Phil Horrell, the Deputy Regulator (who has been in the CIC office since the beginning of time!), presented at his last CIC event before retirement and jetting off to sunnier climes (Australia so I’m told).
My father and grandfather both miners in the Welsh valleys, had a saying 'the tools are on the bar' to call the end of a shift. At the end of October and after 41 years of public service, I will be …
Fair Do’s began as an independent business set up by Jan Tucker and moved to Canton, Cardiff in 1998.
Bike Tours for the Wounded aka BT4TW became a CIC in June 2014.
Wellfit Health and Wellbeing became a CIC in 2012 and celebrated its 4th anniversary in July. It was just like any other birthday, there was a cake, there was fizz, there was a speech and a toast.
Belfast Child CIC was born in March 2013 and founded by me. As I saw the need for a motivating 'off the street' programme for young people in Belfast.
The Bunker is a great example of a community interest company (CIC). We aim to tackle cultural barriers through interactive music projects.
I’m Helen Huish, my name may be familiar to you all. I have worked in this office for the last 11 years, which means I am the longest serving member not Phil Horrell. I beat him by 2 weeks!
Rhubarb Farm became a CIC in October 2009. It is a small social enterprise on the north Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire border.
We had an idea to improve the lives of older people in our local area.