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Arts Council: Great Place Project
The Evaluation and Impact team at Teesside University worked with the Arts Council on the Heritage Lottery funded Great Place Project.

Challenge

There was an evaluation of the Heritage Lottery funded Great Place Project, which uses culture and arts to connect communities across the Tees Valley and to coalesce a positive and authentic sense of belonging across the region.

The aim of the evaluation of the project is to investigate the individual conditions that have contributed to the project achieving its ambitions.

Solution

The University explored the impact on local pride and a positive sense of place and understood the contribution of the project in terms of a sustainable legacy of cultural belonging and sense of place across the Tees Valley.

Impact

The outcome allows different elements of the project to contextualise their place-based approaches.



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