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Durham University

Centre for Social Justice and Community Action

Playing with Change and Ideas

The Riverside Community Health Project is based in a former Victorian library building in the middle of Benwell. It works with local families and children. They are planning to create a huge interactive mobile toy from recycled materials. They are working with local children, families and other residents to develop ideas for this toy and to build it with help from specialist artists, musicians and others.

The pictures show some of the development work that has taken place during May to get ideas and develop skills:

  1. An away day where Riverside staff worked with a local artist to explore some creative ideas and skills using recycled materials
  2. Local families taking part in activities during half term.



Twitter: @RiversideCHP

Creative Ideas