Alt Valley - Drama Students

Learners celebrate latest success!

Congratulations to drama students at Alt Valley who are celebrating achieving their Open Awards Level 1 in Performing Arts (Improvisation and Performance).

Tutor Paula Currie said, “Eight of our learners have received their Open Awards Qualification in Performing Arts. It’s great to see the group developing new skills and achieving their goals. Well done!”

If you would like to join the drama group and get involved with their latest project, please contact Paula Currie on 0151 546 5514 for further details.

Alt Valley Trust in Major Research Project

Alt Valley Community Trust is one of 3 International Partner Organisations commissioned to undertake a Transnational project between Sweden, Germany and the UK.

The project, Erasmus+, covers a period from September 2014 to August 2017 and is looking into why young people become NEET (not in education, employment or training), and will identify best practice for professionals to follow.

The other 2 Partner Organisations are BildungsWerk in Kreuzberg(A training organisation in Berlin) and FBA (Centre for Professional Development and Internationalisation at Uppsala University Sweden).

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Alt Valley - New Logo

New Alt Valley brand and website

Alt Valley Community Trust has launched its new brand and website this month (December 2015).

The Trust commissioned Liverpool-based website and branding agency, Digon, to completely rebrand the Trust’s image and marketing materials, including its website. In recent years the Trust has expanded its field of activities enormously, and it was felt that the image and the ways it communicates in its Communities needed to reflect the huge amount of work that is going on to regenerate and energise the Alt Valley area. The new website covers all the major areas of services that the Trust is now engaged in, from Community Engagement, Sport & Wellbeing to Education & Training, Business & Enterprise, Drama and Creative Writing.

The Trust CEO Phil Knibb says, “This has been a major piece of work for the Trust given the huge range of activities we now engage in and we are delighted with the outcome and the way Digon have gone about the task with great imagination and shared goals. We feel we now have the quality of brand and website to match our own vision and aspirations.”

Digon’s Creative Director, Mark Trevor, who has been the driving force behind the project adds, “We wanted the new brand to visually reference not only the River Alt, but also the flow of positive changes that Alt Valley Community Trust has brought to the local area. It’s been great to work with such a motivated social enterprise and we hope that the new website and identity will help the organisation to grow even further and build upon the valuable services and facilities they currently bring to the people of Liverpool.”