The University of York helps deliver one of the biggest pieces of scientific research ever in English uplands – tackling the impacts of extreme weather
York Women’s Counselling Service, a group of volunteers based in York has just been awarded The King’s Award for Voluntary Service.
The busy Christmas period is almost upon us! Whilst that means lots of seasonal joy and excitement, it is also often the busiest time of the year for local charities and social enterprises. This means
Social Enterprise Yorkshire & Humber (SEYH) are hosting their annual Awards Ceremony at the Museum Garden’s Hospitium on 7th March 2024. Applications are now open – find out more….
The Arts for Impact campaign aims to raise £2 million for the sector, with match funding of up to £10,000 for charities in the creative industries.
York Minster and York hotel and restaurant, Grays Court and The Bow Room, are delighted to announce that they have ‘broken ground’ on the transformation of the space in between the Minster and Grays Court which houses the statue of St Peter.
October is Black History Month, and the theme for this year is ‘Saluting our Sisters’. There are events happening all the country, with many events in Yorkshire. Yet for York, it seems that not much
Our storyteller, Lara, reflects on a summer of monkey business at Homestead Park, York
We’re super-excited to have been commissioned by North Yorkshire Council to deliver a Feasibility Study assessing the viability of three towns to host a social enterprise network.
We were delighted to be asked to nominate local charity Move the Masses for The Kings Award for Voluntary Service – the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK.
PWP Design are our Landscape Architect partners for our Homestead Park project, and will be working on a summary master plan for the Park. Beth Pouncey, Assistant Landscape Architect at PWP, joined us for our last event in August and provides an update on our work reimagining the future of Homestead Park
Bolshee Young Creatives is a new initiative for curious and adventurous young people who want to be creative in all sorts of ways and want to make things happen in York
Okay, so here’s the deal. On the 27th of July, something epic went down at Homestead Park. We hosted this super cool event, and guess what? Over 100 of you fabulous folks showed up, ready to rock and roll! You guys totally impressed the Social Vision team with your enthusiasm and awesome ideas.
Kyra Women’s Project is hosting it’s first professional conference, a full day event of insightful presentations, keynote speeches and a tour of the premises
Did you know that Homestead Park had its very own Monkey House nearly a hundred years ago?! Help us find them
We’ve got some exciting news to share! You know that amazing green gem in our city, the Homestead Park? Yeah, that one – it’s about to get even better, and we need your help to make it happen!
Join us on an extraordinary journey of imagination, transformation, and community building, as we embark on a mission to create a park that truly reflects the heart and soul of York.
Egg Cameron, the enigmatic and inspirational founder of York charity Move the Masses has moved on to a new role in Cheshire.
Joe caught up with Siân from Moving Minds, based at York St John, to find out more about an innovative new dementia project that uses dance to engage it’s participants
Sharron Smith has been appointed the new CEO of York Carers Centre as of April 2023.
Explore York Libraries and Archives are looking for two freelance artists who are passionate about York’s history for an exciting project this autumn.
You’ll know how we feel about research here at Social Vision – it’s so important yet so specialised, expensive and time-consuming for busy organisations. We’ve partnered with York St John for the last two years
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2023 (15th-21st May), led by the Mental Health Foundation, and this year’s focus is Anxiety. Every year, Mental Health Awareness Week serves as an excellent reminder of the importance of taking