The Arts Council fund Take A Part through their Grants for The Arts Programme.  Without their support we would not be able to deliver our projects. View their site at-    

Mar 13, 2017    NO COMMMENTS

High View School is a key partner for Take A Part, located in Efford they work regularly with and frequently support our projects.  They are the place where both Crazy Glue and Magic Hour began and developed and they are our most trusted partner in terms of arts/education collaborations. Visit their site Here.  

Mar 13, 2017    NO COMMMENTS

Plymouth Culture’s ‘Horizon’ project is supporting Take A Part in exploring and re-establishing the Crazy Glue arts group model that began in Efford. ‘Horizon’, is a two-year visual arts programme for Plymouth which has been awarded funds from Art Council England’s ‘Ambition for Excellence’ funding programme. Horizon will run for two years and will develop four major arts festivals and events, support a talent development programme for artists and visual arts producers, and will enable communities to commission visual artworks....

Mar 13, 2017    NO COMMMENTS

The Barne Barton partnership have worked with Take A Part in commissioning and delivering the BBROOTS art and history project as well as supporting and working with Take A Part to develop future creative art projects within Barne Barton. As a core Take A Part community we value the relationship we have with the Barne Barton partnership.  We have worked with this community for 5 years now and continue to develop projects with them connected to heritage and a sense...

Mar 13, 2017    NO COMMMENTS

The University of Plymouth Fine Arts department supported  Take A Part in a two year partnership agreement, supplying interns, office space, marketing support and co-producing a symposium in 2016. This relationship has continued and we are working with the University to continue to offer relevant placements across our projects.  We are also lecturing on some of their courses.

Mar 13, 2017    NO COMMMENTS

Stepping Stones to Nature have been a long standing partner organisation of Take A Part and have worked with us frequently on projects associated with green spaces and the outdoors.  Including ‘In praise of Trees’ and The Barne Barton Bridge.   Stepping Stones has now moved on to become ‘Active Neighbourhoods’ and we still partner and collaborate with them in green spaces in communities for appropriate projects.  We are currently developing a programme with them in line with our Crazy...

Mar 13, 2016    NO COMMMENTS

Plymouth University have worked with and supported Take A Part to development our organisation, they have also funded some projects including most recently ‘Inspired by Le Grice, delivered with Gall’ via Pen Arts.

Jan 30, 2013    NO COMMMENTS

Plymouth Arts Centre were a founding partner of Take A Part- supporting HECP in developing the initial programme.  Over time they have worked with us, providing opportunities to interact with their exhibition programme and collaborating to deliver projects.  They also hosted Take A Part’s exhibition ‘Efford:The capital of culture for Plymouth’ Visit their site at-

Feb 10, 2012    NO COMMMENTS