Inspiration is key when trying to encourage others to live more sustainably. Join us as we spend some time with two people working creatively on innovative ways to help their communities and our planet. Amanda Wells is a member of Celf-Able, an inclusive art group run by disabled artists in Powys. She’ll share more about the group’s latest project, which saw them working in a cross sector partnership on an arts and environment project to reduce litter and raise awareness of looking after community spaces. Joining her is Leonie Ramondt, who pioneers a community e-bike and trike scheme in Swansea, all crowdfunded by the local community!
Celf-Able is an inclusive art group run by disabled artists in Powys. They use art and creativity as a means of communication and self-expression in a social atmosphere, to promote physical and mental wellbeing. They aim to lead by example and offer peer support, to show that given the right circumstances disabled people can make a positive contribution to and be included in society.
Their latest Litter-Arty project saw them working in partnership with local individuals and a whole range of public, private and third sector organisations across the area in a creative project to reduce litter and raise awareness of looking after our community spaces.
Stories from the Stage is your opportunity to hear from brilliant projects and inspirational individuals making positive things happen where they live.
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