people and a documentary film to be taken into schools. The discussion forums will be attended by 30+ students who will be listened to by a ‘panel’ of 12 or more professionals from across Government, Police, … Continue reading “2018 Autumn Update”
Bede House, with funding support from The Peckham Settlement, have been running a series of workshops in Peckham on domestic violence. Here is a short film about the work they are doing:
Chris Hogg is witty, musical and pro-active. He lives in Cheam and travels to Leatherhead to attend workshops with Freewheelers Theatre & Media Company. Or at least that’s the idea. In reality, staff at Cheam disappear at midday leaving no-one to manage Chris’s travel. He uses a power wheelchair and without staff is left stranded. … Continue reading “”
Chris Haydon’s two-act play “AMANDLA!” about the life of Nelson Mandela has been funded for another large performance next year. It falls on the centenary of Mandela’s birth and the performance will be at the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill on 18th July 2018. Rehearsals begin in January when the one-act touring production will still be … Continue reading “ACE funding for Mandela play means 2018 project flies”