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Marketing and Communications agency, Mocha Marketing, team up with Leicestershire charity in new partnership

The exhibition is a collaboration of work from two different projects

Lottery grant to help with Soft Touch Arts schemes with youngsters

Leading firm of chartered accountants, Newby Castleman, is sponsoring a VIP event marking the start of a Leicester based children’s charity’s 30th birthday celebrations this November.

Artwork by prisoners at Glen Parva Young Offenders Institute has gone on display in a city art gallery and features a diverse mix of paintings, sculptures, models and sketches.

We're pleased to announce that funding has been secured to launch a new project to support some of Leicester and Leicestershire's most at risk young people. were proud to support Soft Touch Arts at a fundraising barbeque on Friday, July 1.

A new charity headquarters and a city business park have picked up awards for architecture.

Soft Touch Arts, based in Leicester, took advantage of a kind donation from one of Overbury’s major projects in the city to support its Re-Fab project

A charity has received a generous donation of more than £9,000.

A Leicester youth arts charity gave HRH The Earl of Wessex a right Royal welcome today as he officially opened open the doors to its new £1.1 million premises.

Christina gives an insight into a typical day at Soft Touch Arts.

Art is being used to boost the mental health of young men at Glen Parva Young Offenders Institute.

Hundreds of youngsters welcomed the Earl of Wessex on a visit to Leicester and the county yesterday.

Soft Touch Arts has launched a Brick in the Wall campaign to raise £5,000 towards a £30,000 target to complete its new £1.1 million Youth Arts and Heritage Centre.

"As creative organisations, both Arch and Soft Touch agreed we could form a great partnership."

A PIONEERING arts organisation has ambitions plans for the future after being handed the keys to its new city centre home.

New building young designers session

Tucked between two terraced houses, behind a big blue door, one hard-working community project is making a huge difference to the lives of local people.

Leicester City Council is planning to sell a former nursery on New Walk.

I remember how boring youth clubs were when I was growing up: going to an old, shabby hall with maybe a pool table and some naff music playing on the stereo.

An ex-teenage offender who won a community award after turning his life around has helped to launch this year's search for young achievers.