Super Slow Way are working with communities up and down the canal to make their ideas happen. Recently we launched our Super Small Ways project, aimed at helping people living along the canal realise ideas that would engage with people locally and do something different along the waterways.
Ideas were selected based on how well they responded to the canal, engaged with people and would provide a good experience for people doing them. We chose projects ranging from reawakening outdoor areas by the canal to musical performances on boats, storytelling days for families to cycling tours along the water. With over twenty projects selected, we are excited to see a wide range of things happening along this stretch of the canal from this April.
People and projects are listed below.
For full details see the What’s On section of the website!
Lesley Fox – Tree planting in Blackburn
Kulsum Chishti – Blackburn Fun day
Rowan Siemens – Signposted walk in Blackburn
Stephen Quinn – Blackburn Lighting project
David Wilson – Blackburn Community carnival
Julie Astley – Blackburn Photography and picnic
Alfie Hoole – Blackburn Graffiti and pasting
Kerris Casey-St.Pierre – Blackburn art events
Orrin Whitehead-St.Pierre – Blackburn Photography workshops
Dean – lead cycling rides in Blackburn
Lainy Davies – Burnley Samba Band
Lisa Ryan – Burnley planting and regeneration project
Jamie Cunningham – Burnley Video + exhibition
Tanis Law – writing workshops on Furor Scribendi
Susan Allonby – Storytelling in Nelson
Maddie Knight – Storytelling and lighting in Oswaldtwistle
The Digital Connectors Pendle Film screenings
Andrew Mather – Organised walks/treasure hunt in Rishton
Scott Robertson – Guitar recital on Furor Scribendi
Phillippe Handford – Pendle Sculpture
Charlotte Furness – Pendle Writing events