Tailor made holidays in Scandinavia and other wild places of the North, where nature and people have a story to tell.
As part of the Healthy Lunches Project in Sheffield, students at Forge Valley School have been learning how to cook healthy meals that can replace a traditional, boring packed lunch.
The Macey sisters are master bakers and cake decorators and practiced in the art of sponge based witch-craft.
The New Art Exchange were so pleased with their visual identity that they asked Eskimo to work with them for a year on their marketing campaign.
Skills for Wildlife is a traineeship project for young people, run in partnership with Sheffield, Derbyshire and Yorkshire Wildlife Trusts.
The New Brew is a Social Café run by SOAR in partnership with Sheffield City Council and Sheffield Mind.
SOAR regularly runs courses and activities for older people and one of them was specifically aimed at those over 65.
Green up go wild is a young person’s volunteering project set up by Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust.
Ten years ago, the government recognised that the role of the classroom was changing.
Every year NTU photography graduates present their final portfolios at several venues in across Nottingham.