It’s all about collaborative, creative exploration whilst developing community resilience.   It’s joyous and the impact can be astounding.  How does it work?  We are commissioned to design and deliver projects or programmes and we also initiate our own community work.  Our team works closely with clients and communities to design and deliver the work with and for people of all ages, abilities, life-styles and cultures.  The project could, in itself, be a creative consultation, or it could, for example, work with a group on a specific issue or local history preservation.  Essential is the planning and networking we put in with local groups, schools and partners.  Together we then raise funds to deliver those projects.  The feedback is always amazing! Take a look at our projects pages to see what we’ve been up to.




“Such a brilliant exhibition with spectacular stories…. “Well done for preserving the incredible tales from the Airship Station.”

                                                                                                                                    Katherine Buckland, Heritage Eastbourne

“Involvement of local people, some with links to the airship station, has enhanced the project making it relevant and informative….The personal interest demonstrated by Creative Force has played a significant part in the success achieved”

                                                                                                                                                                              Project Participant


“Creative Force have been a pleasure to work with, are clear communicators and use innovative methods that help engage and enthuse those they work with. The priorities and ideas developed though the creative processes have shaped the direction of the group, and been used to develop the groups constitution and future direction of initiatives for the park"


                                                                                                                                                         Jo Wunsch, Chances4change