Summer activities in Maltby 2023

Summer activities in Maltby 2023

Project overview

Over the summer holidays, Flux Rotherham and RMBC worked in partnership to deliver ‘on the doorstep’ neighbourhood fun for families at seven different community parks and green spaces in Maltby and Hellaby

With the help of artists Phil Padfield (AFFIX) and Emma Wilson, we had a fantastic time doing all kinds of creative stuff outdoors with nearly 400 children and adults taking part over the seven events.

We used clay, paint, spray paint, natural materials and recycled materials to design and make artworks both large and small, to take home and to share.

“We’d like to thank Flux Rotherham for delivering the creative family fun sessions at Hellaby and Maltby over the summer holidays, they’ve been a wonderful way for families and community to come together and have fun especially after Covid. We’re really pleased the project is working in the area, it’s a very welcome and positive thing to be part of.”  Cllr Jenny Andrews

Flux Rotherham, our partners and volunteers would like to thank everyone involved in this amazing summer of creative making. 


"I cannot but highly praise the team who clearly put so much time in, not just on the days themselves but clearly planning.

My two young daughters and their friends from the local school Redwood Academy had a fantastic experience." Hellaby Community Group Member.

It’s been brilliant meeting everyone and the team have had such a lovely welcome from people in Maltby and Hellaby. We hope we’ll see you again at future activities and events.

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