Liverpool Culture Company, Age Concern Liverpool, Celebr8 Don't Discrimin8, and North West Disability Arts Forum, teamed up to work with the over-50s in the creative communities initiative.
What does CCI stand for?
CCI stands for Creative Communities Initiative (various locations)
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We have 553 other meanings of CCI in our Acronym Attic
- Cotton Corporation of India Ltd.
- Cotton Council International
- Country Coach International (RV manufacturer)
- Countrywide Credit Industries (California)
- Cour Canadienne de l'Impôt (French: Tax Court of Canada)
- Cours de Chefs et d'Instructeurs
- Crafts Council of India
- Cranio-Cervical Instability
- Creative Chemistry on the Internet
- Creative Commons International (various locations)
- Creative Controls, Inc.
- Cricket Club of India
- Crisis Control Institute (science fiction)
- Critical Corrosion Inspection (periodic inspection done on USAF aircraft)
- Crop Country Inventory
- Cross Cancer Institute
- Cross Country International (equestrian vacations)
- Cross-Channel Interference
- Cross-Cultural Institute
- Cross-Cutting Issue (various organizations)
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Liverpool Culture Company's Creative Communities Initiative has funded the project.
The Seacycles event is supported by the Liverpool Culture Company's Creative Communities initiative and Arts For All, and artists have worked with Granby Adult Learning, Marybone Youth and Community Association and Clubmoor Children's Centre.
The afternoon was funded by Liverpool Culture Company's creative communities initiative, Liverpool community college and local businesses CAPTION(S): LIT UP: The Southport fireworks Picture: GARETH JONES
The walk is organised by the Merseyside Council of Faiths and backed by the Culture Company's Creative Communities initiative.
Latin dance nights, music, cuisine and a Spanish-speaking circus were organised by All Things Latin and funded by the Liverpool Culture Company's creative communities initiative.
The youngsters will also discuss the history of Liverpool's docks and explore their own dreams as part of the project, supported by the Culture Company's creative communities initiative.