GAP Learning CIC

designs, creates and educates

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Transformative Learning

We harness a passion for art, craft and food to teach further skills and to encourage an open acceptance of further learning, volunteering or employment. Our courses include 'Feel Good Making, Craftworks and Fullspoon.

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Everything we sell is ethical, beautiful, sustainable and made by someone who really deserves a chance to succeed. Our brands include She Loves Him Tho' & Craftworks Rocks. Who wouldn't want to buy into that?

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Two Sisters

We believe the world should be a better place. We value our sisterhood and always listen for the small, quiet voice in the corner.

This is how we feel about stuff that matters. Read our manifesto

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GAP Learning CICFriday, September 22nd, 2017 at 12:11pm
It was a blast! Thank you to everyone that believed in us and joined us on this adventure.
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GAP Learning CICFriday, September 22nd, 2017 at 11:05am
When you go to a classic art gallery, you expect to see unfamiliar times with unfamiliar people who lived then, right? http://ow.ly/SO2J30fjRz4
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GAP Learning CICThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 10:10am
These are stunning and charming and inspiring and... decide for yourself 🙂 http://ow.ly/6V5530eWTQD
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GAP Learning CICWednesday, September 20th, 2017 at 1:05pm
This Just in...

Island walk will take place from 12 to 4pm on the beautiful Holt Island Nature Reserve. You will discover the site on your journey along the boardwalk while uncovering the importance of creative and social spaces for young people. What they could and should be. The event is aimed at and has been realised through the discussions and input of young people in and around St Ives.

As well as the Island walk, on the Island’s meadow there will be a drop in workshop where you can design and create your own social space. This event puts a focus on the thoughts and consideration of young people and looks to open up a dialogue. Photographer Charlie Bryan and Artist Naomi Harwin the event coordinators of Island Walk have both experienced and developed projects for young people through Circuit Cambridge and would like to add your voice to the conversation at Island walk.

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