Promote access to arts, culture and nature

Unlimited Dance Company in North Devon promotes #accesstoart, #accesstonature and #accesstoculture

Having access to arts such as dance, theatre and music is an essential part of a child’s education and a lack of opportunities to enjoy these can adversely affect people later in life. Research shows that the employability of students who study art subjects is higher, and they are more likely to stay in an working environment. Unlimited Dance Company enables children from deprived or disadvantage backgrounds in North Devon to attend dance classes encouraging them to build their skills and confidence, while raising their aspirations for the future.

In Memory
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Greg Matthews 

The Greg Matthews Fund is a memorial fund dedicated to Greg who tragically died in a car crash in March 2012, at just 20 years old. Dance was Greg’s real passion and he used to teach classes for the local children in his spare time. His family set up the fund in order to create a memorial to Greg that would continue to make a difference and enable children living in hardship to attend dance classes.

“Greg was always so loving to his friends and family, he always made people happy.”

14%

of low income students cannot study arts or music because of the cost

£11,300

invested by DCF in 2015 to community groups promoting access to arts, culture and nature

2,958

people raise their aspirations
#thedifferencewemake