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Closed 03/07/2017

£400raised of £4,500 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £400 to create a Creative Computing Centre to provide the local community with an opportunity to engage with technology in a fun and worthwhile way.

    Ipswich, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 3rd July 2017

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    The Creative Computing Club has already had a great deal of positive impact on Suffolk and with great consideration we feel that having our own venue is the next step for it to be able to best support the local community.

    The Creative Computing Club has been growing for the last five years and will continue to grow, the only thing that is holding us back is the capacity of our existing venue.

    We are constantly reviewing the services we offer to young people of Ipswich and want to be able to offer more such as parent and child sessions, school workshops as well as more regular weekly groups.

    The Creative Computing Club was set up to address a problem in Suffolk and and by having this venue it will be able to offer more.

    The Creative Computing Club CIC needs to grow to better serve the community and to allow it to do more adventurous projects. We have some really exciting plans. But we are a small not-for-profit organisation so we will need help from the community to achieve this.

    If anyone knows anyone who (who would like to donate to the project or knows about buildings) or anything (couches, tables, chairs) that could be of use to the project please let us know.



    • Matthew Applegate2 years ago
      Matthew Applegate

      Matthew Applegate

      2 years ago

      Get your name on our sponsor wall! Get your company in front of the next generation of technologists! We are building a new Creative Computing Centre to engage young people in using technology in Suffolk. Help support a great project and get recognition for you or your company. £Only 50.00 for an A4 framed logo / name to be placed in our main entrance.

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    • Tony Barker, Orange Punch

      Tony Barker, Orange Punch

      Jun 14, 2017

      Very pleased to support in a small way your amazing work.


    • Liz Minns

      Liz Minns

      Jun 13, 2017

      Good luck for a worthy cause :-) From Ann Minns (Harry Handley's Nan)


    • Clare Simmonds

      Clare Simmonds

      Jun 8, 2017

    • Toby Durrant

      Toby Durrant

      Jun 8, 2017

      Good luck Matt - what a fantastic project.


    • Ruth Sparkes

      Ruth Sparkes

      Jun 8, 2017

      A helping hand :-)


    • Caroline Handley

      Caroline Handley

      Jun 8, 2017

      Matt - you are so supportive we are very happy to donate to this wonderful cause where so many doors could be opened for students.


    • Peter Lee

      Peter Lee

      Jun 4, 2017

      Hi Matt, here's a starter for 10. Looking forward to raising additional funds via a sponsored swim. Also to help with professional support & corporate sponsorship from Coderus. Best, Peter


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    Matthew Applegate

    Matthew Applegate

    Ipswich, United Kingdom

    Creative Computing Club provides technology based learning opportunities for all ages and abilities to participants in Suffolk. We deliver courses on computer programming, video game design, hardware programming, web development, electronics, robotics and more.

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