Art on the Wild Side

This environmental project is based at The Wolseley Centre Reserve and visitor facility located just outside Rugeley. It was funded by Realise charity and constructed by PM Training’s Artworks team. The project consisted of a spiders web, birds and a butterfly tower.

Hartshill Scouts

Realise charity helped young members of the Hartshill Scouts develop an area to fully enjoy their camping experiences. The project allowed young people use of the area to practice lighting fires and trying campfire cooking under the supervision of well qualified and experienced leaders. The project marked the groups’ 100th anniversary.

Brown Trout

Realise charity supported the production of the ‘Brown Trout’ metal sculpture which sits in Newcastle-under-Lyme’s town centre. With support from PM Training’s Artworks team, the piece was producedĀ for Britain in Bloom.

Student Support

Aspire Housing tenant Kayleigh Beesley, received help from Realise charity to help fund her with IT equipment for College. This equipment has helped her to help progress her education whilst leading a busy lifestyle with children.