Sam’s ‘Portable Homeless Pod’ project

May 25, 2021

This month we were lucky enough to catch up with 10-year-old Sam, a young innovative designer, enjoying being back at his school Tuxford Primary Academy in Newark. Over Zoom, Sam told us about an art project he did whilst he was home learning during lockdown. His class were given a choice of issues to consider and problem solve. Sam chose homelessness because of a personal experience of seeing a homeless person at a park in a nearby town. He recalls seeing someone who had only a piece of cardboard, some bubble wrap, a backpack, some crisps and a bottle of water.

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Grassroots Vocal Workshops – have fun and find your voice

May 25, 2021

We are thrilled to announce a new and exciting collaboration with the exceedingly talented and accomplished performing duo Neil Allen and Tim Lole.

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NTU students produce ‘Freed’ animation to break down homelessness stereotypes

May 17, 2021

We are excited to showcase ‘Freed’, a short animation created by NTU students for Emmanuel House, which raises awareness of homelessness and its stereotypes.

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Horsendale Primary School smashes fundraising target for homelessness project

May 17, 2021

We have thanked Year 2 pupils at Horsendale Primary School in Nuthall for their project about homelessness and outstanding fundraising achievements. The initiative, which launched with an interactive online assembly to six and seven-year-olds, culminated in the class of 30 raising £730.

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NCT and NET help to make a record-breaking difference to Emmanuel House

May 6, 2021

We recently presented Nottingham City Transport, Nottingham Express Transit (NET) and tram operator Keolis with thank you plaques to express our gratitude for a donation worth over £25,000 in advertising.

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