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Next: Fri, 23rd Feb 2024 10:00am

Tech Jam on Tour – Home Education Special at Liskeard Library.

Tech Jam is here to encourage young people to learn how to code. Recommended for ages 7 to 14.

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Multiple Dates Next: Thu, 29th Feb 2024 4:00pm

Liskeard Past Present & Future – Showing in the Studio at Liskeard Library

In December 2023, as part of Liskeard Lights Up , Real Ideas created and projected a piece of content onto the Liskeard Library building showing Liskeard past, present and future. The projection takes viewers on a journey through keys moments of the history of Liskeard and celebrates how it has moved forward over the years. The projection is 15 minutes long and will be shown in our studio between 4pm – 7pm No Ticket Required Cafe is open for our extended Thursday opening hours

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Multiple Dates Next: Mon, 4th Mar 2024 10:00am

Explore Microbit Coding at Liskeard Library – Home Education Series

Step into the world of coding with Microbit, a pocket-sized computer that lets you bring your ideas to life. No experience necessary for 7+

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Next: Sat, 16th Mar 2024 9:00am

Writing Workshop with Peter McAllister: Getting Started With Your Story

Discover and perfect your writer’s voice, and build your writing confidence and portfolio with our Writer in Residence Peter McAllister.18+

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Multiple Dates Next: Thu, 21st Mar 2024 6:00pm

Valley Verse – Tall Tales – Poetry Open Mic Evening

Join us Thursday evening for Valley Verse – Tale Tales – Poetry Open Mic Evening, Valley Verse is an open mic showcase of the Looe Valley’s brilliant poetry offerings. Join us and bring along some words to share or listen intently to the tall tales of our excellent local writers.

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Next: Sat, 16th Mar 2024 9:00am

Writing Workshop with Peter McAllister: Getting Started With Your Story

Discover and perfect your writer’s voice, and build your writing confidence and portfolio with our Writer in Residence Peter McAllister.18+

Book now

Programmes of Support

YEP! – Youth Engagement Programme

18-24 ?
Living In Cornwall ?
Not In Work or Education ?

Real Ideas offers 121 support and group sessions to support young people 18-24 with career and skills exploration as well as sector exploration and accessing opportunities.

– Career Exploration
– Explore Opportunities
– Build Skills and Confidence
– Support to Gain Employment
– Support to access Education

Digital Natives

Digital Natives is a 6 week programme with additional 1-1 career support. It is for people who are 18+ and interested in developing their existing digital skills. It will focus on creative digital skills, alongside essential digital skills for the modern workplace.

-Project challenges around 360 film making
-Digital marketing and promotion
-Digital Careers Exploration
-Digital Essentials

“This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. Cornwall Council has been chosen by Government as a Lead Authority for the fund and is responsible for monitoring the progress of projects funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.”

Writer in Residence – Peter McAllister

Peter McAllister worked for many years in London PR and Advertising agencies as a creative/copywriter. He went on to run a successful art dealership for nearly a decade, coaching artists through their careers and practice in his capacity as Creative Director. Returning to education later in life, he studied English Literature at The University of Cambridge and was awarded a Distinction for his MA in Creative Writing at The University of Hull.

Peter’s writing blurs the boundary between the novel and short story collection; it builds layers of characterisation through linked stories that result in profound moments of self realisation and/or dramatic action. He was shortlisted in the Hammond House International Literary Prize and the Ironclad Creative Awards in 2023. His short stories and poems have appeared online, in print journals and in numerous anthologies and his debut book is slated for publication in 2024. Peter is also a committee member for the Penzance Literary Festival.

How can WE Help your Organisation

Real Pathways works collaboratively with organisations to provide innovative and impacting outcomes.

We work closely to understand organisations challenges and objectives. Through our consultancy services, we offer innovative concepts, ideas, programs, and workshops that empower organisations to engage with their communities, build networks, and drive positive social impact.

What Makes Us Different

Real Pathways is part of Real Ideas Organisation, an amazing family of networks, connections, and opportunities in a range of sectors.

Explore the world of Immersive Tech with Real Immersive or get creative with Arts and Making at RAMP.

Find out more about communities and green spaces with Nature and Neighbourhoods or gain digital badges via Badge Nation.

Real Ideas has activities, programmes, and support in a range of sectors. Find out more about what makes us different below.

Real Immersive connects people with immersive technologies. From the ‘state-of-the-art’ 360 dome at the Market Hall in Plymouth, we produce immersive content, offer facilities, training, and opportunities, growing the creative tech community and increasing the use of tech for good.

Nature and Neighbourhoods help create better, greener neighborhoods, powered by the communities that live there – regenerating people and nature. Through our programmes and consultancy services, buildings, highstreets and neighbourhoods are transformed – solving problems, and creating opportunities.

Badge Nation is the home for organisations that want to make a positive difference using digital badges. Companies and education settings can reward digital badges to acknowledge skills development, which can be used on CVs to show people’s skill sets and experience.

Real Art Make Print is an art, crafts, and making community at Plymouth’s Ocean Studios. With affordable studios, exhibition space, creative co-working, specialist print equipment, and events and workshops, there is something for families, artists, craftspeople and more.

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