Ballet Theatre Project
Stefano Rogliatti came to work for Charnwood Arts through the Leonardo European
Programme, a scheme which creates opportunities for young people to move across
Europe, learn another language and gain work experience.
Home is a concept that most of us are lucky enough
to be familiar with. This exhibition explores the theme of 'home' from a unique
in the Park
Charnwood Arts has been organising a 'Picnic in the Park' live event in Queen's
Park for over twenty years.
The 15th South Croxton Arts Festival
Living up to its reputation of being a unique village
event, the year 2000 South Croxton Arts Festival put a variety of high quality
visual and performing arts on show.
Rural and Community touring scheme was set up by Charnwood Borough Council
(working in partnership with Melton Borough Council) in February 1999.
Art teacher Jane Sheffield has long been a masterful inspirer of mask making
at Limehurst School, Loughborough.
Morris at Old John
May 1st 2000. High on a hill stand a lonely morris
team with a keg of beer. Slowly, bleary-eyed, and wishing they were back in
bed, an audience of well-wishers begins to arrive.
Canal Boat Festival
As part of an ongoing campaign to protect the historic Loughborough Wharf
the local newspaper, the Loughborough Echo, initiated the first Loughborough
Canal Boat Festival in the mid-1990s.
In the last big annual event of the Showman's Charter,
Loughborough's famous street fair is one of the largest still running in Britain.
For three days the streets of the town are full of hustle and bustle, smells,
sounds and sights of a major funfair...
The Loughborough Mela is now going from strength
to strength as a key event in the Charnwood calendar.
very sticky experience!
In response to a request from the Parish Council
that each of the Parish groups should "do something" to mark the
Millennium, the Children's Liturgy Group (after a great many meetings!) decided
that we would create a collage covering various aspects of Jesus' life.
Martial Arts Day
Like the first in 1999, the second Disability Martial
Arts Day organised by the Loughborough based Tetsudo Association was a huge
January 2001 saw the first national remembrance of
the wartime Holocaust and many other acts of mass genocide, enshrined in what
is to become an annual commemorative day.
The Youth Arts Festival
Took place at Lougborough Town Hall in early April
2000. It was a key element of the People Making Places project, and was
made possible through partnerships between Charnwood Arts and a wide range
of local organisations.
Building on the success of a commisioned event (undertaken by Charnwood Arts)
to open the newly pedestrianised Market Place for Loughborough in 1996,'Streets
Alive' has become Loughborough's biggest street event after the annual fair.
Loughborough Market Place
Mountsorrel Millennium Event
Birstall Millenium Event
Beacon HillSunset on Beacon Hill