Three charities working to bring North Yorkshire Together 

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Rural Arts is very excited to launch a new project, North Yorkshire Together, to help communities across the county navigate the ongoing difficulties of the pandemic.

Working alongside fellow county-wide charities North Yorkshire Sport and North Yorkshire Youth, the initiative will join the organisation’s skills and audiences to create a vibrant and wide-ranging suite of both online and offline resources.

Building on the success of each organisation’s response to lockdown, the project will offer a variety of activities and resources for all ages, locations and needs. Access to arts and sports equipment, and accompanying digital resources, will be a core part of this strategic solution to promote health and wellbeing, strengthen communities and reduce loneliness.

Director and CEO of Rural Arts Max May said:

At Rural Arts, we want to make access to arts easier and more inclusive. We’re so thrilled to be running North Yorkshire Together, connecting people across the county with activities and information to ensure we all feel as happy and healthy as possible entering what will undoubtedly be a very difficult next six month.

Whether that’s though a physical activity pack or online arts workshops, Rural Arts, North Yorkshire Sport and North Yorkshire Youth are here for communities of all ages, right across the county.

 

The project seeks to provide essential resources to the county’s most vulnerable and isolated individuals.

David Sharp, CEO of North Yorkshire Youth, said:

During the pandemic it’s been hard to reach the young people we usually support, as many of them had trouble accessing the internet, or were focused on adapting to online learning.

This new project enables us to provide essential resources and information to our young people, so they can still get the most out of our services, whether online or in person.

 

CEO of North Yorkshire Sport David Watson said:

Our sports and activity packs were a great success during lockdown, so we’re excited to continue providing these through North Yorkshire Together. Making keeping active easy – whether through physical exercise, games, or activity packs – is one of the great things we can provide to those who need it most.

For more information about North Yorkshire Together, please visit www.ruralarts.org/NorthYorkshireTogether




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