28th November 2012, Televisual
Director of BBC Threes acclaimed documentary Our War Bruce Goodison is making his feature debut with Leave to Remain, directing a cast led by Toby Jones.
8th November 2012, Northumberland Gazette
Special workshop comes to north Northumberland attractions programme
For the first time, architectural secrets will be revealed in a unique learning opportunity in impressive surroundings in north Northumberland.
7th November 2012, This is Leicestershire
Teenagers got their hands dirty to spruce up parks and gardens on their estate.
About 90 youngsters, aged from 11 to 19, from Leicester's St Matthew's estate, spent a week working on eight public areas in the neighbourhood.
6th November 2012, Journal Live
A FOREIGN language school in a Northumberland town has been given a major cash boost from an educational charity.
The Saturday Polish School in Berwick has been awarded 80,000 from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and a smaller grant from the local Co-operative Membership Community Fund to allow it to w
2nd November 2012, Art Info
Last night, visual artists Ed Atkins, Pavel Bchler, Andy Holden, 2012 Turner Prize nominee Elizabeth Price, Lis Rhodes as well as composers Steve Beresford, Eliza Carthy and Edmund Finnis received the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists during a ceremony at the philanthropic organization'
2nd November 2012, Art Review
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has announced the eight recipients of its 2012 Awards for Artists programme, five of which are visual artists. Ed Atkins, Pavel Bchler, Andy Holden, Elizabeth Price and Lis Rhodes, recognised as being at a critical point in their careers, will receive 50,000 each over th
25th October 2012, Harrow Times
The future of weekend schools that help underachieving children with extra English and maths classes has been secured with a 262,000 grant.
Harrow Weekend School, which provides classes at Norbury School in Welldon Crescent and Stag Lane Junior School in Collier Drive, have been providing suppleme
19th October 2012, Third Sector
Newcomers to the scheme, established to improve the quality of sector leadership, include Nicola Jeffrey of Target Tuberculosis and Nathalie Walters of Safe and Sound Derby
7th October 2012, Guardian - Culture
Learning the ropes: the arts offer a lifeline to young people whatever their aspirations, says Marcus Davey. Photograph: Murdo Macleod
4th October 2012, London Evening Standard
The legendary Roundhouse in Camden has been given a 5 million donation by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, a grant-making body that is celebrating its 25th anniversary, it was announced today.