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Veronica is joined by three community business champions to discuss nurturing wellbeing in our neighbourhoods and protecting the mental health of those who are making a difference.
Community businesses rely on local people getting involved whether as volunteers, staff, or service users. But how do you encourage people from the community to take part?
Veronica meets the people behind Notts County Foundation, the charitable arm of the oldest football club in the world, Notts County FC.
Today, we’re taking the plunge and exploring how to run a community business that’s focused on outdoor activity and sport.
One Voice Blackburn’s chairman, Abrar Hussain, offers up some tips on how to adapt your business model to the ever changing needs of your local community.
In this episode, Veronica Gordon hears from two organisations who are harnessing the freedom and joy of cycling to help people in their communities.
Passionate surfer Nick Jones runs South Shields Surf School on Sandhaven beach in the North East of the UK.
In our latest mini-episode, Nudge’s Hannah Sloggett is back to give us some insider tips on how to buy community assets and give them a new lease of life.
In this episode, we hear from an organisation that is changing the aspirations and mental health of their local young people…One Voice at a time. One Voice Blackburn was set up in 2011 by a group of locals who wanted to inspire their young people to believe in themselves and value their local community through activities, events, support and charitable campaigns.
In this bonus episode, we hear from Caroline Afolabi-Deleu, the Founding Director of Success4All, a Newcastle-based charity that is fighting for education equality. Caroline will be offering up her top tips on how to set up a community business that puts children first.