Sharing Heritage: Learning-disabled people from Rowan celebrate grant award from Heritage Lottery Fund.
Sharing Heritage: Learning-disabled people from Rowan celebrate grant award from Heritage Lottery Fund We are delighted to announce that Rowan has been awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), Sharing Heritage grant. Our project will focus on the heritage of the River Cam in Cambridge. A group of our learning-disabled students will explore the history of the […]
William Oakman has won the Lil Speed Award. This annual Award is run by Chesterton Community Association and named after local community champion and activist Lil Speed. It was presented to someone in Chesterton who has made a significant contribution to the community and deserves to be recognised for their voluntary service. William received the […]
Learning Disability Week is taking place from 15 – 21 June aiming to tackle learning-disability myths and misconceptions. Led by national charity Mencap, it is an opportunity to raise awareness of what a learning-disability is and isn’t. There are 1.4 million people with a learning-disability in the UK. Over 1 million adults aged 20 or […]
Our June newsletter is now available, click here to read it! This edition includes information on our latest commissions for Milton Country Park, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, Wandlebury Country Park and Cambridge University Botanic Gardens as well as images from Rowan’s Chelsea Fringe installation From the Ground Up. We’ll have more updates on these projects here so check back […]
Hello, and welcome to our blog pages. It’s a place which will continue to develop, where our staff, students and volunteers can contribute. Rowan is an arts centre for learning-disabled people. It is a charity, social enterprise and has been running for 30 years. We have 5 studios including print, ceramics, textiles, mixed-media and wood. […]