Nigel Thompson
Apr 19, 2018

'Lifting the lid...' event

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A big thank you to everybody that attended the fantastic evening last night.

Thank you for your creative contributions and the gorgeous food by The Greenhouse.

Thank you to the Council for listening, understanding and supporting us with bringing our ideas to reality.

Thank you to our Museum building for being our silent partner in style and creativity, you were the real star!

... and thanks to Wayne for his thought provoking presentation and Leah for representing the younger voices.

Looking forward to future conversations, this is just the start to make things happen.

Nigel

Ps. Please post some pics if you have them.

Fiona Scrase
Apr 19, 2018

Great evening and fabulous food. Working from QRDC today and great to feel the buzz as a result of last night.

Well done The Greenhouse. Definitely heading your way soon.

Anthony French
Apr 19, 2018

A very interesting afternoon with a diverse group of local creatives. Both informative and thoroughly enjoyable! Great venue, food and atmosphere, very much looking forward to the next event!

Alison Greer
Apr 20, 2018

Thanks for the opportunity to be involved in what feels like the beginning of an important discussion and call to action. Look forward to seeing where this leads.

Helen Fisher
Apr 26, 2018

Thank you for inviting me to this brilliant event, I've recently returned to Doncaster so it was really great to meet other people working in creative industries and to feel the buzz about Doncasters future! I hope this can be a re-occuring event. Please contact me if you need anything :) Helen (helen@wecreatehealth.com)

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  • Nigel Thompson
    Apr 20, 2018

    The day after our Museum event the sun was shining and it was almost as if overnight Doncaster was a better place to be. We decided to walk into town for lunch and see Callum and Joey at the Greenhouse (their roasted cauliflower dish is awesome). As we passed Sine FM on Netherhall Road the windows happened to be open and music filled street ..then on to the market and more incidental music from open doors. Wow, this felt good. How about a music festival with a difference? Doncaster Music Trail Live? Walk through the town with a map connecting up with different outdoor live musical genres.. an urban Glastonbury (never actually been!). The trick here is to use some of our forgotten green spaces, unloved playgrounds, intimate corners, quirky unused Victorian balconies and not the obvious locations. Importantly it would make people walk and connect with our streets, our architecture and each other. As Wayne Hemingway pointed out the young 'love to dance'. When did you last see people dancing in the streets of Doncaster? :-)
  • Leah McMullen
    May 1, 2018

    Lets contiue the conversations here!!