projects

Our Community Matters

 

Playscheme

Childrens Holiday Playscheme


Where: Stride HQ

When: Every School Holiday (excluding Christmas)


Running since 2017, the Playscheme programme provides an ongoing range of inclusive school holiday activities suitable for young people across the district.



2019

The Museum of the Moon


Where: The Moon, Market Hall, Wakefield

When: 29th August 2019


Working in collaboration with CoActive, funded by Wakefield Council, this exciting opportunity for groups accross the district to create and perform at the Theatre of the Moon event.


Tackling Lung Health


Where: The Old Quarry Adventure Playground

When: Ongoing starting July 2019


Working with a group of young people from the ADDY in Knottingley, and funded by Nova, this project gives the young people an opportunity to create a live performance, an advert, and write and record a song focussing on lung health.


Experiencing Wakefield Films


Where: National Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield Museum, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and The Hepworth Gallery.

When: 29th August 2019


In collaboration with Evoke Media and funded by Culture Cures, using a variety of young people from accross the city, they have experienced and created films based on their thoughts and feelings of a variety of locations across Wakefield, these include; the Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield Museum, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and the Hepworth Gallery.


Hall Green Youth Project


Where: Hall Green Community Centre

When: Ongoing for 2 Years starting July 2019


Using a variety of young people from accross the city, they have experienced and created films based on their thoughts and feelings of a variety of locations across Wakefield, these include; the Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield Museum, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and the Hepworth Gallery.


Continuing with the Young People of Lupset & Eastmoor


Where: St. Swithens Community Centre / St. Georges Lupset / The Art House / The Art Walk / National Coal Mining Museum / Wakefield One

When: Summer 2019


Continuing our work with the young people of Lupset and Eastmoor, and funded by Culture Cures, we've had a jam-packed summer of amazing events, including performing at The Youth Festival, National Coal Mining Museum.


Wakefield City perFORMING communities


Where: Centre for Creativity

When: 22nd June 2019


Funded by Culture Cures and working in collaboration with Theatre Royal Wakefield, we worked with four diverse groups across the city, exploring eachothers stories, culminating in a performance of these shared stories in June at the Centre of Creativity.

Watch the video!


Eastmoor Celebration


Where: St. Swithens Community Centre

When: 15th June 2019


Funded by Culture Cures we worked with the young people of Eastmoor supported by the young people of Lupset, to create a festival celebrating their community in June. This event was based on local stories and had varying activities and performances for all ages.


Long Division Festival


Where: Wakefield City Centre

When: 31st May 2019


Young people of Lupset and Eastmoor performed in the main marquee at the Long Division Festival 2019. This was an amazing opportunitiy for our young members.


Bridging Communities


Where: St. Georges & St. Swithens

When: 16th - 17th April 2019


This two day event allows the young people of Eastmoor & Lupset to explore eachothers communities, the young people have organised the jam packed two days featuring treasure hunts, a choir, art, and drama.


All About Lupset Film


Where: St. Georges & Lupset

When: 21st February 2019


Premiering on 3rd April 2019, this short film is the second project created from "Luppo Events" a brand devised by the young people of Lupset.



2018

Christmas Fair

Luppo Events organised the St. Georges Christmas Fair, funded by Culture Cures, activities included Santa, Messy Church, Disco, Stalls. Raising money for Wakefield Food Bank.


Leeds Beckett University Aspiration Trip

Funded by Culture Cures, we took a group of young people based on Lupset, we spent some time considering our aspirations, which lead us to meeting a selection of inspiring lecturers who told us about their life and career journey.


Lupfest

A festival funded by Culture Cures, celebrating the community and their stories. The young people created performances that highlighted the life and love of Lupset.


School Readiness

A Culture Cures project targeted at pre-school children in Airedale supporting and encouraging the development of literacy and school readiness. This project was a colaboration with the Hepworth Wakefield and Theatre Royal Wakefield.


My Personal Space

Working with past and present students of Camphill Wakefield we devised a piece of theatre aimed at expressing how individuals feel with regards to personal space and the way they are viewed by others. This piece toured to several venues including Schools and Community Centres, as well as the Hepworth Wakefield.



2017

Stride Film Club

A project where adults with learning disabilities created a documentary about Wakefield, they also created a music video based at the Hepworth