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Our impact

Our charity works very hard to make a positive impact on young people. Below is a collection of films/documentaries, along with television and radio appearances, which we hope collectively highlights the positive impact that our charitable work has in Norfolk schools and on our all-important young people.


No Straight Lines

Our charity's main film (2022)

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No Straight Lines (directed by Louis Johnson) is a film that represents our connection to nature, alternative-education and the spirit of doing things a little differently, nested inside the subject of school gardening and the work of our charity, proving the beneficial impact school gardening has on young people, educators and their wider communities.

You can view No Straight Lines below via YouTube:


Other examples our impact

Below is a collection of short films, interviews, television and radio broadcasts that help to highlight the impact of charitable work.

A Word on Mental Health

 

The Allotment Project (Project 1): A short documentary

 

Thoughts from the School Allotment (Part 1) - how to start!

 

Thoughts from the School Allotment (Part 2)

 

Thoughts from the School Allotment (Part 3)

 

Thoughts from the School Allotment (Part 4)

 

Thoughts from the School Allotment (Part 5)

 

Reepham Allotment Project flyover (2020)

 

No Straight Lines: Prologue 'Why?'

 

BBC Look East (July 2018)

 

The Official Launch Of The Papillon Project (That's TV Norfolk)

 

The charitable work of The Papillon Project

 

WildEast - The Papillon Project at Reepham High School, Norfolk

 

No Straight Lines film teaser

 

'Cocoon Boxes' for Norfolk schools (2022)!

 

BBC Radio Norfolk 📻 comes to visit Smithdon High School's (Hunstanton) allotment (June 2022)

 

BBC Radio Norfolk 📻 comes to visit King's Lynn Academy's two school allotments (June 2022)

 

BBC Radio Norfolk 📻 comes to visit Downham Market Academy's allotment (June 2022)

 

BBC Radio Norfolk 📻 comes to visit The Hewett Academy's school allotment (July 2022)

 

BBC Radio Norfolk 📻 comes to visit Thorpe St Andrew School & Sixth Form's allotment (July 2022)