CCI projects have their own diaries for you to read. Displayed below are all the latest items from these. You can also use the filters to sort according to your interests.

Fantastical Forests - a city-wide celebration of creativity, community and the natural world

ArtScapers - place-making programmes connecting art and nature and space.

Branching Out - learning how successful elements from our established mental health art-in-nature programmes can be scaled up to benefit more children, whilst also contributing to our understanding of how local cultural, natural and community assets can mitigate health inequality.

Creative Care - rediscovering the world on our doorsteps through invitation and care packs.

Fantastical Cambridgeshire - is about people, their local area, creativity and culture.

Eco-Capabilities - a research project by Dr Nicola Walshe from Anglia Ruskin University.

Fullscope - new consortia working with six other leading mental health and well-being charities for children and young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Taking Note - sharing moments of happiness within the Addenbrooke's community. A project with Cambridge University Hospitals and Addenbrooke's Arts.

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Hansel and Gretel - ArtScapers working with Cambridge Youth Opera, co-creating a ‘Forest of Imagination’ for their new production of Hansel and Gretel.

Wild Exchanges - connecting children’s ideas into the working realm of professionals adults.

Creativity as Practice - developing sustainable creative practice in primary school educators.

Lost words and found connections Inspired by The Lost Words book, Lost words and found connections was a child-led adventure into language and literacy through nature connections.

Animating the archives Working creatively with communities in Cambridgeshire to explore the extraordinary collection of objects and stories displayed in the Addenbrooke’s Museum.

Spinney Primary School (Cambridge) Footprints project researching impact of school and community creative engagement with local wild space.

Future Reactive - working with Addenbrooke's Arts and the Centre for Diet and Activity Research at The Cambridge Institute of Public Health to explore children's visions for an active future.

What makes a friendly garden?  Friends of Rock Road Library invited us to explore this question with them as they continued to redevelop their garden space in 2015.

Wild Exchange - inviting a wide range of professionals to respond to children’s discoveries in their local wild spaces.

Play Makers project that worked throughout 2014 to re-imagine the Wisbech Adventure Playground in fantastical ways. 

Start Hospice Programme with Fitzwilliam Museum and EACH Milton, building creative connections between Hospice families and the Museum.

Cambirdgeshire Footprints Supported by Cambridgeshire Early Years Service, we facilitated a series of ‘wild exchanges’ in 2013/14 linked to three particular outdoor spaces in the county.

Bramblefields Re-imagining how this inner-city nature reserve (behind Shirley Primary School in East Cambridge) could offer exciting spaces for outdoor learning.

Lattersey working with Cambridgeshire County Council Early Years Team and Kidzone Nursery to establish a Footprints project in this nature reserve on the northern edge of the county.

Hinchingbrooke working with Cambridgeshire County Council Early Years Team and Cromwell Park Primary School to establish Footprints project and connections with this local county park.