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Stories of Transformation

Merlin Theatre

Transforming the Merlin Theatre has enriched the cultural life of Sheffield and provided cultural venue for Freeman College and Brantwood Specialist School..

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Permission to Start!

The New Standard Works has received the official permission to start on the next phases of development from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Author: Janine Christley

Location: New Standard Works,43-47 Vittoria Street, Birmingham

Ruskin Glass Centre

A powerful story of regeneration from derelict factory to thriving social enterprise hub...

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Author: Chris Bauer

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Your support will help us continue to rescue and transform wonderful old heritage building and land and reinvigorate them for the future; thus creating a valuable legacy for disenfranchised young people in the UK.

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Upcoming events and activities

  • ExperienceCOLOUR Teachers Conference

    We are delighted to be joined by the designers of the exhibition and leading researchers on Goethe’s colour work from the Goetheanum in Switzerland to deliver a unique Teachers Conference that will contribute to your own professional development and prepare you for bringing students to the exhibition through a series of lectures, workshops, guided exhibition tours and discussion groups. Read more

  • Neurodiversity - a living conference

    Ruskin Mill Trust and the Hay Festival are working together to celebrate neurodiversity. Our two-day event, [email protected] Mill, is a “living conference”, on the theme of autism, creativity and engagement. Our exciting programme allows delegates to experience our curriculum by direct involvement in craft workshops with students and tutors and hear guest speakers – from the literary world and academia – offer their perspectives on autism Read more