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20Twenty productions have been an active member of a Local Cultural Education Partnership for the last 7 years. This partnership, known as the Young Fenland Cultural Consortium (YFCC), is a network of arts organisations and educators who work together as shown below.


Due to Covid-19 the 20Twenty Productions team are no longer visiting schools. They are working hard to deliver their creative programmes in new ways ensuring the safety of all our team, teachers and of course children and young people.

To find out more about how 20Twenty Productions could work with your school please contact


We believe all young people in Fenland, aged between 5 and 19, should experience high quality art and culture right on their doorstep. They should also have the opportunity to see and take part in such activities outside the district. The YFCC is a springboard for young people wanting a career working in the arts and cultural sector.


Members of YFCC work collaboratively towards a set of outcomes agreed as a group. We use the outcomes to guide the delivery of project activities in Fenland by our own organisations.


We develop new activities where required. These can be delivered through a working group of organisations or can be commissioned. Members actively, openly and generously share project ideas, expertise and learning with each other to support high quality delivery with young people in and out of school. Members are committed to real and sustainable change and we recognise that this will take time.


Our approach to working with schools is to encourage every school to form a committment to the arts, culture and creativity and for them to make these essential skills and experiences a central part of their wider offer for children and young people.

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"Without our funders, 20Twenty Productions would not exist. In a world where all children and young people were treated with respect, equality, and afforded creative and artistic opportunities to express themselves, we would not need to."

Katherine Nightingale, CEO

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