Your opportunity to be part of the first international learning festival in Doncaster

Doncaster Remake Learning Days Festival will take place 25th May - 3rd June. Organisations, businesses and providers in Doncaster can collaborate to host activities as part of the festival, with funding available to support the delivery.

Doncaster Council has partnered with Remake Learning to host the first Doncaster Remake Learning Days Festival (25th May – 3rd June) to offer engaging and inclusive learning experiences and activities for all, across the city.

We are looking to collaborate with organisations, businesses and providers in Doncaster to host activities as part of the festival, with funding available to support the delivery. These activities could focus on developing skills and interest within areas such as arts, crafting and making, outdoor learning, science, technology, youth voice, professional development and more.

The festival aims to celebrate and highlight existing learning opportunities, as well as create new opportunities that will spark new interests and passions for residents of all ages.

Remake Learning is an internationally acclaimed movement to make learning relevant, engaging, inclusive and equitable across and within local communities and we are excited to be collaborating with the organisation and becoming the first place in the UK to bring its approach to our city.

How can you get involved?

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(Deadline for applications is 7 April 2023)

We are currently accepting expressions of interest from organisations, learning providers and businesses to take part in this festival by:

  • Applying to host one or more new events/activities to provide learning experiences for young people, families and adults
  • Letting us know what activities you already have planned for these dates
  • Letting us know if you would be willing to provide a venue for an event or to promote the festival to your networks.

 What's in it for you?

  • Opportunity to promote and showcase your organisation and its offer to both your local community and a global audience; raising your profile and being part of something bigger, something that will grow across Doncaster year on year as part of our Education & Skills 2030 Strategy
  • Opportunity to support people in our city to have positive and engaging experiences, to raise aspirations in your local communities, lighting a fire in the children and young people who will be our future workforce
  • Opportunity to apply for grant funding to support your activities, up to a maximum of £1,000 (assessed and awarded on a rolling basis)

Want to find out more?

Further information about the festival and what’s required from event hosts can be found here:

To find out more about being an event host and applying for funding, email:

You can also read about the wider international festival here:


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