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Superact is delighted to announce details of the next Health and Wellbeing tour which will see popular folk duo Belshazzar’s Feast perform from 19th to 23rd January at care homes, hospitals and commun...
Kicking off the New Year, Superact is pleased to announce that two young parents groups in Teignmouth and Exeter have successfully completed Superact's SEPE (Supporting Employability and Personal Effe...
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For part 2 of the Arts Crafts and Dignity in Care EU project, Superact artists and others have been continuing their “immersive training” to enable them to better work with adults living with learning...
As part of the ACDC project, sTimul roleplay training is provided to artists working in care. After taking part in these very emotive sessions, the participating artists were asked to write a letter ...
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Superact received an early Christmas present this December with news that it has been successful in a bid to deliver a new arts project to improve dementia care environments.  Working alongside ...
Do you cook your own homegrown veg? Have you got plants in your house? Have you ever made a flower arrangement? As part of NETPLANTS, our latest EU Erasmus Plus skills project, we want to know how y...
Christmas is an important time for families – a time to catch-up with relatives’ news, have fun, build new memories and reaffirm bonds. But how do you do that when a key member of the family has probl...
A central project amongst Superact's wellbeing work, the Health and Wellbeing Tour takes professional musicians to people without access to live music to help improve their all round wellbeing. As the...

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The Export Marketing Research Scheme (EMRS) helps companies make sound decisions when approaching a new overseas market and were instrumental in helping Superact get our SEPE course and arts delivery ...
Earlier this month, Third Sector Magazine featured Superact Director Katharine Lane in its "Day in the Life" section. Katharine is currently responsible for the Community Developme...
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Superact is pleased to announce details of two new collaborative European projects secured as part of the Erasmus Plus funding scheme. Working with other not-for-profit organisations from across the ...
Passionate about music? Want to help bring a community closer together through the arts? Yes to both? Then Superact wants to hear from you! Following the success of its Our Big Gig summer community m...
A multi-national EU skills development project led by Superact has won a national UNESCO learning award in Holland, it has been announced.  The Personal Effectiveness and Employability through t...
Following this month’s confirmation that part 2 of the Arts Crafts and Dignity in Care (ACDC) project would be funded by the EU, Superact’s resident artists embarked on a new course of “immersive” tra...
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by Mascha Wieland On Wednesday 19th November 2014 the newly formed music group New Page performed in the café of St Sidwell’s Community Centre in Exeter in front of a big, appreciative audience. The...
After two weeks of musical commemoration with over 250 events nationwide, Superact’s World War One centenary project, The Last Post, concluded in Northern Ireland on 18 November. Bringing local group...
Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness (SEPE) is a new BTEC qualification being offered by Edexcel and Superact and currently funded by the Tribal Group. The SEPE award is ...
Superact's first Indian employment project New Employment Skills For India (NESI) concluded its first eight week training programme this week with a grand finale in Mumbai on November 15th. A multi-f...
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Following a very successful Arts, Crafts and Dignity in Care conference in September, Superact and it's partners in the project were delighted to receive a second phase of funding that will allow the ...
Over the last two years, Superact has been working on the EU-funded project “Rapport: Preventing early school leaving - encouraging second chance education and apprenticeship guidance”. Superact, as ...