Sarah Gill founded Gro-Organic in 2011, to support her local community in North Solihull. Her aim, to help them transform waste land into vibrant community gardens and enhance their lives.
The idea for the CIC developed when I was on maternity leave in 2014, as lots of people were still contacting me for help with social impact and moving away from being dependent on grants.
The office is pleased to announce that the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CIC) Annual Report 2016 to 2017 was laid in Parliament on Tuesday 18 July 2017.
Surfability UK is a community interest company devoted to making surfing available to people who have additional needs due to disability, illness or injury. Their aim is to make surfing as inclusive as possible.
A CIC based in Plymouth who has been supporting the social enterprise and community sector across the UK for six years.
The Ealing Club became a community interest company in December 2011.
In the coming weeks, you will notice that it's much quieter than usual on this blog and the @CICRegulator Twitter account.
The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea - Isak Dinesen
I was delighted to recently take over the position of Deputy Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs).
Our CIC is run by people who are passionate about promoting the independence of people in need and the professionals already supporting those people. We wanted to make people’s lives easier with the range of services we provide. Our team …