In these challenging times, we are now more appreciative than ever of any donations towards our work, especially in making sure we reach learning disabled people who may feel very lonely at this time. We know that some people have real financial challenges right now, but if you haven't, and if you have a little you could spare to help us keep our Hubbub At Home programme running, we would be so grateful.
We invited Emma Jones from Splatter Dance to lead some Makaton training for The Drum to help us tell the story to more people in our outreach groups.
While we all have to stay at home to keep safe and well, we wanted to get in touch and let you know what's happening at Hubbub. Even through challenging times we are still here to spread hope and kindness through some exciting new ways of working...
Even though the Barn is not open, we've been working with our partners and volunteers to bring you activities to do at home. We would like to thank those who have contributed and hope there's something here you will enjoy!
Don't forget you can help our charity during this challenging time with a £10 donation - see details below. Many thanks for your continued support!
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Fees are to be removed for businesses and individuals registered with our Trusted Trader scheme.
The number of users accessing our digital library resources has surged during the coronavirus pandemic.
You are invited…to get involved with a brand new long term project celebrating creativity and culture across Derbyshire. The 52 WEEKS FESTIVAL will run from May 2022 – May 2023 and aims to bring the county together through:
Clinical Staff (individually or in pairs) working in the community (nurses, therapists etc) are in need of places where they can:
· Use the loo
· Wash hands
· Charge phones/ laptops/other devices
· Stop, rest and be quiet
Make the most of being at home
Treat yourself in some creative me time
'In Isolation Together' is an initiative in response to the global pandemic, Covid 19. Art has always reflected the voice of people, both in times of celebration and in dire circumstances. Now is no different. We are at a point in time where technological advances are at its peak and it seems necessary to utilise it. We know there are many people, creatives and non-creatives alike that are home either in self-isolation or quarantine.