We had an amazing weekend running creative upcycling workshops at the festival, started by Wayne Hemmingway and run this year in association with the Wilderness Festival.

Congratulations to the first group of young people who have completed our volunteer training as part of our BIG-UP programme!

Our beautiful car can now be seen - still in hot pink - but now with added silver flames!

We have been holding a drop in session at New Parks Library where people who are interested in volunteering with us on our BIG-UP program can meet with our BIG-UP volunteer co-ordinator Kelly Grace.

Soft Touch's distinctive musical car showed off its new red colour scheme to the hundreds of people who came to the Queens Road Fair on Sunday.

We're very excited to announce our plans to relocate to a new city centre base at 50 New Walk. 

Soft Touch has once again supported the Clarendon Park Fair, which was held on Sunday 4 December on Queens Road.

Soft Touch has a commitment to supporting our staff and volunteers to undertake training which be useful in the work they do for us.

Soft Touch's SHEStylers project was proud to present an exhibition that celebrated work carried out in the city and county to support young parents.

To celebrate our the twenty-fifth anniversary of Soft Touch, we have been conducting interviews with people who have worked on projects from each of the twenty five years.

Five young people who took part in our Creative Mentors programme have been awarded a Bronze Arts Award, a level 1 NVQ qualification.

The book highlights that these are issues of growing interest beyond the disciplinary areas of refugee studies, migration studies, and social policy.

A group of unsung heroes from Leicestershire were honoured at the fourth annual Leicestershire First Awards ceremony.

Soft Touch is celebrating after being awarded a major grant from the Big Lottery's Reaching Communities Programme.

On 19 June, we supported the Clarendon Park summer fair.

Ben Clarke attended the Young Brits at Art launch, hosted by the Human Rights Commission at the Tate Modern in London in November 2009.

Streetdreamz were awarded best camerawork. Soft Touch Arts have been supporting Streetdreamz throughout the production of their film with funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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