‘To inspire and enrich the lives of children and families through the transforming power of performance and participation in creative activities.’
(a) to promote, maintain and advance education by the production of educational plays and the encouragement of the art of puppetry in all its forms and to inspire and enrich the lives of children and families through the transformative power of performance and participation in creative activities.
(b) to nurture creativity, facilitate learning, develop self-confidence, unlock personal potential, raise aspirations, develop skills and explore meaning in the lives of individuals through engagement in innovative and thought provoking artist-led activities and events.
(c) to enhance the appreciation of the genral public of the value of traditional crafts and skills.
(d) to include individuals and communities from diverse social and cultural backgrounds in the presentation and transfer of traditional skills through participation and practice for the benefit of present and future generations.
(e) to establish, promote and facilitate alternative ceremonies and celebrations and to establish and provide a venue for such ceremonies.
(f) to promote learning and understanding of environmental issues, with particular reference to water, wind and the estuarine and maritime environment, maritime history, skills, traditions and technology.
(g) to assist in the regeneration of coastal, river and estuarine communities.