Create North projects can

In a project, everyone should be a beneficiary. Strip the jargon away, and everyone involved should benefit.

To do that we believe that projects should have co-creation at their core. At Create North we always go on creative journeys together with our partners.

Because there’s no one way to do business and build communities, the projects we work on are all unique, designed to meet the specific needs and goals of everyone involved.

Here’s a snapshot of what we’re working on right now.

Create Berwick

Create North is delighted to have been commissioned by Northumberland County Council to support the development of Create Berwick a culture led regeneration programme funded by North of the Tyne Combined Authority.

Creativity Works

Creativity Works is a creative enterprise development programme that provides opportunities for creative people and creative businesses in South Durham to engage in activities in partnership with major arts organisations located in the area.

Making The Most of South Tyneside

The local Cultural Partnership Group and Create North are hooking up to host a programme of events for artists, creative practitioners, and creative micro-business to get together to explore how we can all, individually and collaboratively, benefit from making the very most of South Tyneside’s assets.


A celebration of dogs in art, designed to appeal to audiences that may not have previously engaged with art.

Celebration of Creativity

This fully-funded two day Celebration of Creativity is for arts practitioners and micro creative organisations based in County Durham. It will be hosted within Ushaw Historic House, Chapels, and Gardens on Friday Ist and Saturday 2nd April

The Creative Enterprise Hub at Ushaw

Ushaw Historic House, Chapels & Gardens is home to over 50 artists and creative practitioners — including Create North.

Amble Bord Waalk

The Bord Waalk is a new walking trail of public sculptures inspired by the bird-life found along the Amble Coast.

Enterprise in Schools

The world is full of unseen opportunities, which when you know what you’re looking for, are everywhere...

Sunningdale Schools

Roughly one in six children in Britain have recognised special educational needs. Yet most teacher-training programmes only dedicate one day to special educational needs.

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