Author: Harriet Vickers

Creative Christmas Event with Creative HUT

This Christmas, Creative HUT and The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation, bring to you a Creative Christmas. The event will include many fun-filled Creative & STEAM activities for you and your family absolutely free of charge! We will be hosting a series of construction experiences with LEGO® bricks and robotics workshops designed to encourage…Read more »

We want to hear from you!

We’re taking this time to look into the lasting impact of our work so we can learn how best to preserve this unique achievement and legacy. The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation has been working for over twenty-five years to resolve conflict and build peace. This month we’ll be marking twenty-eight years since the…Read more »

Greater Manchester Community Action Champions workshops

Do you live or work in Burnage, Longsight, Moss Side, Levenshulme, Salford, Bury, or Bolton? Would you like to: Share knowledge about your community? Develop your understanding of issues of hateful extremism, prejudice, and discrimination? Enhance skills in problem-solving and conflict resolution? In partnership with the RADEQUAL campaign, we’re facilitating a series of workshops for…Read more »

Mothers’ Day Cast Interview

In 2018 the BBC transmitted Mothers’ Day, a factual drama based on the events of the IRA bombing of Warrington in 1993 which took the lives of Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball. 54 others were injured, some seriously. The incident shocked the nation and gained worldwide publicity. Following the release of ‘Mother’s Day’ Colin and Wendy…Read more »

Blackburn with Darwen Community Voices

When Darwen residents got talking at a recent Community Voices event, a couple of them realised that they had lived in the same street for years, yet had never met or spoken before. They found that they had lots in common, and made a new connection. At another event in the Bank Top area of…Read more »

Manchester Arena attack: support and advice

Since 22ndMay 2017 the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation has provided assistance to more than 800 people affected by the Manchester Arena attack.  The Peace Foundation, set up in the aftermath of the terror attack in Warrington in 1993, part-funded by the Ministry of Justice, has extensive experience in supporting people in the aftermath…Read more »

Peace Foundation Celebrates Small Steps for Peace with Bradford Schools

The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation is looking forward to holding a graduation ceremony at Warrington’s iconic Peace Centre on Monday 8thApril, to bestow ‘peace builder’ awards to children who have completed their “Small Steps for Peace” course, devised by the Foundation. The charity has been working with four Bradford primary schools to teach…Read more »