Introduction

 
Welcome to The Breeze Culture Network.
 
The Breeze Culture Network (Yorkshire & Humber) is a collaboration between Leeds City Council’s Breeze and CapeUK.

Breeze is Leeds City Council’s offer for children and young people in the city which includes a website, BreezeLeeds.org for all children and young people aged 0-19 from Leeds (and their families) who are looking for positive things to do. Breeze also organises events for children, young people and families across the city throughout the year. Breeze Culture Network was, up until 2014, a sister site of www.breezeleeds.org and focused entirely on Leeds.

CapeUK is an education based charity that supports the adults to deliver creative education in both formal and informal settings combining creative arts with education and training for young people. As the Arts Council Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire & Humber CapeUK is working with the arts and cultural sectors in the region to help children and young people have access to great arts experiences. For more information about this role, please visit the Arts Council Bridge section of the CapeUK website.

In 2014 CapeUK collaborated with Breeze to expand the existing Breeze Culture Network into the Yorkshire & Humber region to help meet their objectives.
 
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The term ‘Breeze Culture Network’ or ‘us’ or ‘we’ refers to Leeds City Council, owner of this website whose registered office is Leeds City Council, Civic Hall, Leeds, LS1 1UR. The term ‘you’ refers to the user or viewer of our website.

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