Have you seen us in…?
KICK have been featured in this months ‘The Bridge’, a magazine produced by St Ives Town Council.
KICK Roots Youth Club
Remember when we said that KICK have lots of new and exciting projects coming up in 2019…here’s the first one. KICK Roots Youth Club for 11-14 year olds starts on Wednesday!
KICK are recruiting!
We have a vacancy for a part time Sessional Worker to come and join our team. If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and covering letter. Closing date for applications is Monday 28th January.
Happy New Year
Happy New Year! We are back and raring to go in 2019. Watch this space for lots of new and exciting projects over the coming months.
Morrisons bag packing events
Many thanks to Morrisons, St Ives for letting us hold two bag packing events last year. We raised an impressive £512.19 over the two days. We couldn’t have done this without our amazing young people volunteering and proving to be bag packing legends. Thank you to them and to every single person who put money into our buckets. Your kind donations will go towards providing continuing support to young people in Cambridgeshire.
KICK Christmas Film Night
Our Christmas film night was very festive and enjoyable with a great film and lots of popcorn! We raised £39 from this event. Thank you to everyone who supported it.
The Time Vine Unveiling – 29/12/18
Today we were very excited to attend the unveiling of the Time Vine at The Norris Museum, St Ives. Some of our young people took part in this project earlier in the year and it was great to see the finished tiles in place with tiles created by other local community groups. The finished vine looks amazing, if you are in St Ives why not pop in to the Norris Museum and have a look.
We have been busy making and baking at KICK this month.
On 21st May we worked in partnership with the Norris Museum with some young people from St Ivo School. The young people in years 7, 8 & 9 produced an amazing piece of artwork commemorating the RAF’s involvement in World War 1. Their creativity was inspiring and you can see the finished product along The Waits in St Ives. I think you’ll agree that it looks fantastic!
The KICK staff got baking this month as we hosted Compass Cafe in Swavesey. All proceeds went straight to KICK and we raised £70.80! Thanks to all at Compass Cafe for letting us host and to everyone who came along and bought some cake.