Having successfully established a community football club for young people on disused parkland, Huyton Juniors then turned its attention to regenerating the space into a permanent community asset.
When FC United set up as a supporter-owned football club, they weren’t to know how rewarding their role in the community would come to be.
Growing the aspirations of young people in one of the most diverse and disadvantaged places in the country
A sports club that is transforming a deprived district of St Helens
A regenerated market hall providing a local and ethical community space
The Green Estate has turned wasteland into an attraction, challenging negative perceptions and providing employment.
A diverse community café and LGBT+ centre uniting residents in an inclusive space
A community-owned cooperative uniquely combining skateboarding with community development
Breathing new life into an iconic local heritage asset
A community-led garden centre improving wellbeing and social inclusion
Restoring a Victorian grade II listed ballroom for community use
Building opportunities for young people and housing for vulnerable adults
Improving their neighbourhood brick by brick and loaf by loaf
A housing and regeneration project behind the Turner Prize
A community business supporting disabled adults into employment
Upgrading the first community-owned health and wellbeing centre in Leeds