Added to Creative stoke, 8th February 2011

The new trailer for Blood & Bone China, a vampire series filmed and set in Stoke-on-Trent…

Film-maker Ashley Morris, currently studying for a Masters degree in Film Production: Practice & Theory at Staffordshire University, is making a film called Jobseekers. This will document the recession in the jobs market in Stoke-on-Trent, blending drama with real-life interviews. Burslem-based Ashley is now seeking people to interview, and also actors who have been affected by the recession. The film centres on three unemployed males and three women Jobcentre workers. Interested? Contact Ashley at:

Are you planning how to raise money for your organisation, after taxpayer subsidies are withdrawn? The National Council for Voluntary Organisations has just published the final report of its Funding Commission, Funding the Future. This sets out a…

“ten-year framework for how the voluntary and community sector can stay financially resilient [and] suggests that individual giving can be increased from £11.3 billion to £20 billion by 2020 through increased donor engagement, better fundraising approaches and via a ‘Better Asking’ Campaign […] The report also explores how to […] increase trading income and commercial sector support and attract more private sector investment.”


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