REMADE Creative Regeneration


Project Information

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Padiham (Burnley)

Lumb Mill (Rossendale)

Peel Park (Hyndburn)

Waterside (Colne)

Wyre Coastal Path

During the programme we employed 48 artists who ran 209 participatory sessions with 5,327 participants and 27 events with 6,707 attendees as well as making 12 permanent and 4 temporary artworks; 7 films; 4 publications and much more. See individual project pages for more details.

REMADE Creative Regeneration

The REMADE Creative Engagement Programme worked with communities to consult and encourage value of the sites, allowing the recognition of new usages for the areas.

Mid Pennine Arts was appointed to project manage the programme, the overall aims of which were to:

- Embed creativity and the arts into the strategic regeneration process

- Work with the REMADE team on the physical regeneration of selected key sites

- Enable communities and artists to influence, shape and adapt their environment

- Commission and create high quality art in the public realm

- Add a creative dimension to the resulting green spaces and facilities

- Develop an enhanced sense of place within local communities

- Promote and enhance Lancashire's heritage and cultural tourism offer

- Demonstrate innovative processes and best practice that will inform future work



Previous Events

  • Art of Destination
    Art of Destination
    Held on 29 March 2012
  • Padiham Greenway
    Padiham Greenway
    This REMADE Creative Regeneration project involved the redevelopment and transformation of a derelict railway line between Rosegrove and Padiham in Burnley to a greenway.
  • Waterside, Wyre & Lumb
  • Peel Park
    Peel Park
    The Peel Park Creative Engagement programme ran from early 2010 to April 2012 and consisted of two distinct creative projects.
  • Preston to Bamber Bridge Greenway
    Preston to Bamber Bridge Greenway
    Part of the REMADE Creative Regeneration programme