When Sarah Chase, a local journalist approached us for a feature about the benefits of craft for mental health and general wellbeing,  we jumped at the chance. The feature gave us the opportunity to showcase our hugely successful Activity Bag Project that began in August 2020 and to inform readers about the opportunities we provide for adults.

You can read the article here on page 112.

A few weeks after publication we were contacted by Meghann Horner-Smith from The Horner Foundation.  Meghann told us she had read the article in Nene Valley Living and would like to make a donation to our company to continue our work in the community.

We are extremely grateful to The Horner Foundation and thank them for their generous donation of £1,000.  During the last 2 years it has been very difficult to fund raise and we have relied heavily upon grant funding to sustain our projects.  This donation will go towards helping us to deliver our Pink House Craft Clubs in North Northamptonshire.

You can find out more about the Horner Foundation here.






Pink House Arts CIC

c/o Bulley Davey

6 North Street



Company No: 11587956

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