The first round of bids for the government’s £150 million Community Ownership Fund is now open. The Fund has been established to help communities take ownership of ‘at risk’ assets and continue benefiting from the [...]
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The Spark Programme is funded through The Transforming West Cumbria (TWC) Programme as part of Sellafield’s SiX (Social impact Multiplied) Programme Spark is a bespoke programme of support available to both existing social enterprises [...]
The Cumbria Social Enterprise Partnership (CSEP) delivers a Business Support Programme on behalf of Cumbria County Council. The programme funds two days of specialist consultancy support, which can help a group form a new social [...]
Cumbria Community Resilience Group, Cumbria Community Foundation, ACT, Cumbria CVS and the Cumbria Funders' Network are working together to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise sector [...]
from 2.00pm to 3.30pm We know that since the pandemic reared its head a year ago, everyone has had to make huge changes to their lifestyles and many social enterprises have had to adapt to [...]
To be held on Tuesday, 23rd March from 2pm to 3.30pm Entries are now open for this year's Social Enterprise awards. The awards celebrate and honour all the great work being done by social enterprises [...]
Tuesday 26th January, 2pm to 3.30pm Please join us to share your experiences of how things have gone in 2020 coping with the challenges presented because of the Covid pandemic. This is an opportunity to [...]
We have a series of networking events planned for the new year, starting with monthly online webinars and our Social Enterprise Awards Ceremony in March. More details of the webinars, including how to book will [...]
The Cumbria Community Resilience Group has produced an updated information pack designed to help community leaders to support people in their communities. It aims to give information on the key messages and where people can access [...]
If the answer is “YES” Cumbria Social Enterprise Partnership (CSEP) can help you. The Partnership has delivered a Business Support Programme for the past 13 years in conjunction with Cumbria County Council. The programme funds up [...]