Monthly Archives: March 2013

Michelle Greenwood-Brown at Bradley Barton School

March 28, 2013

thf_bradleybarton_mosaic

Stunning use of Helen Foundation funding here. Bradley Barton elementary school children (primary school youngsters) all had a hand in this wonderful mosaic on the lobby wall in their school. Thanks to Michelle Greenwood...[more]

THF launch new website!

March 8, 2013

thf_newwebsite2

After six months of hard work behind the scenes, we are delighted to announce the imminent re-launch of the THF website. All websites need updating from time to time and we are extremely fortunate to have two brilliant ...[more]

Helen’s Birthday – March 8th

March 8, 2013

Helen Flowers

It’s Helen’s birthday today – March 8th and we intend to celebrate. Buy flowers for a friend, raise a glass, give a dear one a big hug – and smile! Helen was good at all these. Have fun!   ...[more]

Signed MUSE shirt comes the full circle

March 7, 2013

muse signed shirt auction

Last month we featured the signed MUSE T-shirt going on charity eBay. Here’s what happened next… First, the background. James Pallister had a brilliant day back in 2004 when MUSE came to Teignmouth Community...[more]

The Animals are coming!

March 7, 2013

James Lake animals

Sculptor James Lake ran a really popular THF-funded workshop at Buckfastleigh Primary School recently. James specialises in cardboard sculpture, a medium that lends itself to creating large forms without the need for a ...[more]

New young person supported by The Helen Foundation

March 7, 2013

A new young person has recently applied successfully for a bursary from the charity whose family is under proven financial pressure. We protect the anonymity of our bursary holders and use alternative names unless they ...[more]

Ceramics Workshop with Lauren Keeley

March 2, 2013

Ceramics workshop

Year 11 Art students at Dawlish Community College enjoyed a brilliant day with Exeter-based ceramic artist Lauren Keeley on Saturday 9th February. Funded by The Helen Foundation, the day-long workshop took the 15-16 year...[more]