Print

Portsmouth Music Hub to launch 'One World'

on .

Portsmouth-Music-Hub webThe environment matters. What we do, how we live our lives and the decisions we make will have an impact on the world around us. From recycling to renewable energy, from pollution to plastics we all have a part to play in making our world a home fit for future generations.

On Friday 14th September, during National Beach Clean Week, Portsmouth Music Hub will launch 'One World'. During a year of special events and concerts, and bringing together music, drama, art, poetry and dance, 'One World' will reach thousands of children and young people from across Portsmouth. The message is simple; that the environmental choices we make every day will change the world.

Print

Gunwharf Quays supports local employment initiatives with new funding scheme

on .

Gunwharf Spring 17 web crop

Gunwharf Quays has launched a new funding project; Gunwharf Quays Supporting Others’ Success, with the aim of supporting Portsmouth’s long term unemployed with jobs and opportunities. It has seen an initial £20,000 of funding awarded to four local organisations.

Applications of up to £4,000 can be requested each year from community partners, which will then be reviewed by a Committee to ensure funding is allocated as effectively as possible.

Print

The south’s biggest free Comic Con returns to Port Solent

on .

Comic Con 2 web

Comic fans, assemble! This Father’s Day weekend, Port Solent invites guests to grab their capes, awaken their spidey senses and dust off their lightsabers for a new, bigger and better than ever Comic Con event.

On Saturday 16th June, the south’s biggest free Comic Con event will transport guests to the iconic worlds and galaxies of their favourite movies, television shows and comic books.

Print

Student project gives big boost to young people’s career ambitions

on .

New-Gen-4-team-members webBack: left to right Bill Jones (Portsmouth Business School tutor), Stef Nienaltowski (Chair, Shaping Portsmouth). Front: left to right the New Gen team – Chloe Sitruk (France), Somtochukwu Orji (UK), Khalid Maylor-Morris (UK), Cattaliya Charoensereechai (Thailand)

A project aimed at transforming young peoples’ ambitions in choosing their career paths has won top prize at the University of Portsmouth’s Business Consultancy Project Awards Event.

The New Gen team, made up of five international undergraduate students (from the UK, Sweden, Thailand and France and led by Mr Somtochukwu Orji) from Portsmouth Business School, won the Best Impact Award for its five-month consultancy project with the Shaping Portsmouth partnership called ‘Roadmap to a Career’.

Print

Aspex needs your vote to win £50,000 of National Lottery funding

on .

IMG 0742 2 web

Portsmouth’s Aspex Gallery is calling for your vote to secure £50,000 of National Lottery funding as part of this year’s the People’s Projects.

The Gallery’s project, Welcome, will support members of Portsmouth’s refugee and asylum seeker community through art, developing new skills, English language capability, as well as confidence and self-esteem, whilst becoming part of the wider local community.

The Gallery is one of five groups in the ITV Meridian West region in the running for a share of up to £150,000 of funding.

Web Design: morph pr and marketing web design  Graphic Design: Mondas Media cropped small

 

Content Copyright Shaping Portsmouth © 2018