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Resources

Fixers are tackling a huge range of issues by creating an enormous variety of resources, including short films and documentaries, animations, music videos, viral ads, websites, apps, books, promotional literature, teaching packs, school workshops, and more.

 

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Kevin McKenchie has created a website with the help of Fixers to act as a central hub for all Bristol activities. 

He and his team want to see participation in gigs, courses and events and a positive nurturing of local talent.

We Are Bristol

Kevin McKenchie has created a website with the help of Fixers to act as a central hub for all Bristol activities. He and his team want to see participation in gigs, courses and events and a positive nurturing of local talent.

Issues: Work+Play

Woolwich Fixer Lexi Maize, 26, wants to promote dance and other creative projects in his area of London, because he feels the arts are a positive outlet for young people and encourages them stay off the street. With Fixers, he has created a website called ‘Upside Down Dance’, offering youth information about the dance classes as well as other opportunities to gain creative skills.

Upsidedown dance

Woolwich Fixer Lexi Maize, 26, wants to promote dance and other creative projects in his area of London, because he feels the arts are a positive outlet for young people and encourages them stay off the street. With Fixers, he has created a website called ‘Upside Down Dance’, offering youth information about the dance classes as well as other opportunities to gain creative skills.

Issues: Work+Play

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Ask Joe

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Issues: Work+Play

Gloucestershire Fixer Callum Coles, 17, and his team want to show young people what there is to do in their county. They’ve helped create this website, listing everything from sports teams to arts festivals, in the hope that they can encourage others their age to make the most of the activities available to them.

What Where When Gloucestershire - Youth Activities Website

Gloucestershire Fixer Callum Coles, 17, and his team want to show young people what there is to do in their county. They’ve helped create this website, listing everything from sports teams to arts festivals, in the hope that they can encourage others their age to make the most of the activities available to them.

Issues: Work+Play

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