The Carousel Project have secured funds from Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver ‘Stories from the Landscape’, an ambitious community heritage project in partnership with Stoke Canon C of E Primary School and National Trust Killerton.

The Carousel Project have secured funds from Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver ‘Stories from the Landscape’, an ambitious community heritage project in partnership with Stoke Canon C of E Primary School and National Trust Killerton. The project will look at features in the landscape of the Killerton estate, focusing on the traditionally managed orchards, the Iron Age site of Dolbury Hillfort, and Killerton gardens with…

ExploraTale Evaluation now available – bringing books to life for early years families in Devon

ExploraTale has been a unique and successful project delivered in partnership between The Carousel Project, which is a Devon based arts organisation, and three diverse Devon libraries at Exeter, Tiverton and Honiton. The ExploraTale was an innovative partnership that achieved more together, through promoting the library as well as nurturing creativity and early years development…

Who built this beautiful web?” asked the owl…

Who built this beautiful web?” asked the owl. Join us for ExploraTale this week as we rummage among the sticks and leaves to find our 8 legged friends. Get caught in our giant web, like the pesty fly in Eric Carle’s tactile book The Very Busy Spider. Come and get busy with us! Fridays, 10.00…

Attention local cider lovers…

Carousel have secured funds from Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver ‘Stories from the Landscape’, an ambitious community heritage project in partnership with Stoke Canon C of E Primary School and National Trust Killerton. The project will look at features in the landscape of the Killerton estate, focusing on the traditionally managed orchards, the Iron Age site of Dolbury Hillfort, and Killerton gardens with its…

Carousel’s first academic paper has been published in the International Journal of Early Years Education!!!

We are very proud to announce that our first academic research paper; ‘Making and being made: wise humanising creativity in interdisciplinary early years arts education’ has been published in the International Journal of Early Years Education. Written by Dr Kerry Anne Chappell (Senior Lecturer at University of Exeter’s (UoE) Graduate School of Education), Tamsin Pender (Carousel…

ExploraTale starts back on Friday 16th September…

As part of the exetreme imagination 2016, Carousel is thrilled to announce that ‘ExploraTale’ will be starting back at Exeter Library, in September.  ExploraTale sessions offer early years children and their families a sensory experience exploring colour, movement, texture and sound. ‘ExploraTale’ will transform your experience of the library by taking you on an imaginative journey through…