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Aspire4u are proudly supporting Simmer Down Festival 2017!

We’ve partnered with Simmer Down Festival CIC to make their return to Handsworth Park the most successful year yet. Our big collaboration for 2017, Aspire4U are managing a stage featuring local artists and homegrown talent. We are sharing our business development knowledge and using our network to spread the word and bring in human resources.  [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Blogs, News|0 Comments

Festival Angels – supporting festival goers

Have you ever been at an event and felt lost, uncertain or worried? Have you wished there was somebody there who would just listen and help? Ever wondered how festival goers can be supported? A Festival Angel may have been the answer to your trouble. Festival Angels are compassionate helpers who support visitors to have a [...]

By |June 28th, 2017|Blogs, News|0 Comments

Volunteers Wanted: Simmer Down Festival 2017

Simmer Down Festival 2017 is looking for volunteers to help make sure the festival runs smoothly and everyone has a great time. The Reggae and World Music festival is free and open to all, and has a range of acts across two stages and a belly-bursting variety of food to taste. This year, Simmer Down Festival [...]

By |June 27th, 2017|Blogs, News|0 Comments

Call For Heritage And Culture Workshop Leaders

Do you work in the heritage industry? Do you want to lead interactive workshops for teenagers about ancestry and culture? Do you want to share your passion for culture? Aspire4u seeking creative workshop leaders. We need you! We are looking for people with experience working in culture, heritage and ancestry to lead a [...]

By |January 22nd, 2017|News, Projects|0 Comments

CREATIVE SUPPORT FOR NATIONAL CITIZEN SERVICE

Aspire4U team to support The Challenge - National Citizen Service (NCS) providers for the Midlands. Aspire4U Practitioners Support NCS Aspire4U CIC team of arts practitioners are to contribute their skills to The Challenge team in the Midlands. The NCS programme is a government backed initiative for 15-17 year olds over the Summer and Autumn. [...]

By |September 10th, 2016|News|0 Comments