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We provide services for the local community to build resilience and cohesion, and offer opportunities to improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people and those experiencing social or economic disadvantage.
Abram Ward Community Cooperative has developed the Made in Wigan project that aims provides support to communities to increase Community Empowerment. Support includes Community Organizing and Neighborhood Planning, provision of Business Incubation hubs, plus Enterprise Coaching and Start Up and Scale Up support
AGB support & listen to residents of Greater Bedminster, creating opportunities for discussion, networking and practical action/learning opportunities. We work together with local councillors, service providers, business, organisations and residents to make a positive difference in our community by raising awareness of important local initiatives & opportunities.
Acton Arts Project is a CIC made up of local residents. Our shared objective; to stop the Old Library building, being sold to developers. It was decided that a cinema would be an inclusive and popular use of the ground floor space and the ideal way to re-purpose the building. With a café and space for local artists to display their work, our project will welcome our community.
We provide a safe and inclusive centre that puts community at the heart of its diverse projects. Empowering people, enabling change and creating a sustainable future. We have taken an old adventure playground and turned it into a community hub that is run by self employed community members and volunteers. We offer a wide range of projects and activities.
Acumen Community Buildings is bringing a Grade 2* listed building, The Old Rectory in Houghton-le-Spring into community use. It offers office and co-working space for social entrepreneurs and social and community enterprises. It is also energising and inspiring sustainable social action to improve the social and economic well-being of people and the community as a whole
works with groups to help them develop their enterprise potential – includes feasibility, marketing, finance, governance, and impact modelling
Adventure Hyndburn focuses on supporting children and families delivering services to improve skills, confidence and resilience. We operate a series of nurseries and deliver innovative Forest Schools, food growing / cooking initiatives commissioned by schools and other agencies. Our largest site The Park hosts council services and is a community anchor in the town
AUK Mid Devon provides a range of information& advice services, support and health & wellbeing services to improve quality of life.
Amble Development Trust is charged with the regeneration of the town, fulfilling major infrastructure programmes as well as community development projects
We create partnerships between Mutual Home Ownership Societies and Community Benefit Societies to create amazing places for people to live and work. Places owned and run by local residents and users.
Arrive Alive is Britains only registered charity solely dedicated to funding vital lifesaving vehicles and equipment for Community First Responders (CFR’s). CFR’s are medically trained volunteers who are regulated and dispatched to frontline life threatening 999 calls by West Midlands Ambulance Service.
We run The Hub at Ashmore Park which is home to a Community Centre, Cafe, Library and Fitness Centre and offers a wide range of local facilities. For over 20 years we have supported our community by running an array of events and hosting community organisations and activities. In 2017 we were awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the MBE for voluntary groups.
The Centre engages with children, young people and their families to establish long term relationships to develop activities based on the whole family needs. The purpose is to encourage community cohesion and support children and young people’s development through play, youth work and sports.
We are consulting on establishing a new community centre in Aylesham, Kent. The village is set to double in size, and we want a new social hub fit for the future.