Future Retro

After sucessfully completing the last two years of funding from the People’s Health Trust, Wisbech Projects CIC applied again to continue the groups that came from that project.
We all thought more tech would be something we’d enjoy, and we talked about creating and fixing and playing with different materials.

We were proud to be awarded over £38k in funding to take the next steps.

We’ll be showing you old crafts, new crafts, and mixing the two up using traditional books and the internet to learn new skills, together. We’re inviting all local people to join us, and will be running different workshops every few weeks to start with to see where we all want to go with this!

If you’ve ever wanted to quilt, be a hacker, learn to code Pi Picos or make a chessboard, join us and we’ll share our skills with you, or find out together!

Funded by People’s Health Trust using money raised through Health Lottery East.

People’s Health Trust is an independent charity investing in local communities to help create a society without health inequalities through funding, support and using evidence and learning to influence change. It works closely with six Community Interest Companies raising
money through The Health Lottery.

Active Communities is a funding programme for local people with great ideas about how to help create fairer places to grow, live, work and age well.