.COMMUNITY. TRUST.HONESTY. RESPECT.
Spider Project has been on the Wirral since 2007. We are a creative arts and well-being recovery community project.
We offer a wide range of Creative Arts courses, Holistic Therapies and Physical Exercise sessions. Many of the courses we provide are accredited and you can gain valuable qualifications through our Open Awards programmes. Getting involved at Spider helps you build self-belief, increase confidence and make new friends. All of this strengthens your on going recovery and keeps you strong for what life throws your way.
We actively encourage anyone to get involved with our Volunteering Programme. Many of our volunteers are former members and form an integral part of the Spider community. Further info on volunteering can be found on this site.
Spider Project helps get you ready for the world of work, training and/ or college. Many of our members have gone on to gain full time employment or moved on to access further and higher education.
The project is built on Community-Trust-Honesty-Respect!!
We believe everybody has a place within our community and everyone is an ASSET!!
Health and Well-being 2018 award
Left: Mel Bowen (Head of Project) and Steve Rotherham (Liverpool's Metro Mayor)
A short film based on the play Farewell Welfare by Collective Encounters. Collective Encounters is a professional arts organisation running workshops & creating performances with the homeless & recovery community across Greater Merseyside through the Transitions project. Transitions provide courses & workshops to develop skills, confidence & gain qualifications.