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Community Enterprise Project 

 12th February 2024

Working together to help people in Mablethorpe, Theddlethorpe, Sutton on sea and Trusthorpe.

  • Do you have an idea that could help Older and disabled people?

  • Do you need help to turn your idea into an enterprise or small community venture?

  • Are you already helping people and would like to do more?

Community Enterprise Project in Mablethorpe, Theddlethorpe, Sutton on sea and Trusthorpe.

This project is a new and exciting initiative, delivered by Lincolnshire Community Voluntary Service and in partnership with the National Centre for Rural Health & Care, and Community Catalyst. The 18-month programme offers support to local people, to set up and run their own small community enterprises who will offer a range of help and support within the home for older people and / or disabled people who want to live life their way. The project has a focus on the Mablethorpe, Theddlethorpe, Sutton on Sea and Trusthorpe area.

Community Enterprise:

All community enterprises aim to make a difference to the lives of local people. They:

  • have 8 or fewer full-time staff or volunteers and are independent of any larger organisation.

  • Are set up in many different and creative ways such as: sole trader, partnership, small business, social enterprise, charity, or voluntary organisation.

 

Support from the project:

Lincolnshire community voluntary service runs a development programme which can:

  • offer you a friendly and supportive point of contact to explore ideas.

  • support you to develop your community enterprise.

  • give you practical information on regulation, training and opportunities in the health and social care sector.

  • direct you to other organisations who can help.

Drop In Sessions: 

We now have a drop in session where you can join to find out more information. 

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Get in touch: 

For more information about the project contact; Anna Wilson the Community Enterprise Development Officer on anna.wilson@lincolnshirecvs.org.uk  and 07535 848929

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