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Runner-Up in the 2019 Hoop Awards
Jelly is an energetic charity championing the creative arts. We have played a strategic role in Reading’s cultural life since 1993 – enabling art to appear in unexpected places and creating opportunities for people to look on and join in. We believe in the power of the arts to delight, intrigue, challenge and enrich, and we're committed to forming creative alliances and partnerships that encourage art and cultural life to flourish. Awarded The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service. The MBE for volunteer groups in 2017
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Jelly has not run any activities for over two months. We’re trying to get an up-to-date schedule.
Emma has volunteered with Jelly since 2001 and more recently she has been a part of Jelly’s educational programme to engage and inspire young budding artists. Emma graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Knitted Textiles. She loves making and is passionate about crafts being passed on through the generations. It’s a joy for Emma to witness this in action during the jelly tot sessions where mums, dads, carers, grandparents and toddlers come and create together.
Julie is a mixed media artists and specialises in working with paper, paper mache and textiles. She loves drawing and is influenced by illustration and nature. Julie is an experienced arts educator and has a fun and playful approach to allow creativity to flourish.
The Messy Club is an art club for disabled children and adults in Reading, led by Luisa. Luisa’s daughter Emmy has CHARGE syndrome and is deaf and it is this experience that empowered Luisa to start the Messy Club.
Sarah is one of Jelly's newest members, joining the team in 2017. Her artistic background is as a primary school teacher for 15 years. Sarah first got to know Jelly Tots as a mum taking her young daughter to sessions. Now she's loving sharing the joy of art and craft with children and grown up at St Luke's.
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