Social Vision expands into North Yorkshire

Social Vision expands into North Yorkshire

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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.

For the next six months we will be embedding ourselves in Selby, Hipswell and Eastfield-  meeting the leaders and organisations, reviewing the buildings and spaces that could host venues, measuring the energy and appetite of each area, and assessing local needs and gaps in provision.

And we’ll shortly be announcing a very exciting addition to our staff team!

Following on from this study, were working on attracting funding to create a network in one of these towns – replicating the success of Social Vision in York, and securing a physical space for social enterprises to flourish.

Exciting times!

If you currently deliver projects in North Yorkshire, drop us a line to get involved – joe@social-vision.org.uk

This project is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

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