Archived Projects

These projects have taken place more than 12 months in the past. Take a look at our most recently supported projects.

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Barbara O'Rourke Dance Festival

Warwickshire Crimebeat were pleased to support the Barbara O'Rourke Dance Festival, which took place in Leamington's Royal Priors shopping centre.

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Fighting for Fairness by Boxing Clever Academy

Warwickshire Crimebeat was pleased to support the “Fighting for Fairness” project, an initiative organised by the Boxing Clever Academy in Bedworth.

Street Safe Kenilworth

A self protection skills course, devised and led by Mark Broadhurst and his family.

Foundry Wood intervention programme for Secondary Schools

The Foundry Wood intervention programme for Secondary Schools was organised by Achieving Results in Communities CIC and ran from September 2020 until the start of February 2021.

Recognition & Respect 2 Day Programme

Cohort 4 adapted their Recognition & Respect Programme to deliver it over 2 days to a group of young asylum seeking girls in Warwick.

A Band of Brothers Leamington Engagement Project

From January we ran the engagement process where we worked with various organisations to support the recruitment of young men involved in the criminal justice system or at risk of being involved in the criminal justice system.

Youth Against Homelessness

A group of young people from Leamington were awarded funding to support their “Youth Against Homelessness” project; raising awareness around homelessness.

Youth Club Summer Fun @ The Gap

The Gap Community Centre Youth Club were successful in their application to Warwickshire Crimebeat for funding for its Summer Fun project.

Right to Read and Fun with Numbers

A project run by volunteers from University of Warwick to encourage children to read and have fun with numbers.

Summer Beatz Project

The Summer Beatz project, based at LAMP, an alternative education setting in Leamington, was awarded funding from Warwickshire Crimebeat.

Crimebeat Proud to Continue Support Street Aware

The Street Aware schools drug and alcohol educational programme, is designed to help young people in Warwickshire build their resilience to enable them to make safer life choices with regard to substance misuse and risky behaviour.

Hash Green Youth Club Anti-Bullying Campaign

“Successful completion of the anti-bullying graffiti by the Hash Green Youth Club. All those involved greatly enjoyed the painting and the team work. A big thank you to Warwickshire Crimebeat for supporting us.” Below are some photos of the project.