Entries by Lianne Buttrey

Active Arts and Friends present Get Started!

It’s back! After two years of cancelled live performances, Active Arts and Friends are excited to once again to be gracing the stage of the De La Warr Pavillion to bring you their latest production, Get Started!It promises to be an exciting evening of comedy, dance, musical theatre and drama and we want YOU to be there! Get your tickets here!

Jubilee Street Party

You are invited to join us for a street party to celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. Frimley will host a street party with traditional afternoon tea, games, sing-a-long and even a royal themed photo booth! Tickets are £7 and available from the office. Please note, there are limited tickets available for this event, so please hurry and book yours today!

Yarn Bombers & Punk Band join forces to support Active Arts (VIDEO)

Local Yarnbomb group, Nanarchists and punk band Never Not Nothing have joined forces to support Active Arts. Never Not Nothing have devised an ‘Art Ritual’, connecting artists and the community to raise funds and profiles. The bands logo has been reimagined by local yarn bombers, the Nanarchists to create some beautiful individual pieces with proceeds going to Active Arts! for more information on the band and to see their merchandise (including collaborative pieces) please visit the bands official page here

Makaton Training Success!

Congratulations to our first group of staff who have passed their Makaton Level 1 & 2 training with our in house tutor, Wendy Russell. If you would take part in any future training, please complete the enquiry form here.

Building News

It’s been a long time since we’ve had any significant news regarding Building Frimley’s Bigger Future. After some 18 months since the launch of this idea, much to-ing and fro-ing we can now confirm with excitement that we now have planning permission for our new building! We are all happy and relieved that this process has come to an end, it has been fraught with problems and there have been some bumps along the way. Due to objections we have had to make some minor amendments to the final plans, but our architect, Casper, has ensured that we will not be compromising on precious workspace. So this means we can now finally move on to the next big stage…Fundraising! We have decided to appoint a professional fundraiser to help us raise most of the money. We have already met with one who believes that our objective is achievable, but we feel its a good idea to speak to a few to get a good idea of how we can do this. In the meantime, it is really important that we do as much fundraising of our own as we can because every little really does count! So our plans for 2020 include fundraising, fundraising and more fundraising and we hope to have some fun while we’re doing it! We hope that with the support of our membership, staff, parents and carers, we will see the beginnings of this exciting new building start to take shape. If you have any ideas regarding fundraising or know someone we should talk to regarding raising this money, then we’d love to hear from you. You can show your support by helping and attending our planned fundraising events this year.

Cinema Club!

All Cinema Clubs have been cancelled due to Coronavirus Covid-19. We will update you on any future events. We look forward to be up and running as soon as we can!