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A chance to look behind the scenes at Creative Sustainability


Creative Sustainability, the not-for-profit behind the popular Access Bike project, 3rd Space Youth Hub, Gloucestershire Youth Climate Group, Digital Inclusion and Community Hubs Development, is opening its doors to the public on Monday, 19th June 3-7pm.

There will be regular tours that will take around an hour (with plenty of opportunities to sit down, and quiet spaces) at Creative Sustainability’s community hub at Fromehall Mill, Lodgemore Lane, Stroud, GL5 3EH.

Creative Sustainability began with inclusive wild camping in 2010, working in environmental education and creating nature-based opportunities for young people across the Stroud District.

The Access Bike workshop opened at Fromehall Mill in October 2016, and in 2020 expanded to become a vibrant, inclusive and safe community space where people share their interests, get support and guidance, meet and make friends, for voices to be heard and see action.

“We encourage everyone to come and visit learn more about our community-based programmes, meet our team and find out how to get involved. We’d love to meet you and talk about our work! You can walk or cycle to us along the canal towpath, or we’re just off Cainscross Road by car or bus” said James Beecher, Access Bike Project Manager.

“Where we live is beautiful and full of potential, but there are many and deep inequalities in our county. The need to empower people and communities to make a fairer society is increasingly urgent and important. We are excited to welcome everyone to come and chat with us about what we are doing to help that happen, and to find out how to join in” said Anna Bonallack, CEO.

Find out more and access a map on Facebook Access Bike project | Stroud | Facebook

Find out more about Creative Sustainability on their website: cscic.org

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