As an organisation, we support a broad range of community-based projects spanning across the arts, education, and policy sectors. In every project, we strive to support the holistic development of Clyde’s coastal communities and our goal is to empower them through community regeneration, historical and cultural development, and the arts.
Find out more about how you can get involved with our work, by exploring the different projects we are working on below.
We support a range of community-based projects spanning the arts, education, and policy. These projects are geared towards developing and supporting coastal communities, with a particular focus on the fishing industry.
There’s a real shortage of new workers entering the fishing industry, not to mention the many barriers fishermen face if they do pursue it as a career. We are working to upskill fishing communities through the development of educational training programmes for fishermen.
Much of the culture and history of Clyde’s coastal communities are anchored within the fishing industry. As part of our commitment to celebrate this, we support a variety of creative projects that intertwine the arts and our fishing heritage, particularly in remote areas where these fields are often underdeveloped.
We are engaged in projects that contribute to the development of local policies, which will help shape the future of Clyde’s fishing communities. By supporting the local area in this way, we are working to ensure its long-term success.