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April, 2014
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A magazine promoting and celebrating arts and culture in Charnwood in 2014

The Heart of 3 Cities newspaper is an annual publication from Charnwood Arts that highlights a variety of arts and cultural events for the coming summer season along with arts related news stories from the local area. Serving the entirety of Charnwood, Heart of 3 Cities is designed to link people to creative events and projects taking place in the locality whilst celebrating Charnwood’s unique location between and relationship with the cities of Leicester, Nottingham and Derby in the East Midlands. 

In this edition, the forward was written by Kevin Ryan the CEO of Charnwood arts he reflects on key projects as well as the journey of the organisations through the years.  

The publications highlights key projects in the cultural calendar including large features on the Charnwood Great War Centenary Project and  celebrating 10 years of Glastonbudget. Also covered by the publication are the Read Me, Write Me, Draw Me, Tell Me - Children’s Literature Festival, Leicestershire and Rutland Young Artists Open Exhibition, ArtZone on the Move, Free Art Friday (visual arts) - Leaving Earth (rock band), Charnwood Arts on ISSUU, A Sense of Place, Majid Saeedi- Life in War, Charnwood Great War Centenary Project, Groups at Charnwood Arts’ Next Level, Here Our Voices, Picnic In The Park, Film Season: For The Love Of Children, Bradgate Park Outdoor Performances, Changing Spaces - Trading Places, Charnwood Arts - The Film: Moving Forward, Creative Exchanges: Taiwan/UK, Loughborough Mela, D-Day Film, People Making Places - Charnwood Arts PMP2020, PMP: Lost In The Great War.

As well as the work of Charnwood arts, this packed edition highlights arts projects initiated by a host of organisations including Corus Theatre. Loughborough Mela, Hospital Works and EMCCAN, Loughborough Town Hall and anon.creatives. Indoingso, the publication offers a great insight into what was happening in Charnwood during 2014. 

A Charnwood Arts Project