Approach

During the Brierley Hillness project over 360 local people of all ages contributed in some way to our understanding of Brierley Hillness; 70% of these people participated in a creative learning activity. Participants were also involved in reminiscence and street interviews.

We invited community groups and individuals to participate in creative workshops.

Find details of our community collaborations.

More details about participation and engagement in the project.

Navigating around Community Engagement Approaches

You can search the approaches we used in this project through the Approach sub menu or by clicking on the links below:

Community Mural

We used this approach to engage people of all ages

Creative Writing

We used this approach to engage with young people (16-25) and older people

Drama and Dance

We used this approach to engage with children (primary), young people and older people

Music

We used this approach to engage with children (primary) and young people

Reminiscence

We used this approach to engage with older people

Arts and Crafts

We used this approach to engage with children (under 5s), children (8-16) and older people

Photography 

We used this approach to engage with adults of all ages

Illustrated Talks and Performance Events

We used this approach to engage with young people and adults of all ages

Interviewing in the Streets

We used this approach to engage with people of all ages

Download Approaches to Community Engagement and Lessons Learnt for a slightly extended and print ready version (PDF). Download a TEXT ONLY VERSION Approaches to Community Engagement and Lessons Learnt (Word).

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