HSed Project is subject of academic article
Alistair Galt who led the teams from Durham University last year has just published an online article about the experience of taking part in the project. You can read the article online at the link below.
NECT secures funding from Key Fund
In December the Trust successfully secured funding from Key Fund, who specialise in supporting social enterprises to enable them to develop, grow and increase their community, economic and environmental impact. The funding which is for one year, will allow the Trust to develop its systems and adapt to the continued changes in the markets in which it operates.
To find out more visit Key Fund
Upholstery apprentice blog
our upholstery apprentice Glynnis Manning, who is working with Stephen Ball has started a blog telling of her training. You can follow her progress here http://upholsterersapprentice.blogspot.co.uk/
Cumbria Heritage Skills Festival 2012
Thank you to all who came along to the Cumbria Heritage skills festival 2012 and made it an excellent weekend. . The crowds were kept entertained by a variety of acts including Morris Men, Musicians and Street Theatre. More than 800 people attended the skills festival, many of them visiting Heron Corn Mill for the first time.
Opportunities for community consultation
....will be posted here.