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									                                                                              NOMS Consortia Building Programme Database


    Name                          Organisation                      Address                     Position           Landline   Mobile               E-mail                        Website


                                                      The Greenway Centre
   Simon         Community Ventures                   The Greenway                            Deputy Chief          01642      07790
                                                                                                                                            s.davidson@cvl.org.uk             www.cvl.org.uk
  Davidson       (Middlesbrough) Limited              Middlesbrough                            Executive           230 314    567 201
                                                      TS3 9PA



                                                      Pluss
                                                      2nd Floor
                                                                                              Senior Project
                                                      Basepoint Business Centre                                     01278      07920
Karen Cooper Pluss                                                                              Manager                                   Karen.Cooper@pluss.org.uk          www.pluss.org.uk
                                                      Yeoford Way                                                  428 179    028 951
                                                                                             Implementation
                                                      Exeter
                                                      EX2 8LB




                                                      Acknowledging Youths CIC
                                                      Pimlico Resource Centre
                                                                                             Chief Executive        07852      07958
Danny Barnes Acknowledging Youths CIC                 Walston House                                                                     danny@acknowledgingyouths.org   www.acknowledgingyouths.org
                                                                                                 Officer           945 928    418 475
                                                      Aylesford Street
                                                      London SW1V 3RL




                                                      GAVCA
                Gloucestershire Association for
                                                      75-81 Eastgate Street                                         01452      01452
Sally Pickering Voluntary and Community Action                                               Chief Executive                                 Sallyp@gavca.org.uk             www.gavca.org.uk
                                                      Gloucester                                                   509 700    332 424
                (GAVCA)
                                                      GL1 1 PN



                                                      The Boulevard Resource Centre, 45
                 The Families Health and Well                                                                       01254
Angela Allen                                          Railway Road, Blackburn                                                              Angela.allen@fhwb.org.uk
                 Being Consortium                                                                                  583 957
                                                      BB1 1EZ




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    Name                          Organisation                      Address              Position           Landline   Mobile                       E-mail                                     Website




                                                      Angel Street
                                                      Bolton on Dearne                                                  07779
Helen Trindall The Re-Org Trust                                                      Head of Services                                       helen671@btinternet.com
                                                      Rotherham                                                        080 866
                                                      S63 8NA




                                                Blyth Resource & Initiative Centre
                                                The Eric Tolhurst Centre
                                                Blyth                                                        01670
 Cath George Blyth Resource & Initiative Centre                                      Centre Manager                                          bricblyth@yahoo.co.uk                        www.bricblyth.co.uk
                                                Northumberland                                              353 817
                                                NE24 2AS




                                                      VOLA
                                                      Sefton CVS
                 Sefton CVS (lead for VOLA            3tc House (1st floor),           Consortium          0151 285     07843
Stuart McGrory                                                                                                                       Stuart.McGrory@volamerseyside.org.uk              www.volamerseyside.org.uk
                 Learning Consortium)                 16 Crosby Road North,             Manager              4070      630 970
                                                      Waterloo
                                                      L22 0NY




                                                 ReGain Work Programme
                                                 28 Hobbs Lane                        Senior Project                    07793
 Mark Ellery     Avon & Somerset Probation Trust                                                                                 mark.ellery@avon-somerset.probation.gsi.gov.uk   www.avonandsomersetprobation.org.uk
                                                 Bristol                                Manager                        977 326
                                                 BS1 5EE




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    Name                           Organisation                      Address                Position            Landline   Mobile                        E-mail                                  Website




                                                       Eco-Actif Services CIC
                                                       46 Throwley Way                                         0208 640     07917
 Anna Burke       Eco-actif Services CIC                                                Managing Director                                    anna@ecoactifservicescic.co.uk             www.ecoactifservicescic.co.uk
                                                       Sutton                                                    3131      145 952
                                                       SM1 4AF




                                                       3rd Floor, 3tc House
                                                       16, Crosby Road North
                  Sefton Council for Voluntary                                                                 0151 928
Neil Frackelton                                        Waterloo, Sefton                 Civil Society Lead                                  neil.frackelton@seftoncvs.org.uk              www.seftoncvs.org.org.uk
                  Service                                                                                        2233
                                                       Merseyside
                                                       L22 0NY




                                                       31-32 Bonville road
                                                       Brislington                                             0117 977
David Glossop The Wheels Project, Bristol                                               General Manager                                        david@wheelsproject.org.uk                 www.wheelsproject.org.uk
                                                       Bristol                                                   1717
                                                       BS4 5QH




                                                       1 Thorpe Close
   Simone                                              Portobello Road                                                      07956
                  Principles in Finance                                                      Director                                       simone@principlesinfinance.com              www.principlesinfinance.com
   Haynes                                              London                                                              376 785
                                                       W10 5XL




                                                       Devon and Cornwall Partnership
                                                       C/O DCPT
                                                       Queens House                                                         07714
 Lucy Allison     Devon and Cornwall Partnership                                        Business Manager                             lucy.allison@devon-cornwall.probation.gsi.gov.uk
                                                       Little Queen Street                                                 399 633
                                                       Exeter
                                                       EX4 3LJ




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   Name                          Organisation                      Address               Position             Landline   Mobile                   E-mail                          Website



                                                     Unit 38
                                                     City Business Park
                                                     Somerset Place                                                       07435
Joanne Shaw Norpro Training Ltd                                                                                                        joanneshaw48@btconnect.com          www.norprotraining.co.uk
                                                     Stoke, Plymouth                                                     754 211
                                                     Devon
                                                     PL3 4BB

                                                     69 Sandyleaze
                                                     Westbury-on-Trym                                                     07920
 John Glass     JHG Services                                                                                                             john.glass59@yahoo.co.uk
                                                     Bristol                                                             487 272
                                                     BS9 3PZ



                                                     Offender Support Solutions Ltd
                                                     The intelligence project Ltd
                                                                                                                          07557
Simon Short     The intelligence project             102-104 Victoria Street                                                       grimsbyintelligenceproject@yahoo.com
                                                                                                                         879 007
                                                     Grimsby
                                                     DN31 3AU



                                                     Amity House,
                                                     6 Holliers Walk
                                                                                                               01455
Mandy Quinn Work-Link Project                        Hinckley                         Project Manager                                mandyquinn@worklinkproject.co.uk
                                                                                                              636 506
                                                     Leicestershire
                                                     LE10 1QW
                                                     The Old Church
                                                     89b Quicks Road                    Partnership          020 8545     07833
 Lise Evans     REDS10                                                                                                                    liseevans@reds10.com                www.reds10.com
                                                     Wimbledon                           Manager               8089      688 540
                                                     SW19 1EX
                                                     The Old Church
                                                     89b Quicks Road
Paul Ruddick REDS10                                                                                                                       paulruddick@reds10.com              www.reds10.com
                                                     Wimbledon
                                                     SW19 1EX




                                                     Derventio Housing Trust
                                                     Milestone House                    Strategic
  Jackie                                                                                                       01332      07792
                Derventio Housing Trust              93 Green Lane                     Development                                 Jackie.Carpenter@derventiohousing.com
 Carpenter                                                                                                    642 153    132 658
                                                     Derby                              Manager
                                                     DE1 1RX




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    Name                            Organisation                      Address             Position           Landline   Mobile                  E-mail                            Website




                                                        Room 108
                                                        Aidan House
                                                                                      Senior Contracts      0191 478     07917
Denise Halpern Everyday Skills Ltd t/a Ease             Sunderland Road                                                           denise.halpern@everydayskills.co.uk      www.everydayskills.co.uk
                                                                                         Manager              8407      463 520
                                                        Gateshead
                                                        NE8 3HU



                                                        Maple House
                                                        Sandbrook Business Park
    Wilfred                                                                                                              07912
                   KLARRATI CIC                         Sandbrook Way                     Director                                         ihamie@aol.com
   Hamilton                                                                                                             055 525
                                                        Rochdale
                                                        OL11 1LQ




                                                        Po Box 4254,
                                                        Gerrards Cross,                                       01753      07980
Ralph Findlay Bl&st Foundation                                                        Founder & CEO                               ralph.findlay@blastfoundation.org.uk    www.blastfoundation.org.uk
                                                        Buckinghamshire                                      891 829    897 154
                                                        Sl9 1DB




                                                        46 Throwley Way
   Amanda                                               Sutton                                              020 8640     07917
             Eco-actif Services CIC                                                   Chief Executive                             amanda@ecoactifservicescic.co.uk       www.ecoactifservicescic.co.uk
 Palmer-Roye                                            Surrey                                                3131      145 955
                                                        SM1 4AF




                                                        East Liverpool Economic and
                                                        Community Trust Ltd
   Graham          East Liverpool Economic and          49 Ruscombe Road                                    0151 230
                                                                                           CEO                                       graham.worrell@elect.org.uk
   Worrell         Community Trust Ltd ELECT            Dovecot                                               0300
                                                        Liverpool
                                                        L14 4AU




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   Name                           Organisation                       Address            Position           Landline    Mobile                        E-mail                                 Website


                                                      East Liverpool Economic and
                                                      Community Trust Ltd
                 East Liverpool Economic and          49 Ruscombe Road                                    0151 230
 Rod Ashby                                                                                                                                   rod.ashby@elect.org.uk
                 Community Trust Ltd ELECT            Dovecot                                               0300
                                                      Liverpool
                                                      L14 4AU

                                                      1 St.John St                  Social enterprise
                 Leicestershire Probation                                                                 0116 242
David Davies                                          Leicester                      development                                 David.Davies@leicestershire.probation.gsi.gov.uk    www.leicsprobation.co.uk
                 Trust/REACH                                                                                3281
                                                      LE1 3WL                            officer

                                                      2 St.John St                  Social enterprise
                 Leicestershire Probation                                                                 0116 242 0779 003
Ben Humphris                                          Leicester                      development                            ben.humphris@leicestershire.probation.gsi.gov.uk         www.leicsprobation.co.uk
                 Trust/REACH                                                                                3281     2301
                                                      LE1 3WL                            officer
                                                      17 Old Field Road
                                                      Bocam Park                      Business
                                                                                                             08456
John Bevan       n-ergy                               Pencoed                        Development                                            jbevan@n-ergygroup.com                    www.n-ergygroup.com
                                                                                                            525201
                                                      Bridgend                        Manager
                                                      CF35 5LJ
                                                      17 Old Field Road
                                                      Bocam Park
                                                                                                             08456
 Ray Jones       n-ergy                               Pencoed                                                                               rjones@n-ergygroup.com                    www.n-ergygroup.com
                                                                                                            525201
                                                      Bridgend
                                                      CF35 5LJ

                                                      The Well House
                                                      Library Approach                Business
                 Business Enterprise Support                                                                 01283
 Ian Carlier                                          High Street                    Development                                           IanC@enterprisesupport.org               www.enterprisesupport.org
                 Limited                                                                                    537151
                                                      Burton Upon Trent                Director




                                                    1079 Rochdale Road
 Zoe Gan-        Partners of Prisoners and Families Blackley                                              0161 702
                                                                                                                                         zoe@partnersofprisoners.co.uk              www.partnersofprisoners.org
  Rankin         Support Group (POPS)               Manchester                                              1000
                                                    M9 8AJ

                                                      Canal Side House
                                                      67/68 Rolfe Street
                                                                                                          0121 565      07813
 Jacki Lakin     Lifework                             Smethwick                                                                               Jacki@lifeworkuk.com
                                                                                                            8930       291551
                                                      West Midlands
                                                      B66 2AL
                                                      53 Kings Loade
  Christine                                                                                                            07791
                 Future Excel                         Bridgnorth                                                                        christine.brown@futureexcel.co.uk
   Brown                                                                                                              157 037
                                                      WV16 4BT
                                                      The Conservation Centre         Regional
                                                      Forest Farm Road               Development
                                                                                                          029 2052      07813
 Bill Upham      BTCV Cymru                           Whitchurch                    Manager Wales                                            B.Upham@btcv.org.uk
                                                                                                            4269       985964
                                                      Cardiff                       and the South
                                                      CF14 7JJ                          West




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   Name                             Organisation                         Address    Position             Landline   Mobile              E-mail               Website




                                                        93 Bondicar Terrace
                                                        Blyth                                             01670      07976
Maggie Fitch Escape Family Support Ltd                                                                                        maggie@maggie-fitch.co.uk
                                                        Northumberland                                   544 055    271249
                                                        NE24 2JR




                                                        93 Bondicar Terrace
  Sharon                                                Blyth                                             01670      07976
                   Escape Family Support Ltd                                                                                  maggie@maggie-fitch.co.uk
  Spurling                                              Northumberland                                   544 055    271249
                                                        NE24 2JR




                                                        Pinetree Centre
                                                        Durham Road
 Michael                                                                                                0191 492
                   Northern Pinetree Trust              Birtley                                                              Michael@pinetree-centre.co.uk
 Leithrow                                                                                                 8223
                                                        DH3 2TD
                                                        0191 4928223




                                                        6 River Court
                                                        Kingsmill Road             Joint Chief
  Stephen          V-Learning Net (trading as                                                             01752
                                                        Saltash                    Operations                                Stephen@learningplus.org.uk
  Howard           Learning Plus)                                                                        208 352
                                                        Cornwall                    Manager
                                                        PL17 8HL




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   Name                          Organisation                      Address                     Position           Landline   Mobile                E-mail                           Website




                                                     Life Cycle UK
                                                     CREATE Centre                                               0117 353
 Poppy Brett    Life Cycle UK                                                                                                              poppy@lifecycleuk.org.uk
                                                     Smeaton Road                                                  4580
                                                     Bristol BS1 6XN




                                                     Val Roberts House
                                                     25 Gregory Boulevard                                        0115 970     07814
Emma Lucas Framework Housing                                                                Funding Officer                             emma.lucas@frameworkha.org             www.frameworkha.org
                                                     Nottingham                                                    9594      660 261
                                                     NG7 6NX




                                                     c/o HMP Ford Ford Rd, Arundel, West    Chief Executive                   07974
Clare Cherry    Work this Way                                                                                                          clare.cherry@workthisway.org.uk        www.workthisway.org.uk
                                                     Sussex BN18 0BX                            Officer                      648 946




                                                                                                                 020 7931
 Katy Emck      FINE CELL WORK                                                              Chief Executive                                katy@finecellwork.co.uk            www.finecellwork.co.uk
                                                                                                                   9998
                                                                                                                 020 7931
 Katy Emck      FINE CELL WORK                                                              Chief Executive                                katy@finecellwork.co.uk            www.finecellwork.co.uk
                                                                                                                   9998
                                                     Acorn House
                                                     Heron Way
                                                                                            Operations and          01872     07968
Martyn Alvey Volunteer Cornwall                      Newham                                                                            martyna@volunteercornwall.org.uk    www.volunteercornwall.org.uk
                                                                                           Contracts Manager       266988    706107
                                                     Truro
                                                     TR1 2XN
   Michelle                                                                                                         01305
            HMP the Verne                                                                                                              michelle.preston@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
   Preston                                                                                                         825169
Jim McGowen HMP the Verne                                                                                                               jim.mcgowen@hmps.gsi.gov.uk


                                                     c/o Common Places, Wheatfield,
   Mark                                                                                                             01647     07812
                Social Enterprise Mark Company       Easton Cross, Chagford, Devon TQ13     Project Manager                              mark@commonplaces.co.uk          www.socialenterprisemark.org.uk
 Goodman                                                                                                           432967    538535
                                                     8JJ



                                                     4th Floor
                                                                                                                 0151 237     07771
 Val Jones      Social Enterprise North West         151 Dale Street                             CEO                                        Val.jones@senw.org.uk                www.senw.org.uk
                                                                                                                   3986      701175
                                                     L2 2AN




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                                                     4th Floor
                                                                                                               0151 237     07771
 Val Jones      Social Enterprise North West         151 Dale Street                         CEO                                                Val.jones@senw.org.uk                       www.senw.org.uk
                                                                                                                 3986      701175
                                                     L2 2AN




 Charlotte                                                                                                       01865      07736
                Elmore Community Services            174b Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1UE        CEO                                      cbuckingham@elmorecommunityservices.org.uk   www.Elmorecommunityservices.org.uk
Buckingham                                                                                                      200 130    126 570



                                                     The Scala
                                                                                                                  02476
 Shamsher                                            Fargosford St
                Coventry & Warwickshire CDA                                             Business Coach           633911                         s.dharsani@cwcda.co.uk                      www.cwcda.co.uk
 Dharsani                                            Coventry
                                                                                                                   x108
                                                     CV1 5ea




                                                     334 Meanwood Road                                            0113
Chris Morgan Nacro                                                                      Service Manager                                    Christopher.morgan@nacro.org.uk                 www.Nacro.org.uk
                                                     Leeds                                                      2392674




                                                     St Thomas’s School                   Partnership             01865    0790 999
Rick Mower      Aspire                                                                                                                          rick@aspireoxford.co.uk                  www.aspireoxford.co.uk
                                                     Osney Lane OX1 1NP                    Manager               204450      3093




                                                     16 Langdale gate                   Head of Business         01993      07801
Claire Burton Langley House Trust                                                                                                            c.burton@langleyhousetrust.org             www.langleyhousetrust.org
                                                     Witney OX28 6RL                     Development            899 596    217 399




                                                     The Elms
                Cornwall Neighbourhoods fro          61 Green Lane                          Head of               01209     07966
Kate Venner                                                                                                                                        Kate@cn4c.org.uk                         www.cn4c.org.uk
                Change                               Redruth                              Communities            310647    401764
                                                     TR15 1LS




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    Name                          Organisation                      Address                      Position            Landline   Mobile                      E-mail                                  Website




                                                                                                                    0151 237
Angeliki Stogia Network for Europe                    151 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2AH     European Officer                                 angeliki.stogia@networkforeurope.eu            www.networkforeurope.eu
                                                                                                                      3972



                                                                                                Head of
                                                                                                                                 07968
John Marshall Goodwin Development Trust               Icehouse Road, Hull, HU3 2HQ             Community                                         jmarshall@goodwin-centre.org
                                                                                                                                482747
                                                                                                Services

                                                      Mount Vernon Green
  Heather                                             Hall Lane                                                     0151 705
                 Local solutions                                                                                                                HAkehurst@localsolutions.org.uk              www.localsolutions.org.uk
  Akehurst                                            Liverpool                                                       2320
                                                      L7 8TF

                                                                                            Programme Board           01904      07861
Andy Knutton Public Sector Prisons                    DDC Office, c/o Askham Grange, York                                                      andrew.knutton@noms.gsi.gov.uk
                                                                                                Manager              772140     783 957

                                                      4 Station Court, Station Approach                               01268       0790
Louise Voyce Beyond Youth                                                                   Director of Delivery                                  Louise@beyondyouth.org.uk                  www.beyondyouth.org.uk
                                                      Wickford, Essex, SS11 7AT                                      906393     0906381




                                                      63 Commercial Road, Parkstone,        Head of Offender          01202      07919
Matt Douglas Dorset Probation Trust                                                                                                       Matthew.douglas@dorset.probation.gsi.gov.uk      www.dorset-probation.org.uk
                                                      Poole, BH14 0JB                          Services              307201     572600




                                                                                                                      01535      07794
 David Brown Margaret Carey Foundation                22,Harden Lane,Bradford BD15 0EU             CEO                                       david@margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk       www.Margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk
                                                                                                                     275530     534907




    Jack                                                                                                              01706      07982
                 JLTraining Ltd                       19A Mizzy Rd, Rochdale, Lancs              Director                                             jack@jltraining.org                       www.jltraining.org
 Butterworth                                                                                                         350 922    235493



    Jack                                                                                                              01706      07982
                 JLTraining Ltd                       19A Mizzy Rd, Rochdale, Lancs              Director                                             jack@jltraining.org                       www.jltraining.org
 Butterworth                                                                                                         350 922    235493



   Olusola                                                                                                                       07775
                 Learn to Re-create Ltd.              93 William Street Sheffield S10 2BZ    Creative Director                                       ahtsykel@gmail.com
  Onakanmi                                                                                                                      753300




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    Name                          Organisation                       Address                   Position             Landline   Mobile             E-mail                        Website




                                                                                                                                07979
Jayne Silvester New Beginnings                                                                 Director                                  jayne.silvester@live.co.uk
                                                                                                                               021383




                                                      16 Vestry House, Humberstone Gate,                             0116       07762
  Mark Clark     Inside ‘n’ Out CIC                                                            Director                                    editor@inomag.org.uk       www.insidenoutuk.wordpress.com
                                                      Leicester. LE1 1WJ                                           2626549     695983




                                                      Walter Moore House
                                                      34 Dudley Street                     Deputy Director of
                 Adullam Homes Housing                                                                        0121 500          07717
Jane Rochelle                                         West Bromwich                           Business                                   jrochelle@adullam.org.uk           www.adullam.org.uk
                 Association Limited                                                                            2823           518686
                                                      West Midlands                          Development
                                                      B70 9LS

                                                      HMP Dartmoor
                                                      Princetown
                                                                                                                                07840
Sarah Cobley Storybook Dads                           Yelverton                                                                         sarah@storybookdads.org.uk
                                                                                                                               713100
                                                      Devon
                                                      PL20 6RR


                                                      33 Parklands Avenue, Birmingham                              0121 507     07949
Janet Lindsay JR Training and Consultancy Ltd                                              Managing Director                                janet@jrtandc.com                www.jrtandc.com
                                                      B202SY                                                         1596      428580




                                                                                              Community
                                                      Gee Business Centre, Holborn Hill,                           0121 322     07866
 Bob Candlin     Mercian Housing Ass                                                          Investment                                  rcandlin@mercian.org.uk          www.mercian.org.uk
                                                      Aston , Birmingham B5 7JR                                      7404      032092
                                                                                               Manager




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    Name                          Organisation                      Address                Position            Landline   Mobile               E-mail               Website



                                                      Belmont, higham Road, wainscott,                                     07798
Tanjit Dosanjh Liberty Needs Glasses CIC                                                   Director                                     tsdosanjh@gmail.com
                                                      Kent, me3 8bg                                                       726070



                                                      The Building Centre
                                                      26 Store Street                                         020 7467
 Joanna Hills    Construction Youth Trust                                                                                             joanna.hills@cytrust.org.uk
                                                      London WC1E 7BT                                           9540




                                                      46 Hamilton Square
   Adele                                              Birkenhead                                                0151
                 Wirral CVS                                                                                                            adele@wirralcvs.org.uk
  Mulvaney                                            CH41 5AR                                                6475432




   Sean                                               72-74 Woodside Business Park Shore
                 Advocacy in Wirral                                                                                                  Sean.Harrington@aiw.org.uk
 Harrington                                           Road Birkenhead CH41 1EL
                                                      c/o
                                                      Lenta Business Centres
   Fiona                                              Coppergate House (Room 414)                                          07739
                 Choices Partnership                                                                                                choices.partnership@gmail.com
 Thompson                                             16 Brune Street                                                     983 048
                                                      London E1 7NJ

                                                      c/o
                                                      Lenta Business Centres
    Julia                                             Coppergate House (Room 414)                                          07739
                 Choices Partnership                                                                                                     julia@lifeline.org.uk
 Fazackerley                                          16 Brune Street                                                     983 048
                                                      London E1 7NJ

                                                      c/o
                                                      Lenta Business Centres
                                                      Coppergate House (Room 414)                                          07739
Sharon Lewis Choices Partnership                                                                                                    choices.partnership@gmail.com
                                                      16 Brune Street                                                     983 048
                                                      London E1 7NJ




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    Name                          Organisation                      Address                     Position            Landline   Mobile               E-mail                     Website




                 Disability Times Trust (trading as   1-2 Craven Road, Ealing, London W5                           0208 566
Jeremy Barker                                                                                                                            Jeremy.Barker@the-citizen.info
                 The Citizens Trust)                  2UA                                                            1206




   Susan                                              Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London    Area Manager          020 7840     07920
                 Nacro,the crime reduction charity                                                                                       Susan.crampton@nacro.org.uk        www.nacro.org.uk
  Crampton                                            SW8 1UD                                    East                7200      571 575




  Emma                                                Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London                          020 7840
                 Nacro,the crime reduction charity                                           Bid Executive                               Emma.tomlinson@nacro.org.uk        www.nacro.org.uk
 Tomlinson                                            SW8 1UD                                                        7200




                                                      Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London    Area Manager          020 7840
 Kelly Ewers     Nacro,the crime reduction charity                                                                                         Kelly.ewers@nacro.org.uk         www.nacro.org.uk
                                                      SW8 1UD                                   London               7200




                                                      Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London    Area Manager          020 7840
Charlie Duffin Nacro,the crime reduction charity                                                                                          Charlie.duffin@nacro.org.uk       www.nacro.org.uk
                                                      SW8 1UD                                  Midlands              7200




                                                      Alma Place, Redruth, Cornwall, TR15                            01209      07972
Christine Dale Gwellheans                                                                   General Manager                               christine@gwellheans.co.uk      www.gwellheans.co.uk
                                                      2AT                                                           211 825    359443




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  Name                            Organisation                       Address                    Position            Landline   Mobile                E-mail                        Website


                                                      Sherwood Lodge
                                                      Bolsover
 Jessica                                                                                                             01246
                 Disability Partnership               Chesterfield                                                                       jessica.clayton@bolsover.gov.uk
 Clayton                                                                                                            242334
                                                      Derbyshire
                                                      S44 6NF




                                                      St Thomas’s School                                             01865
Jane Harris      Aspire                                                                                                                     jane@aspireoxford.co.uk.        www.aspireoxford.co.uk
                                                      Osney Lane OX1 1NP                                            204450




                                                                                            Head of Training &
                                                      Link Road Huyton Merseyside L36                          0151 481         07545
Jan Agger        Fusion 21                                                                    Employment                                    jan.agger@fusion21.co.uk          www.fusion21.co.uk
                                                      6AP                                                        3000          205 385
                                                                                                Services




                                                      Unit 20 Barton Hill Trading Estate,                          0117 954     07915
Paul Tipler      Aspire Bristol                                                                                                           paultipler@aspire-bristol.co.uk   www.aspire-bristol.co.uk
                                                      Maze Street, Bristol BS5 9TQ                                   0861      673 207




 Joanne                                               Ymca building, Church Way, North                                          07828
                 Reflex                                                                     Regional manager                               Joanne.oconnor@reflex.org            www.reflex.org
 O'connor                                             Shields, Tyne and Wear NE29 0AB                                          636 072




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                                                        45 Brunswick Street West Hove East                              01273     0774 002
Phil Ashford Enterprise for Change                                                                 Director                                     Phil.ashford@enterpriseforchange.org.uk        www.enterpriseforhcange.org.uk
                                                        Sussex Bn3 1EL                                                 821 269      2797




                                                        Superact, C/O Somerset College,                                 01823
 Patsy Lang        SUPERACT CIC                                                                                                                         patsy@superact.org.uk
                                                        Wellington Rd., Taunton, TA1 5AX                               666641




                                                        1 Palmer Road South West Industrial                           0191 587
  Carol Kerr       Acumen Trust                                                                                                                     Carol.Kerr@acumentrust.org.uk
                                                        Estate Peterlee SR8 2HU                                         8000



                                                        1 Palmer Road South West Industrial                           0191 587
 Kate Welch        Acumen Trust                                                                                                                     Kate.Welch@acumentrust.org.uk
                                                        Estate Peterlee SR8 2HU                                         8000


                                                        Graham Hse, Yeomans Ct, Ware Rd,          Director of           01992      01462
John Hughes Hertfordshire Probation Trust                                                                                                    john.hughes@hertfordshire.probation.gsi.gov.uk   www.hertfordshireprobation.gov.uk
                                                        Hertford, SG13 7HJ                      Interventions          516912     892275

  Theresa                                               Units 4&5 Shirley Business Park,                              023 8023     07579
                   Social Mailing Services                                                         Director                                            theresa@socialmailing.org
  Williams                                              Cawte Rd , Southampton, SO15 3AY                                2544      969 144



                                                        Units 4&5 Shirley Business Park,                              023 8023     07906
  Roy Court        Social Mailing Services                                                         Director                                             Roy@socialmailing.org
                                                        Cawte Rd , Southampton, SO15 3AY                                2544      461 452




                                                        Minster House, York Road,                                       0208       07968
Jan Tomlinson Tomorrow’s People Trust                                                         Enterprise Director                                 jtomlinson@tomorrows-people.co.uk             www.tomorrows-people.co.uk
                                                        Eastbourne, BN21 4ST                                          6908 522    007 613




                                                        Stringer House, 34 Lupton Street,                               0113       07807
Alan Wallace Voluntary Action leeds                                                             Project Officer                                         Alan.wallace@val.org.uk                        www.val.org.uk
                                                        Leeds.LS10 2QW                                                2977920     363 660



    Chris          Syrus Consultancy                                                                                                                  info@syrusconsultancy.com




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                                                                                                                           0118 937
 Tony Davis        SEBerkshire                          58 London Street, Reading,RG1 4SQ          Executive Director                                     tony@seberkshire.org                  www.seberkshire.org
                                                                                                                             5799


                                                                                                      Business
                                                                                                                             0113       07921
Lesley Kirton Y-CoCo                                    43 Morritt Drive, Leeds, LS15 7HZ            Development                                          lesley@ycoco.org.uk                    www.ycoco.org.uk
                                                                                                                           2606379     854607
                                                                                                      Manager




                                                        Morrell Room Cottage, Church Lane,
                                                        Streatley RG8 9HT
                                                                                                                             01491      07799
Karen Morton The Capability Company                     Morrell Room Cottage, Church Lane,              Director                                 karen.morton@thecapabilitycompany.co.uk   www.thecapabilitycompany.co.uk
                                                                                                                            872727     628 752
                                                        Streatle




  Lorraine                                              Bliss Services, Eric Tolhurst Centre, 3-                             0167
                   Bliss Services                                                                      Manager                                       Bliss-mediation@btconnect.com             www.blissservice.co.uk
  Walker                                                13 Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS                                      0540 979




                                                        Bliss Services, Eric Tolhurst Centre, 3-                             01670
Bonny Cowan Bliss Services                                                                          Project worker                                   Bliss-mediation@btconnect.com             www.blissservice.co.uk
                                                        13 Quay Road, Blyth, NE24 2AS                                       540 979




 Daphne De
                                                                                                                                                     Daphne.DeSouza@co.gsi.gov.uk
   Souza




    John                                                16-18 Crown street, Acton, London                                  0208 993     07967
                   Action Acton                                                                     Chief Executive                                 John.blackmore@actionacton.com              www.actionacton.com
 Blackmore                                              W3 8SB                                                               9605      970688




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                                                        Timber Wharf, 42-50 Worsley Street,          Programme            0161 342     07790
Venetia Knight Blue Sky North West                                                                                                                   vknight@groundwork.org.uk        www.blueskydevelopment.co.uk
                                                        Castlefield, Manchester M15 4LD                Director             6730      800989




   Michael                                              The Old Visiting building, 1 Fort Road,      Operations            (0)1634     07825
                   Changing Paths                                                                                                                michael.maldon@changingpaths.co.uk     www.changingpaths.co.uk
   Maldon                                               Rochester, Kent, ME1 3QS                      Manager              829 885    061684




                                                        BAC-IN Parma House, 202 Mansfield                                   0115      0788 366
David Jammeh BAC-IN                                                                                 Team Leader                                      david.jammeh@bacin.co.uk               www.bac-in.co.uk
                                                        Road, Nottingham NG1 3HX                                          9609597       4129




                                                        BAC-IN Parma House, 202 Mansfield           Development             0115        0788
Kenny Dunkwu BAC-IN                                                                                                                                  kenny.dunkwu@bacin.co.uk               www.bac-in.co.uk
                                                        Road, Nottingham NG1 3HX                     Manager              9609597     3664129




                                                                                                                            01392      07906
  Tom Gard         SoberLink                            21A North St, Exeter EX4 3QS                   Director                                       tom.soberlink@gmail.com              www.soberlink.co.uk
                                                                                                                           256907     759881




  Michael          York Association for the Care and 101 Robinson Court, Walmgate,                                          01904      07765
                                                                                                       Director                                     Michael.pavlovic@yacro.org.uk           www.yacro.org.uk
  Pavlovic         Resettlement of Offenders (yacro) YORK YO1 9TR                                                          642307     634713



   Jacqui          The Foundation Training                                                                                  0208       07973
                                                                                                      Manager                                        jacquelinerolando@sky.com
  Rolando          Company Limited                                                                                        5257714     347038
                                                        First Floor, 36 The Market Square,                                                           ken@inclusive-solutions.org
                                                                                                                          020 8350 075 7710
  Ken Kowa         incluisve solutions co-op            Edmonton Green Shopping                   Executive Director                                     ken@kowasl.com               www.inclusive-solutions.org.uk
                                                                                                                            1823     8405                 awok@sky.com
                                                        CentreEdmonton, London N9 0TZ




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                                                      Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London    Area Manager          020 7840
 Bridgid Parr    Nacro                                                                                                                      bridgid.parr@nacro.org.uk              www.nacro.org.uk
                                                      SW8 1UD                                    South               7200




                                                                                              Director (&
                                                      St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green                              0161 277
Alex Whinnom GMCVO                                                                           SPEAKER AT                                    alex.whinnom@gmcvo.org.uk               www.gmcvo.org.uk
                                                      North, Manchester M12 6FZ                                      1004
                                                                                               EVENT)




                                                                                                                     0121       07404
Alfred Musasa FACT2006 Ltd                            69 Little Bromwich Rd, Bgham B9 5JN Managing Director                                    Info@fact2006.co.uk                www.fact2006.co.uk
                                                                                                                   5748477     463185




                                                      176 Chapeltown Road Leeds LS7           Deputy Co-           0113 237
Dot Greaves      Leeds Action to Create Homes                                                                                                    dot@latch.org.uk                   www.latch.org.uk
                                                      4HP                                      ordinator             4482




  Catherine                                                                                 Support and Care         01452       0790
                 Rooftop Housing Group Limited        70 High Street Evesham WR11 4YD                                                    Catherine.Kevis@rooftopgroup.org   www.rooftopgrop.org/support&care
   Kevis                                                                                        Director            505 350    0621221




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                                                                                                                  01582
                                                                                                  Director of                       0781
 Steve Gill        NOAH Enterprise                      141 Park Street LUTON LU1 3HG                            728 416                       steve.gill@noahenterprise.org       www.noahenterprise.org
                                                                                              Corporate Services                  4172880
                                                                                                                  x 211




                   Gipton Supported Independent                                                 Development           0113 200     07712
 Paul Belbin                                            27-33 Brander St, Leeds, LS9 6QH                                                         Paul.Belbin@gipsil.org.uk            www.gipsil.org.uk
                   Living                                                                        Manager                0851      779897

  Deborah                                                                                      Social Enterprise
                   F3 Local Food & Tamar Arts                                                                                                   debharri@blueyonder.co.uk
  Harrison                                                                                         Advisor
  Graeme                                                The Beacon, Newcastle upon Tyne,        Development           0191 242     07889
                   The Wise Group                                                                                                           graeme_williams@thewisegroup.co.uk    www.thewisegroup.co.uk
  Williams                                              NE4 9PN                                   Manager               5410      600022

                   Vision Housing Consultancy           195 Middleton Road                                            020 8648
Annys Darkwa                                                                                  Managing Director                                 annys@visionhousing.org.uk        www.visionhousing.org.uk
                   Services                             Carshalton, Surrey SM5 1HE                                      0402




                   Business Enterprise Support          Well House, Library Aprouch, B on                             0121 551     07887
  Phil Rose                                                                                       Associate                                     aim@enterprisesupport.org               www.bes.org
                   (BES)                                Trent                                                           4676      526 435




                                                        St.Enoder Barns, Glebe Farm, Narrow
                                                                                                 Operations             01726      07738
 Gina Price        Pentreath                            Lane, Summercourt, Newquay,                                                                gina@pentreath.co.uk             www.pentreath.co.uk
                                                                                                  Manager              862727     547076
                                                        Cornwall, TR8 5EE


                                                                                                                        0871   07957 37
John Charles Catering2order Ltd                                                                    Director                                    John.Ch@catering2order.com         www.Catering2order.com
                                                                                                                      2882 720   17 47

                                                        91-93 Bodenham Road
Mandy Scott-                                                                                                          0121 285
             Lifeware                                   Birmingham B31 5DR                                                                        mandy@lifeware.co.uk               www.lifeware.co.uk
  Morgan                                                                                                                6777


                   Bridge Substance Misuse              63c Gold Street                                                 01604      07877
Vince Carroll                                                                                                                                    vince.carroll@hotmail.com       www.bridge-northants.org.uk
                   Programme                            Northampton NN1 1RA                                            621259     041360

                                                                                                 Service User
                                                        356 Holloway Road                                             0207 697     07827
Jason Alvares Penrose                                                                            Involvement                                   jason.alveres@penrose.org.uk         www.penrose.org.uk
                                                        London N7 6PA                                                   4221      242 619
                                                                                                    Officer




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                                                      Hollin House
                                                      New Mill                                                          01484       0787
Debbie Crellin Crellin Consulting                                                                                                                 debbie@crellinconsulting.co.uk          www.crellinconsulting.co.uk
                                                      Holmfirth                                                        911090     2429075
                                                      West Yorkshire HD9 7HH


                                                      1 Kestrel Grove, Bournville,                                    0121 608     07900
 Ria Varnom      Key Opportunities CIC                                                            Director                                              ria@keyopps.com                  www.keyopportunities.co.uk
                                                      Birmingham B301TQ                                                 2893      497381

                                                                                                  Service               01244
                                                      Jupiter House, Jupiter Drive, Chester,
Donna Meade Cheshire Probation Trust                                                            Development            665100               donna.meade@cheshire.probation.gsi.gov.uk
                                                      CH1 4QS
                                                                                                 Manager                x1218



                                                                                                Commercial              01895      07872
John Chesters Blue Sky Development                    Colne Valley Park, Denham, UB9 5PG                                                    John.Chesters@blueskydevelopment.co.uk      www.blueskydevelopment.co.uk
                                                                                                 Director              832662     403541



                                                      Building 1000 Lakeside
                 Hampshire Social Enterprise          North Harbour
    Pepe                                                                                                                                                pepe13@sky.com
                 Incubator                            Western Road
                                                      Portsmouth PO6 3EZ




                                                                                                                                   07917
 Sue Clifford    No Offence! CIC                      19 The Square, Retford, DN22 6DQ         Chief Executive                                     sue.clifford@no-offence.org               www.no-offence.org
                                                                                                                                  652920




                                                                                                                                   07974
 Richard Luff                                                                                                                                     richardluff06@googlemail.com
                                                                                                                                  430406




                                                      49Tunbridge Lane, Bottisham
                                                      Cambridge                                                         01223      07778
 John Evans      New Meaning                                                                      Principal                                       john.evans@newmeaning.co.uk              www.newmeaning.co.uk
                                                      CB25 9DU                                                         812899     928 123




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                                                        49Tunbridge Lane
  David Lett       New Meaning                          Bottisham Cambridge                                                                   david.lett@newmeaning.co.uk        www.newmeaning.co.uk
                                                        CB25 9DU




                                                                                                                       01530
                                                        4 Grange Cottages, Nailstone,                                 262072
 Alec Duthie       Local Foods                                                                  consultant                                    alec.duthie@localfood.org.uk        www.localfood.org.uk
                                                        Nuneaton CV13 0QN

   Dominic
                   The Learning Journey                                                                                                     Dominic.Murphy@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
   Murphy




                                                        Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds,                                01284      07908
  Neil Moffat      Workwise Suffolk Ltd                                                      Contracts Manager                                neil@workwisesuffolk.org.com        www.workwise.org.uk
                                                        Suffolk IP33 3NR                                              755261     746984




                                                        Ken Enterprise House, 1 The Links,    Partnership and          01227       0782
Grant Langfield Enterprising Opportunities CIC                                                                                             G.Langfield@enterprisingopps.org.uk   www.sekgroup.org.uk
                                                        Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 7GQ              Quality Manager         844531     6866934


                                                        Leasowe Early Years and Adult
                                                        Learning Centre
                   Wirral Lifelong and Family           Twickenham Drive                                             0151 630
 June Vernon                                                                                 Curriculum Leader                                  junevernon@wirral.gov.uk
                   Learning Service                     Leasowe                                                        3486
                                                        Wirral CH43 2NJ




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                 RACE Advice and Support                                                                          0121 551     07770
Wesley King                                           Garvey House 127 Soho Hill B19 1AT       Director                                         tehuti@talk21.com
                 Network LTD                                                                                        4605      233949




                                                      Pie Factory, Media City,Salford M50                           01503      07708
Paul Fenton      Mobile Media Partnership Ltd                                                    MD                                    mobilemediapartnership@gmail.com
                                                      2EQ                                                          240439     314959




                                                      Rural Action Derbyshire, Church
                                                                                                                    01629      07825
Sylvia Green Rural Action Derbyshire                  Street, Wirksworth, Derbyshire DE4    Chief Executive                            S.Green@ruralactionderbyshire.org.uk
                                                                                                                   821927     363406
                                                      4EY


                                                                                              Business
                                                      Cliff Hill House, Sandy Walk,                                 01924                       Elinor.Hipkin@west-
Elinor Hipkin    West Yorkshire Probation Trust                                              Development                                   yorkshire.probation.gsi.gov.uk
                                                                                                                                                                              www.westyorksprobation.org.uk
                                                      Wakefield, WF1 2DJ                                           885415
                                                                                               Officer

                                                Mow & Grow House
                                                Bowthorpe Youth and Community
 Alexandra       The Grow Organisation UK       Centre,                                                             01603
                                                                                            Chief Executive                               alex@thegroworganisation.org
 Cosgrove        Limited and Mow & Grow Limited Bowthorpe Hall Road                                                740107
                                                Norwich, Norfolk
                                                NR5 9AA




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                   Big Fish Ventures & the Creative The Quay Office. The Parade.                                       01752      07970
 Kate Holdom                                                                                       CEO                                        kate@bigfishventures.org          www.bigfishventures.org
                   Nature Project                   Millbrook. Cornwall PL10 1NA                                      823443     909389




                                                                                              Partnership and
                                                        DCPT
                                                                                                   Joint               01392      07816        Simon.perkins@devon-
Simon Perkins devon & cornwall probation                3 / 5 Barnfield Road                                                                cornwall.probation.gsi.gov.uk
                                                                                              Commissioning           455482     650467
                                                        Exeter
                                                                                                 Manager

  Jacqueline       The Foundation Training                                                                           0208 525     07973
                                                        146 Mare Street, London E8 3SG        Project Manager                                jacquelinerolando@sky.com             www.ftctraining.org
   Rolando         Company Ltd                                                                                         7714      347038

                                                        10 Woodboy Street
                                                                                                                       0116
David Brazier STRIDE                                    Leicester                             Chief Executive                              dbrazier@leicesterstride.co.uk       www.leicesterstride.co.uk
                                                                                                                     2230636
                                                        LE1 3NJ

                                                        The Old Vicarage, St Hilary,                                   01736      07736
 John Daniels Equus Solutions                                                                    Director                                       Johnbd524@aol.com              www.equussolutions.co.uk
                                                        Penzance. TR20 9DQ                                            711508     101230

                                                                                                 Business
   Bernard                                              118 South Norwood Hill, London,                              020 8239     07775
                   Dainton & Kalema Associates                                                 Development                                  bernard.dainton@lineone.net
   Dainton                                              SE25 6AQ                                                       6988      761 790
                                                                                                Consultant
                                                                                                                                  07902
Surrinder Bains                                                                                                                            surrinder.bains@btinternet.com
                                                                                                                                 454139

                                                        168 Battram Road
                                                        Ellistown                               Operations             01530      07972
  Mark Parr        Directional Training CIC                                                                                                mark@directionaltraining.org.uk    www.directionaltraining.org.uk
                                                        Leicestershire                           Manager              231710     800245
                                                        LE67 1GB


                                                                                                                                  07972
Karen Kowaski Directional Training CIC                  169 Main Street, Thornton. LE67 1AH                                                karen@directionaltraining.org.uk   www.directionaltraining.org.uk
                                                                                                                                 800 245




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   Debbie           EPIC Community Interest              THE TRUNK, 21, Humphrey Avenue,                                 01527      07896
                                                                                                Managing Director                                   debbie@epic-se.co.uk                www.epic-se.co.uk
   Roberts          Company                              Charford, Bromsgrove B60 3JB                                   878722     689677




                                                                                                 Enterprise and
                                                                                                                       0208 697     07919
  Khalid Sadi       Penrose                              356 Holloway Road                       Development                                     Khalid.sadi@penrose.org.uk             www.penrose.org.uk
                                                                                                                         4212      543342
                                                                                                     Officer
                                                                                                Business Services                   07968
 Jon McLeavy Independent Futures                         Kenwyn Street, Truro TR1 3BA                                                            jon.mcleavy@dchgroup.com
                                                                                                    Manager                        854 625

  Fiona Kerr        Head for Success                                                                                                             fiona@headforsuccess.org.uk        www.headforsuccess.org.uk

                                                                                                   Business
   George                                                P O Box 1321, Barton-le-Clay, MK45                      0845 862           07872
                    Big Issue Invest                                                              Development                                George.ruddock@bigissueinvest.com        www.bigissueinvest.com
   Ruddock                                               4WQ                                                        0107           111837
                                                                                                   Manager
                                                                                                Communications &
                                                         35 Waterside Gardens, Fareham.                            01329            07879
Peter Holding Two Saints                                                                          Fundraising                                   Peter.holding@twosaints.org.uk         www.twosaints.org.uk
                                                         PO16 8SD                                                 234600           801475
                                                                                                   Manager

                                                         De Montfort University, Innovation
   Graham                                                                                                              0116 207     07808
                    Community Research Company           Centre, 49, Oxford Street, Leicester                                                      gfletcher258@gmail.com
   Fletcher                                                                                                              8539      583651
                                                         LE1 5XY


   Roderick                                              Park Place, 10/12 Lawn Lane SW8          Bataleur Des         020 7735
                    Prison Advice and Care Trust                                                                                             Roderick.Bentley@prisonadvice.org.uk     www.prisonadvice.org.uk
   Bentley                                               1UD                                       Nombres               9535
                                                         6 The View, Weston super Mare BS23                                         07826
Pauline Russell Private interest                                                                                                               paulinemrussell@googlemail.com
                                                         2EB                                                                       174 086


    Adam                                                                                                                 01283      07971
                    Longacres Consulting Ltd             8 Watery Lane Scropton DE65 5PL             Owner                                       adam.townsend@yahoo.co.uk               Www.lacltd.co.uk
  Townsend                                                                                                              584924     569355




                                                         1-3 Laneham Street, Scunthorpe                                  01724      07970
 Jan Williams Crosby Employment Bureau                                                          Managing Director                               Jan@crosbyemployment.co.uk          www.crosbyemployment.co.uk
                                                         DN15 6LJ                                                       844848     683176




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                                                       First Floor, 12-20 Baron Street,                              0207 923     07954
Pat Fitzsimons Community Network                                                                   CEO                                         pat@community-network.org         www.community-network.org
                                                       London N1 9LL                                                   5256      426 088




  Stephen                                                                                      Community and           01209      07768
                  Cornwall College                     Trevenson Road, Pool, TR15 3RD                                                        Stephen.a.roberts@cornwall.ac.uk       www.cornwall.ac.uk
  Roberts                                                                                     Projects Manager        616244     357836




                                                       Elizabeth Fry Approved Premises                                 0118       07514
 Sue Pearce       Sue Pearce Associates                                                                                                    suepearce@suepearceassociates.co.uk
                                                       Reading Berkshire                                             9572385     805726




    Mel                                                33 Brown Street, Salisbury,Wilts SP1                            01722       0787
                  Alabare Christian Care & Support                                             Area Manager                                    m.greenstock@alabare.co.uk            www.alabare.co.uk
 Greenstock                                            2AS                                                            322882     9621336




                                                                                                                                  07794
Gavin Bolton Switch Community Ltd                      1 Wesley Street, Cambourne                 Director                                    gavinb@switchcommunity.co.uk       www.switchcommunity.co.uk
                                                                                                                                 582944




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                                                      Goodgrane Activity Centre, Halvasso,
  Katherine                                                                                    Development             01326      07977
                 BF Adventure                         Longdowns, Penryn, Cornwall TR10                                                              kath@bfadventure.org                www.bfadventure.org
  Ennever                                                                                       Manager               341808     935954
                                                      9BX


                                                                                                Business
  George                                              P O Box 1321, Barton-le-Clay, MK45                             0845 862     07872
                 Big Issue Invest                                                              Development                                   George.ruddock@bigissueinvest.com        www.bigissueinvest.com
  Ruddock                                             4WQ                                                              0107      111837
                                                                                                Manager
                                                      35 Waterside Gardens, Fareham,                                   01329      07714
 Jon Bramley     Two Saints                                                                   Projects Officer                                  Jon.bramley@twosaints.org.uk            www.twosaints.org.uk
                                                      Hants                                                           234600     181896



                                                      33 Brown Street, Salisbury,Wilts SP1
Mike Hibberd Alabare Christian Care & Support                                                                                                     m.hibberd@alabare.co.uk                www.alabare.co.uk
                                                      2AS




                                                      Maple House
                                                      Sandbrook Business Park
   Wilfred                                                                                                                        07912
                 KLARRATI CIC                         Sandbrook Way                               Director                                             ihamie@aol.com
  Hamilton                                                                                                                       055 525
                                                      Rochdale
                                                      OL11 1LQ

   Zinthiya
                                                                                                                       0116
Ganeshpancha Tomorrow Together                        7 Peacock Lane, Leicester, LE1 5PZ          Director                                      tomorrowtogether@ymail.com
                                                                                                                     2519068
      n
 Charmaine                                                                                                           0121 530
             Groundwork West Midlands                                                        EBS Lead Advisor                               Charmaine.Morrell@groundwork.org.uk      www.groundworkwm.org.uk
   Morrell                                                                                                             5530



                                                      11 Coventry Road, Sharnford,                                     01455      07590
Natasha Jolob Hope Enterprises                                                               Specialist Advisor                             natasha.jolob@kai-zeninternational.com   www.hopeneterprises.org.uk
                                                      Leicester LE10 3PG                                              271161     523 540



                                                                                                                                 0788 303
 Lola Atkins     Eye With a View works                                                                                                              lola@ewavworks.com                  www.ewavworks.com
                                                                                                                                   1115




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                                                       31 – 33 Lumiere Court – London sw17    Beyond Prison           02087      07795
Fabio Gomes Southside Partnership                                                                                                          FGomes@southsidepartnership.org.uk       www.beyondprison.org.uk
                                                       7bq                                      Manager              726153     037276




                                                                                              Development                        07917
Simon Lincoln No Offence! CIC                          19 The Square, Retford, DN22 6DQ                                                         sue.clifford@no-offence.org            www.no-offence.org
                                                                                               Volunteer                        652920




                                                                                              Development                        07917
Simon Lincoln No Offence! CIC                          19 The Square, Retford, DN22 6DQ                                                         sue.clifford@no-offence.org            www.no-offence.org
                                                                                               Volunteer                        652920




                                                                                                                      0151       07834
 Brian dawe       SAFE Productions Ltd                 Safe hub, Waverley st. L20 4AP              MD                                       Brian.dawe@safeproductions.co.uk       www.safeproductions.co.uk
                                                                                                                    9331311     188752

                                                  Hilton Hall, Hilton Lane,
   Ramesh         Creativation Community Ventures                                                                     01902      07967
                                                  Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, WV11             Director                                    partnerships@creativation.org.uk        www.creativation.org.uk
   Manga          CIC                                                                                                331 494    028 919
                                                  2BQ



                                                       17 Frederick Street, Sunderland, SR1                           0191      0773 999
Jeffrey Warren Riverside CIC                                                                     Member                                     Street40@riversideconsulting.org.uk   www.riversideconsulting.org.uk
                                                       1LT                                                          2700146       6870


                                                                                              Head of School
                                                                                               Conservation           01274      07968
 Robin Dark       Forster Community College            Captains street, Bradford , BD1 4EL                                                       Robin.dark@forster.ac.uk               www.forster.ac.uk
                                                                                              Environmental          308707     326606
                                                                                               Management




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                                                     Room 03A, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street,      Merseyside           0151 703     07843
Chris Jones     Tomorrow's People                                                                                                           cjones@tomorrows-people.co.uk     www.tomorrows-people.co.uk
                                                     Liverpool L2 2AH                            Manager               0630      684537




                                                                                                                       0207       07971
Michael Nulty `alacratas CIC                         28 Doughty Ct, London E1W 3RT                  MD                                           mike@alacratas.co.uk            www.alacratas.co.uk
                                                                                                                     4884755     791008




                                                     Pie Factory, Media City,Salford M50                                           0757
 Paul Hurst     Mobile Media Partnership Ltd                                                 Creative Director                             mobilemediapartnership@gmail.com
                                                     2EQ                                                                         7412707




   Sipi                                              24 Blashford Street, London, SE13                                 0208       07787
                Mutual advantage                                                                  Partner                                      sh@mutualadvantage.coop        www.mutualadvantage.coop
Hämeenaho                                            &UA                                                             6980712     531944




                                                     Eliot Park Innovation Centre, 4 Barling                           02476      07412
Ian Henshaw Ubique Partnerships Ltd                                                          Executive Director                               ian@ubiquepartnerships.com      www.ubiquepartnerships.com
                                                     Way, Nuneaton, CV10 7RH                                          796440     800048




                                                     Eliot Park Innovation Centre, 4 Barling                           02476      07412
Ian Henshaw Ubique Partnerships Ltd                                                          Executive Director                               ian@ubiquepartnerships.com      www.ubiquepartnerships.com
                                                     Way, Nuneaton, CV10 7RH                                          796440     800048




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                                                                                               Senior
                                                                                                                    0207       07782
 Victor Roffey Bounce Back Foundation                 8a Courtenay St, London, SE11 5PQ   Programmes Co-                                victor@bouncebackproject.com
                                                                                                                  7351256     7796145
                                                                                              ordinator




                                                                                                                    01707      07594
Andrew Picken                                                                                Consultant                                   andrewpicken@cantab.net
                                                                                                                   338921     335673
                                                                                                                  0191 256     07814
Sian Thomas TCUK Property Services                    Plummer Street NE4 7AB              Marketing Officer                                  s.thomas@tcuk.org               www.tcuk.org
                                                                                                                     2917     234485
                                                                                                                               07817
Lee Whitehead Nacro                                   10-12 Lawn Lane, London SW8 1UD      Bid Executive                                Lee.Whitehead@nacro.org.uk         www.nacro.org.uk
                                                                                                                              861421

                                                      12 Raynham Avenue, Didsbury,                                  0161       07977
Mick Sheldon Inside Track (Euro) Ltd                                                          Director                                     mick@sheldon51.co.uk         www.insidetrackeuro.com
                                                      Manchester M20 6BW                                          4480788     452676




                                                      Bewsey Park Community Centre,
                                                                                                                    01925
  Kim Bate       Golden Gate Housing Trust            Troutbeck Avenue, Bewsey,           Funding Officer                                  Kim.Bate@gght.org.uk            www.gght.org.uk
                                                                                                                   454760
                                                      Warrington,. WA5 0AS




                                                      75 Harborne Road
                                                      Edgbaston                                                   0121 410
 Kam Manku       Accent on Training Ltd                                                                                                    kam.manku@ifgl.co.uk
                                                      Birmingham                                                    6090
                                                      B15 3DH
                                                      75 Harborne Road
                                                      Edgbaston                                                   0121 410
Vicky Sherrey Accent on Training Ltd                                                                                                    vicky@accentontraining.org.uk
                                                      Birmingham                                                    6090
                                                      B15 3DH
                                                      75 Harborne Road
                                                      Edgbaston                                                   0121 410
 Neer Modha      Accent on Training Ltd                                                                                                    neer.modha@ifgl.co.uk
                                                      Birmingham                                                    6090
                                                      B15 3DH




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                                                      75 Harborne Road
  Glynis                                              Edgbaston                                                     0121 410
                 Accent on Training Ltd                                                                                                       glynis.hallsworth@ifgl.co.uk
 Hallsworth                                           Birmingham                                                      6090
                                                      B15 3DH
                                                      75 Harborne Road
   Alison                                             Edgbaston                                                     0121 410
                 Accent on Training Ltd                                                                                                       alison.battersby@ifgl.co.uk
  Battersby                                           Birmingham                                                      6090
                                                      B15 3DH
                                                      2nd Floor
                                                                                             Head of Service
                                                      84 Market Street
                                                                                                 (Policy            0151 649
Gary Chwalko Forum Housing Association                Birkenhead                                                                          gary.chwalko@forumhousing.co.uk
                                                                                            Implementation &          9718
                                                      Wirral
                                                                                            Systems Review)
                                                      CH41 6HB


                                                      Open Field, City House – 23-27           Open Field             01274      07765
 Yasmin Dar      Incommunities Group Ltd                                                                                                   Yasmin.dar@incommunities.co.uk       www.incommunities.co.uk
                                                      Cheapside, Bradford, BD1 4HR             Consultant            254824     601747




 Alamgeer                                             1A Beck Road, Brough, East                                      01430      07867
                 Reconnect (Everthorpe) ltd                                                     Director                                 Alamgeer.choudhury@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
 Choudhury                                            Yorkshire, Hu15 1RB                                            426725     532399




                                                      9th Floor, Edgbaston House | Hagley                           0121 456
Emma Wright Brap                                                                                                                                 Emmaw@brap.org.uk                  www.brap.org.uk
                                                      Road | Birmingham | B16 8NH                                     7400




                                                      First Floor
                                                      Maple House
                                                      Sandbrook Way                                                   01706      01706
 Julie Hilton    Everyday Skills Limited                                                        Director                                    julie.hilton@everydayskills.co.uk   www.everydayskills.co.uk
                                                      Sandbrook Business Park                                        657061     767052
                                                      Rochdale
                                                      OL11 1LQ




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                                                       First Floor
                                                       Maple House
                                                       Sandbrook Way                            Company               01706      07912
Joan Hamilton Everyday Skills Ltd t/a Ease                                                                                                  Joan.hamilton@everydayskills.co.uk           www.everydayskills.co.uk
                                                       Sandbrook Business Park                  secretary            657061     993865
                                                       Rochdale
                                                       OL11 1LQ




                                                       Durham Tees Valley Probation Trust
                                                       Headquarters
                                                       Floor 5 Centre North East               Business
  Joanne          Durham Tees Valley Probation                                                                        01642
                                                       73-75 Albert Road                      Development                                 joanne.gleeson@dtv.probation.gsi.gov.uk
  Gleeson         Trust                                                                                              230533
                                                       Middlesbrough                           Manager
                                                       TS1 2RU



                                                       151 Buckingham Palace Road,                                    03000      07894
 Clare King       London Probation Trust                                                    Project Manager                               Clare.king@london.probation.gsi.gov.uk       www.london-probation.org.uk
                                                       London, SW1W 9SZ                                              480293     482 812



                                                       Trust House
                                                       5 New Augustus Street
 Ann Payton       Incommunities Group Ltd                                                                                                    Ann.Payton@incommunities.co.uk             www.incommunities.co.uk
                                                       Bradford
                                                       BD1 5LL

  Jonathan                                                                                                          0207 703     07595
                  St. Giles Trust                                                                                                           Jonathan.Smith@stgilestrust.org.uk            www.stgilestrust.org.uk
    Smith                                                                                                             7000      278543



   Angela         Manchester Active Voices Youth       Turing House, Archway 5,                Founder &                         07779
                                                                                                                                            info@manchesteractivevoices.org.uk      www.manchesteractivevoices.org.uk
  Lawrence        Empowerment Programme                Manchester, M15 5RL                  Executive Director                  950472




   James                                                                                                              01209      07943
                  Questions & Answers CIC              1 Wesley St, Camborne, Cornwall,     Managing Director                                       james@qacic.co.uk                        www.qacic.co.uk
  Browning                                                                                                           722359     674700




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                                                         G/F Ibex House
                                                                                                  Business
                                                         42-47 Minories                                                  0330 30    07553370
  Natasha                                                                                        Development
                    3SC                                  London                                                           30 300       041          Natasha.Newson@3SC.org                    www.bids@3sc.org
  Newsom                                                                                          Manager
                                                         EC3N 1DY




                                                                                                   Regional
                                                                                                Coordinator NE &
   Trish                                                                                                                  01535     0777 328
                    Margaret Carey Foundation            22 Harden Lane, Bradford BD15 0EU          Cumbria                                    trish@margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk   www.margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk
 Thompson                                                                                                                275530       1369




                                                         111 Embleton Road, London SE13                                 020 8265     07905
 Tony Rich          Socia Capita Solutions                                                          Director                                         Tony.rich1@ntlworld.com
                                                         7DQ                                                              8395      164 705


   Peter                                                 18c Meridian East, Leicester, LE19        Business     0845 155              07827
                    Remploy Ltd                                                                                                                   peter.furmedge@remploy.co.uk                www.remploy.co.uk
 Furmedge                                                1WZ                                    Development Mgr   2700               820081

                                                         20 Ruardean Walk, Cheltenham,                                    01234       07848
Terry Herbert Green Office Coop CIC                                                                 Principal                                   Terry.herbert@greenofficenow.com           www.thegreenoffice.coop
                                                         GL52 5GG                                                        236430      026279




                                                                                                                                                                                          www.createfoundation.co.uk
                                                         The Mint, Moor View, Holbeck, Leeds,     Partnerships            0113        07920                                                www.foodbycreate.co.uk
  Liz Riley         The Create Foundation                                                                                                            liz.riley@createleeds.org
                                                         LS11 9NF                                  Manager              3946120      269270




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                                                         32 Worcester Road, Netherton,                                               07892
 Sandra Perry Universal Support Project                                                          Joint Manager                                    sperry2010@hotmail.co.uk
                                                         Dudley DY2 9LN                                                             815572



                                                         32 Worcester Road, Netherton,                                               07731
 James White Universal Support Project                                                           Joint Manager                                      Jaw28@hotmail.co.uk
                                                         Dudley DY2 9LN                                                             343005


                                                                                                                        0121 212     07918
Lloyd Robinson Yungstas Ltd                              33 Mary Street                             Director                                         maxm@talk21.com
                                                                                                                          3581      088296
                                                         Regional Partnership Centre
                                                         Albert House                           European Funding 0121 678            07827
 Abdul Qadir        West Midlands European Service                                                                                             a.qadir@wmeuropeanservice.eu
                                                         Quay Place, Edward Street                   Advisor       1016             894 748
                                                         Birmingham, B1 2RA, UK




   Gordon                                                Park Place, 10-12 Lawn Lane, London     Manager North          020 7840
                    Nacro                                                                                                                       Gordon.fenwick@nacro.org.uk            WWW.nacro.org.uk
   Fenwick                                               SW8 1UD                                     East                 7200




                                                         Suite 2, Trident Training Centre | 1                           0845 450     07870
Helen Ryman Social Enterprise West Midlands                                                     Lead Consultant                               h.ryman@socialenterprisewm.org.uk   www.socialenterprisewm.org.uk
                                                         Rake Way | Birmingham | B15 1EG                                  7515      424 175
                    Birmingham Supported Living          1397 Pershore Road, Stirchley,                                 0121 448     07432
  Tom Wren                                                                                                                                          general@bsl2010.com
                    2010 Ltd.                            Birmingham. B30 2JR                                              8616      154930
                    Birmingham Supported Living          1397 Pershore Road, Stirchley,                                 0121 448     07432
  Liam Wren                                                                                                                                         general@bsl2010.com
                    2010 Ltd.                            Birmingham. B30 2JR                                              8616      154930
   Collette
                    Wcil                                                                                                                        collettejackson12@yahoo.co.uk
   Jackson
                                                         Malt House
                                                         281 Field End Road                        Business
                                                                                                                        0208 582     07850
Val McNerney Offenders                                   Ruislip                                  Development                                 Val.McNerney@homegroup.org.uk
                                                                                                                          2137      206 726
                                                         Middlesex                                  Partner
                                                         HA4 9XQ



  Theresa                                                Trident House 23 Palmvale Croft,                                            07976
                    Employment Angels                                                              Proprietor                                     tcomiskey@hotmail.co.uk         www.employmentangels.co.uk
  Comiskey                                               Sheldon, Birmingham B26 2US                                                802655




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Amanda West-                                                                                 Associates and           01536      07739
             GOALS UK                                  357 Euston Road, London NW1 3A                                                     AmandaWest-Sadler@goalsuk.org           www.goalsuk.org
   Sadler                                                                                       Trainers             760696     460250




Amanda West-
                                                                                             Associates and           01536      07739
   Sadler    GOALS UK                                  357 Euston Road, London NW1 3A                                                     AmandaWest-Sadler@goalsuk.org           www.goalsuk.org
                                                                                                Trainers             760696     460250




                                                                                             Associates and           01536      07739
Roland Sewell GOALS UK                                 357 Euston Road, London NW1 3A                                                         RolandSewell@goalsuk.org            www.goalsuk.org
                                                                                                Trainers             760696     460250




  Monica                                               Room 306, The Custard Factory, Gibb                          0121 771     07876
                  Turning Point                                                              Service Manager                              monica.gregory@turning-point.co.uk   www.turning-point.co.uk
  Gregory                                              Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B9 4AA                             0544      684 749



                                                  Hilton Hall, Hilton Lane,
                  Creativation Community Ventures                                                                   0845 805     07590
Donna Adams                                       Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, WV11             Director                                  partnerships@creativation.org.uk    www.creativation.org.uk
                  CIC                                                                                                 9958      116091
                                                  2BQ




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                                                                                                Director of
                                                        Glebe Cottage, Valenders Lane,                                01608      07896
 Liz Garton        The Progression Trust                                                       Learning and                                e.garton@theprogressiontrust.org       www.theprogressiontrust.org
                                                        Ilmington Warwickshire CV36 4LB                              682 542    746 034
                                                                                                Innovation




                                                                                             Area Operations                     07971
Lloyd Kristian Turning Point                            Standon House, 21 Mansell St E1                                                    Lloyd.kristian@turning-point.co.uk        www.turing-point.co.uk
                                                                                                Manager                         122209



Michael Spike                                           The Enterprise Suite, 21 – 23 Peel                          020 7372     07904
              Community Consultants (SK) Ltd                                                      Chair                                   chair@communityconsultants.org.uk     www.communityconsultants.org.uk
   Hudson                                               Precinct, London NW6 5BS                                      3355      395 708




                                                        Suite G6, Britannia House, 11                               020 8563     07771
  Ian Ross         Outside Chance                                                                 CEO                                         ianoutsidechance@aol.com              www.outsidechance.org
                                                        Glenthorne Road, London W6 0LH                                7700      847777




                                                                                             Business Planning 0207 280          07791
John Gillespie ACEVO                                    1 New Oxford Street                                                                  John.gillespie@acevo.org.uk               www.acevo.org.uk
                                                                                                Consultant       4938           282 812


                   Urban Inclusion Ltd (on behalf of
 Em Ekong          Women at the Well)                                                                                                      em.ekong@urbaninclusion.co.uk


Brian Marshall 2X1                                                                                                                          bmarshall2011@hotmail.co.uk

                                                        c/o
                                                        Lenta Business Centres
                                                                                                                                 07739        ahmun@coreplanuk.com
 Viv Ahmun         Choices Partnership                  Coppergate House (Room 414)                                                        choices.partnership@gmail.com
                                                                                                                                983048
                                                        16 Brune Street
                                                        London E1 7NJ
                                                                                                                                 07958
  Jo Scott         Practical care project CIC           22 park rise. London se231rt             Director                                      mjs@practicalcare.org.uk              www.practicalcare.org
                                                                                                                                916096




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                                                      Community Investment Department
                                                      Suttons Wharf South
                                                                                              Community       0208 821         07971
 Althea Bart     One Housing Group                    44 Palmers Road                                                                   abart@onehousinggroup.co.uk
                                                                                           Investment Officer   5159          304 805
                                                      London
                                                      E2 0TA




                                                      International House
                                                                                                                               07967
 Alan Weston Equa-Ed                                  20 Arabin Road                                                                         alan@equa-ed.co.uk
                                                                                                                              103933
                                                      Brockley SE4 2SE




                                                      International House
  Richard                                                                                                                      07966
                 Equa-Ed                              20 Arabin Road                                                                       Richard@equa-ed.co.uk
  Mckenny                                                                                                                     370485
                                                      Brockley SE4 2SE




                                                      5 De Beauvoir Square                                        020 7249     07879
Mary Chadwick Chadwickfocus                                                                    Director                                    mejchadwick@aol.com           www.chadwickfocus.wordpress.com
                                                      London N1 4LG                                                 6743      812766




                                                      1-2 Craven Road, Ealing, London W5                          0208 326     07866
Ian Whitehead The Citizens Trust                                                            Trust Manager                               Ian.Whitehead@the-citizen.info      www.thecitizenstrust.org.uk
                                                      2UA                                                           3200      556096




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  Jonathon                                              1-2 Craven Road, Ealing, London W5                           0208 566     07808
                   The Citizens Trust                                                         Business Manager                                    Jonathon.Davies@the-citizen.info            www.thecitizenstrust.org.uk
   Davies                                               2UA                                                            1206      789078




                                                                                                Head Office
Meg Fassam-                                             Tanners Lane, Barkingside,                             020 8498           07711
            Barnardo’s                                                                           Business                                       meg.fassam-wright@barnardos.org.uk              www.barnardos.org.uk/
  Wright                                                Ilford, Essex IG6 1QG                                    7743            813 215
                                                                                              Development Unit


   Andrew                                                                                                              01923      07928
                   CLASSuk                              3 Anthony Close, Watford WD19 4NA         Director                                       andrew.barnett2702@hotmail.co.uk
   Barnett                                                                                                            222 565    575955


  Andrew
                   Wiltshire Probation Trust                                                                                               Andrew.Chatterjee@wiltshire.probation.gsi.gov.uk
 Chatterjee




                                                        Pie Factory, Media City,Salford M50                          0161 921     07919
Paul Galloway Mobile Media Partnership Ltd                                                         Sales                                         mobilemediapartnership@gmail.com
                                                        2EQ                                                            2891      110854




                                                                                                   Head of
                                                        Fox Talbot House,                     Communities and          01225      07714
Maria Thomas Shaw Trust                                                                                                                           Maria.thomas@shaw-trust.org.uk                www.shaw.trust.org.uk
                                                        Chippenham, SN15 1BN                   National Justice       716300     385564
                                                                                                    Lead




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                                                      The Enterprise Suite, 21 – 23 Peel                            020 7372     07930
Juliette Brown Community Consultants (SK) Ltd                                                    Trainer                                          jjbconsult@gmail.com               www.communityconsultants.org.uk
                                                      Precinct, London NW6 5BS                                        3355      540 379




   Leslie                                                                                                           01764 66 0779 626
                 CROPT                                                                                                                              les@huckfield.com                       www.cropt.org.uk/
  Huckfield                                                                                                           00 80    6002




                                                      HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall
                                                      The Drive
Katie Clarke-                                         Lichfield                              Learning & Skills        01543
              HMPYOI Swinfen Hall                                                                                                           Kate.clark-smith@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
   Smith                                              Staffs                                    Manager              484174
                                                      WS14 9QS


                                                      HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall
                                                      The Drive
                                                      Lichfield                                                       01543      07766
Sarah Smith      HMYOI Swinfen Hall                                                                AO                                        Sarah.smith07@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
                                                      Staffs                                                         484174     551129
                                                      WS14 9QS




                                                      755/56 The Big Peg, 120 Vyse Street,
  Nathan                                                                                                                         07970
                 The Future Melting Pot               Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18                                                   n.shillingford@thefuturemeltingpot.co.uk    www.thefuturemeltingpot.co.uk
 Shillingford                                                                                                                   650 364
                                                      6NF


                                                                                               Founder and            0208       07976
 Vinod Patel     secur IT ism Limited                                                                                                             vinod@securitism.com                    www.securITism.com
                                                                                                 Director           1509186     134997
   Lorraine                                                                                                                      07961
              Waltz Programmes                                                                   Director                                     lorraine@waltzprogrammes.org
   Lawson                                                                                                                        11234
Ian Glasscock Games for Life                                                                                                                ian.glasscock@gamesforlife.co.uk

Ian Glasscock Games for Life                                                                                                                ian.glasscock@gamesforlife.co.uk




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                  Creative & Supportive Trust                                                                         02074      07830
Rukia Begum                                            52-54 Featherstone Street, EC1Y8RT      Manager                                        Rukia@castwomen.org.uk           www.castwomen.org.uk
                  (CAST)                                                                                             901546     628685



                                                                                                                                 07801
Dave Tomalin LIPPY                                     PO Box 99, Ossett, WF5 0WS              Director                                     davetomalin@lippypeople.com         www.lippypeople.com
                                                                                                                                822581
   Daphne                                                                                                                        07786
                                                                                                                                              mail@daphneingham.co.uk
   Ingham                                                                                                                       191053
                                                       Remploy Social Enterprise Centre
                                                       Stanley Street
                                                                                                                      01332      07792
 Steve Ralf       Inklusive CIC                        Worksop                                 Director                                         steve@inklusive.co.uk           www.inklusive.co.uk
                                                                                                                     835966     973621
                                                       Nottinghamshire
                                                       S81 7HX


                  The Citizen Engagement               21 High View Drive, Kingswinford,                                         07587
Tony Sidaway                                                                                   Director                                    tony-s@citizenengagement.co.uk
                  Company Ltd                          West Midlands, DY6 8HT                                                   022966




                                                       PO Box 4335 Frome, Somerset. BA11                              0844       07891
Derek Jones       Emailaprisoner.com                                                             MD                                       md@prison-technology-services.com   www.emailaprisoner.com
                                                       9AF                                                          8733111     926642



                                                       C/O Derbyshire Dales, Amber Valley &
                                                       Erewash Citizens Advice
                                                       Ilkeston Office
                                                       The Albion Leisure Centre              Partnership             0115       07730
 Kris Ambler      Advice Derbyshire                                                                                                        Kris.ambler@advicederbyshire.org   www.advicederbyshire.org
                                                       East Street                             Manager              9512968     093846
                                                       Ilkeston
                                                       DE7 5HW




                                                       Pie Factory, Media City,Salford M50                            07779       0770
Anthony Smith Mobile Media Partnership Ltd                                                     Director                                   mobilemediapartnership@gmail.com
                                                       2EQ                                                           374921     8314959




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   Katy                                                                                         Head of
                                                                                                                     01535      07753
 McCormick       Margaret Carey Foundation            22 Harden Lane, Bradford BD15 0EU       Development                               katy@margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk    www.margaretcareyfoundation.org.uk
                                                                                                                    275530     778617




                                                      Unit 3 Ponderosa Business Park
                                                      Heckmondwike West Yorks WF16                                   01924      07770
Graham Wiles Green Future Building Ltd                                                      Project Manager                                graham.wiles@kirklees.gov.uk          www.greenfuturebuilding.org.uk
                                                      0PN                                                           405028     596695



                                                                                                                                07891
Karl Aryeetey MENTEK FOUNDATION                       4 Greenbank Road Liverpool L18 1HN      Coordinator                                 Mentek.foundation@yahoo.co.uk
                                                                                                                               324326




                                                      UVCC, 45 Stortford Road, Great                                 01371
 Linda Riley     Voluntary Sector Training                                                   Director (CEO)                             linda@voluntarysectortraining.org.uk       www.voluntarysectortraining
                                                      Dunmow, Essex CM6 1DQ                                         876747


                                                      25 Wellington Street St Johns
                                                                                             Chief Executive
                                                      Blackburn
   Sarah         East Lancashire Women’s                                                         Officer             01254
                                                      Lancs                                                                              Sarah.swindley@womenscentre.org             www.womenscentre.org
  Swindley       Centres                                                                                            583032
                                                      BB1 8AF




                                                      Office 13, Spark Studio, 208-210                               07527      07587
John Swallow Youth 21 CIC                                                                   Business Manager                               John.swallow@youth21.org.uk                www.youth21.org.uk
                                                      Great Clowes Street, Salford M7 2ZS                           477123     090930




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                                                     Office 13, Spark Studio, 208-210                                          07587
Colin Hughes Youth 21 CIC                                                                  Business Manager                                colin.hughes@youth21.org.uk           www.youth21.org.uk
                                                     Great Clowes Street, Salford M7 2ZS                                      090903




                                                     6 Genesis Business Park
                                                     Sheffield Road
   Dave                                                                                        Corporate            01709      07825
             Action Housing and Support              Rotherham                                                                         dave.swindlehurst@actionhousinguk.org   www.actionhousinguk.org
Swindlehurst                                                                               Business Manager        821251     073199
                                                     S60 1DX



                                                     6 Genesis Business Park
                                                     Sheffield Road
                                                                                                                    01709
Steve Owen      Action Housing and Support           Rotherham                             Managing Director                              steve.owen@actionhousinguk.org       www.actionhousinguk.org
                                                                                                                   821251
                                                     S60 1DX




                                                                                                                  0151 237     07403
 Rosie Jolly    Social Enterprise Network            151 Dale Street Liverpool L2 2AH            CEO                                           rosie.jolly@sen.org.uk              www.sen.org.uk
                                                                                                                    2664      101808




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                                                     15 Green Lane North, Liverpool L16                                      07933
Dave James      Diverse People Solutions CIC                                                 Director           1.52E+09               davidjames@diversepeople.co.uk         www.diversepeople.co.uk
                                                     8NH                                                                    779596




   Deb                                                                                                          0161 789     07806
                Parents in Recovery (T/A DDTC)       24 Venesta Avenue Salford M6 8FE        Founder                                   Deborah.drinkwater@ntlworld.com
Drinkwater                                                                                                        6866      780161




                                                                                                                0161 789     07806
Julie Stewart Parents in Recovery (T/A DDTC)         24 Venesta Avenue Salford M6 8FE        Founder                                   Deborah.drinkwater@ntlworld.com
                                                                                                                  6866      780161




                                                     6 Brookfield Ave, Crosby, Liverpool,                                    07767
Cath Aitken     Health Junction C.I.C.                                                       Director                                      cathyaitken@hotmail.com
                                                     L23 3DW                                                                386828




  Emma                                               5 Whittle Court, Town Rd, Hanley,      Operational           01782      07990
                Brighter Futures                                                                                                     Emma.stazaker@brighter-futures.org.uk   www.brighter-futures.org.uk
 Stazaker                                            ST1 2QE                                 Manager             208200     518794




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                                                     33 Holmfield Road Blackpool
  John          FLEETWOOD HERITAGE                                                                                             07939
                                                     FY2 9TB                                                                            Johnwoodman80@hotmail.com         www.visitfleetwood.co.uk
 Woodman        LEISURE TRUST                                                                                                 011 848




                                                     The Investment Centre, 375 Stanley                                        07585
Lynne Jones Wise Connections CIC                                                               Director                                  lynne@wise-connections.co.uk    www.wise-connections.co.uk
                                                     Rd Bootle L20 3EF                                                        967736




  Sabeeya       Remploy Ltd (Social Enterprise       18c Meridian East, Meridian Business                                      07775
                                                                                          Business Assistant                            Sabeeya.dawood@remploy.co.uk         www.remploy.co.uk
  Dawood        Dept)                                Park, Leicester L19 1WZ                                                  026 153




                                                     165 Glenfield Road, Leicester LE3                            0116 299     07800
Howard Platts The TREES Group                                                                  Manager                                   h.platts@thetreesgroup.org.uk
                                                     6DP                                                            4466      739 646




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                                                                                              Strategic Planning
                                                        Clyde House, Clyde St, Ashton, OL7        & Business     0161 214          07790
 Jo Cocker         St Peter’s Parterships                                                                                                     Jo.cocker@stpeterspartnerships.org        www.stpeterspartnerships.org
                                                        0NQ                                     Development        8312           589905
                                                                                                   Manager




                                                                                                   Local
                                                                                                                      0207 248     07891
Nathan Dick        Clinks                               59 Carter Lane, London, EC4V 5AQ        Development                                         Nathan.Dick@clinks.org                     www.clinks.org
                                                                                                                        3538      293 093
                                                                                                Team Leader
                                                        2nd Floor Aksa House                      Business
                                                                                                                      0161 626     07814
 Nick Harris       Threshold                            2 Medtia Sq.,                           Development                                          NickHarris@thp.org.uk                    www.thp.org.uk
                                                                                                                        0844      240185
                                                        Oldham OL1 1AN                            Manager




   Marie                                                St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green                               0161 277
                   GMCVO                                                                         Consultant                                     Marie.Brookfield@gmcvo.org.uk                www.gmcvo.org.uk
 Brookfield                                             North Manchester M12 6FZ                                        1000




                                                        75 Westminster Bridge Road, London                             020 921     07737
Patrick Shine The Shaftesbury Partnerhsip                                                       Lead Partner                                Patrick.shine@shaftesburypartnership.org   www.shaftesburypartnership.org
                                                        SE1 7HS                                                         4322      472 296


  Danielle                                              The Communiversity, Altcross Rd                               0151 546     07742
                   Alt Valley Community Trust                                                 Project Manager                                   Danielle@communiversity.co.uk            www.communiversity.co.uk
  Forman                                                Liverpool, L11 0BS                                              5514      053 637


                                                        Municipal Buildings I Dale Street I    Transformation
                                                                                                                      0151 233
 Phil Rigby        Liverpool City Council               Liverpool I L2 2DH                        Manager                                          phil.rigby@liverpool.gov.uk              www.liverpool.gov.uk
                                                                                                                        4199
                                                        13a Hope Street
                                                                                                 Business
 Annemarie                                                                                                            0151 708
                   Hope Street Ltd.                                                             Development                                       annemarie@hope-street.org                 www.hope-street.org
   Martin                                               Liverpool L1 9BQ                                                8007
                                                                                                 Manager
                                                        29 Parliament Street                                                       07921
                                                                                                                                                  rayhaigh21@googlemail.com
 Ray Haigh         BASECAMP3                            Liverpool                                 Director                        193 775            ray@pacificstream.info
                                                        L8 5RN




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  Nicholas                                                                                                                0151 364     07904
                   Emotive Matters Limited              142 Aigburth Road                            Director                                        info@emotivematters.org.uk
  Blackhall                                                                                                                 7326      377191

                                                        Suite G4, Walton Cornerstone, 2
                                                                                                                          0151 733     07402
 Ben Konkwo        UK Green Angels CIC                  Liston Street, Walton Liverpool. L4          Director                                   admin@green-angels-recycling.org.uk     www.green-angels-recycling.org.uk
                                                                                                                            9022      743613
                                                        5RT

                                                                                                    Business
                                                        Room 03A, 4th Floor, 151 Dale Street,                             0151 703     07748
David Williams Tomorrow’s People Trust                                                             Engagement                                    dwilliams@tomorrows-people.co.uk         www.tomorrows-people.co.uk
                                                        Liverpool, L2 2AH                                                   0630      056738
                                                                                                     Adviser

                                                        Room 25, Business Resource Centre,
  Margaret         Inclusion Plus Ltd & Inclusion 4 All Admin Road                                                          0845       07849
                                                                                                 Managing Director                              margaret.rowlands@inclusionplus.co.uk
  Rowlands         CIC                                  Knowsley Industrial Park, Merseyside                              9569704     602730
                                                        L33 7TX



Steven Taylor-                                                                                     Development            0844 357     07837
               Urban Quay Ltd                           60 Hamilton Square, Birkenhead                                                                admin@urbanquay.org.uk                 www.urbanquay.org.uk
    Smith                                                                                            Director               9452      428670



                                                        158 Prescot Road Fairfield Liverpool
  Marilyn                                                                                           Project co-                        07448
                   Vital Aid Foundation                 L7 0JD                                                                                            info@vitalaid.org                     www.vitalaid.org
  Marthins                                                                                           ordinator                        367781




                                                        The Basement Advisory Centre
                                                                                                    Business
                                                        50-60 Parr Street                                                 0151 707
Michelle Smith The Basement Advisory Centre                                                        Development                                   Michelle.Smith@the-basement.org.uk
                                                        Liverpool                                                           1515
                                                                                                     Director
                                                        L1 4JN




                                                        The Friary Centre, Bute St, Liverpool,    Criminal Justice          0151        0780
Amanda Brown The Reader Organisation                                                                                                               amandabrown@thereader.org.uk               www.thereader.org.uk
                                                        L5 3LA                                   Projects Manager         2077207     7106694




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                                                                                                                    0151 254
                                                        Units 3-5, Tapton Way, Wavertree                                          07540
 Nigel Wylie       Urgent Care 24 NHS                                                               CEO             2553x102                       N.Wylie@UC24-nwest.nhs.uk                  www.urgentcare24.com
                                                        Business Village. Liverpool. L13 1DA                                     822978
                                                                                                                       2




  Jacquie
                                                                                                                     0151 703     07500
 Johnston-         Action on Addiction (Merseyside)     17 Rodney St                           Head of Service                            Jacquie.johnston-lynch@actiononaddiction.org.uk   www.actiononaddiction.org.uk
                                                                                                                       0679      858713
   Lynch
                                                        MPAC Centre 1- 27 Bridport Street,                           0151 493     07543
Paul Growney Sound Merseyside                                                                     Director                                          paul@soundmerseyside.org                 www.soundmerseyside.org
                                                        Liverpool, L3 5QF                                              2976      852963
   Joanne                                               MPAC Centre 1- 27 Bridport Street,                           0151 493     07543
                   Sound Merseyside                                                               Manager                                           paul@soundmerseyside.org                 www.soundmerseyside.org
  Abraham                                               Liverpool, L3 5QF                                              2976      852963
 Bernadette
                   Silent Whispers                                                                                                               bernadette@silent-whispers.co.uk
  Langfield
                                                                                                 Business
                                                        32-36 Hanover Street, Liverpool L1                             0151       07776                 pcc.drt@gmail.com
Cyril Obinna       P.A. Service Ltd                                                             Development                                         p.a.service.ltd@gmail.com
                                                        4LN                                                          7093727     465882
                                                                                                 Manager
  Steve J.                                                                                                                        07921
                                                                                                                                                 steve.chandler@wearem21.co.uk
  Chandler                                                                                                                       815039
                                                        9 Leopold Street
  Sharron                                               Sheffield                                                    0114 249
                   Sheffield Information Link                                                  Chief Executive                                    S.Baroudi@Sheffinfolink.org.uk              www.sheffinfolink.org.uk
  Baroudi                                               S1 2GY                                                         4940

                                                        The Building Centre
  George                                                26 Store Street                           London               0207       07956
                   Construction Youth Trust                                                                                                       George.dunstall@cytrust.org.uk
  Dunstall                                              London WC1E 7BT                          Coordinator         4679548     311337




                   North East Social Enterprise         Starting Point, Wawn Street, South                           0191 427                         hgarrad@nesep.co.uk
Linda Rutter                                                                                      Director                                              info@nesep.co.uk
                                                                                                                                                                                                 www.nesep.co.uk
                   Partnership (NESP)                   Shields                                                        2150




                                                                                                                                  07721
Kerry Rimmer Advanced Training Academy                                                                                                            kerry.rimmer1@btinternet.com
                                                                                                                                 840894




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                                                       Grove Road
                                                       Hollesley
  Deborah                                                                                 Head of Reducing         01394
                  HMYOI Warren Hill                    Woodbridge                                                                        deborah.scaife@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
   Scaife                                                                                   Reoffending           633667
                                                       Suffolk
                                                       IP12 3BF



                                                       27 Tallon Road, Brentwood, Essex                            01277      07859
Brian Darwood Lighthouse Furniture Project                                                Project Manager                                  brian@lighthousefurniture.org      www.lighthousefurnitureproject.org
                                                       CM13 1TE                                                   222050     074850




                                                       26 Guildford Street, Luton LU1                              0158       07404
Titi Oluwadare Gem Community Ventures                                                           CEO                                         Titilopeoluwadar@aol.com              www.gemventures.org.uk
                                                       2NR,UK                                                    2842911     914644




                                                                                           Group Support         0116 258
Simon Jenner Voluntary Action LeicesterShire           9 Newarke St, Leicester, LE1 5SN                                                     Simon.j@valonline.org.uk                www.valonline.org.uk
                                                                                           Team Manager            0666


                                                       Brook House
                                                       501 Crewe Road
                                                                                                                   01275      07793
 John Howes       Pendersons Ltd                       Wheelock                               Director                                      j.howes@pendersons.com                  www.pendersons.com
                                                                                                                  398855     541797
                                                       Cheshire
                                                       CW11 3RX
                                                       Croft House, 51 Ashbourne Road,                           0345 505     07850
  Julian Hall     Beating Anger                                                               Director                                   julian@beatingangerderby.co.uk         www.beatingangerderby.co.uk
                                                       Derby, DE22 3FS                                             2450      614042


                                                                                                                             0788 766
Carol Hamlett Transforming Choice CIC                  4 Croxteth Rd L17 3AD                  Director                                   carol@transformingchoice.org.uk
                                                                                                                               5233




                                                                                                                              07984
                                                       8 Turham Court, Rossington,                                 01302     021 813
 Claire Smith     Claire Smith Consultancy Limited                                        Senior Consultant                             claire@clairesmith-consultancy.com   www.practicalcoachingsolutions.co.uk
                                                       Doncaster, DN11 0FX                                        378276      07760
                                                                                                                             661 677




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                                                        Denman Street East, Radford,         Development          0115 978
Jovica Prastalo Groundwork Greater Nottingham                                                                                           Jovica.prastalo@groundworknottingham.org.uk   www.groundworkgreaternottingham.org.uk
                                                        Nottingham, NG7 £GX                   Manager               8212




                                                        Castle Cavendish Business Centre                            0115       07977
 Roger Moors Social Enterprise East Midlands                                                     CEO                                            Roger.moors@seem.uk.net                          www.seem.uk.net
                                                        Dorking Road, Nottingham, NG7 5PN                         8714760     133760




                                                        Bikeworks CIC
                                                                                             Training and
   Barnaby                                              138-140 Cambridge Heath Road                              0208 980     07779
                   Bikeworks CIC                                                             Employment                                      Barnaby.Tasker@bikeworks.org.uk                  www.bikeworks.org.uk
   Tasker                                               London                                                      7998      292106
                                                                                             Coordinator
                                                        E1 5QJ




                                                                                                                  0843 289     07942
Frank Sheridan Vertegen Ltd                             Palatine House, Liverpool              Director                                             info@vertegen.co.uk                        www.vertegen.co.uk
                                                                                                                    3609      862587




                                                                                                                  0207 490     07956
 Ibi Vaughan       CAST                                 52-54 Featherstone Street, London   Freelance Tutor                                          ivsun@aol.co.uk                          www.castwomen.org.uk
                                                                                                                    1546      517 413



                                                                                             Senior Case          0151 345     07872
Jennifer Hunt KPMS Ltd UK                               23 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 5AP                                                          Jennifer@kpmsuk.com                          www.kpmsuk.com
                                                                                              Manager               7747      948 400




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                                                                                                                                  07885
 Gary Case         Fit for Purpose Fit for Life                                                                                                   g.case1@btinternet.com
                                                                                                                                 090751
    Adam
                   Fit for Purpose Fit for Life                                                                                                   g.case1@btinternet.com
  Rawlinson
                                                        32 Charnwood Street
                   Derbyshire Learning &                Derby                               Administration Co-         01332
 Jenna Shaw                                                                                                                                    jenna.shaw@consortium.org.uk            www.consortium.org.uk
                   Development Consortium               DE1 2GU                                ordinator              265961




                                                        Business Resource Centre Admin
   Teresa                                                                                                              08459       0753
                   Inclusion 4 All CIC                  Road Knowsley Industrial Park,       Associate Director                              teresa.connolly@inclusion4all.co.uk       www.inclusion4all.co.uk
  Connolly                                                                                                            569704     9445575
                                                        Knowsley, Merseyside L33 7TX




                                                                                                                       01709
                                                        6 Genesis Business Park Sheffield Rd,                                     07717
Mandy Carlson Action Housing & Support                                                        Regional Manager        821251                 mandy.carlson@actionhousinguk.org        www.actionhousinguk.org
                                                        Rotherham S60 1DX                                                        348392
                                                                                                                      ext 203



                                                                                                                     0113 388     07725
Todd Hannula Shine (Harehills CIC)                      Harehills Road, Leeds, LS8 5HS             CEO                                     todd.hannula@shinebusinesscentre.co.uk   www.shinebusinesscentre.co.uk
                                                                                                                       0000      470 304


                                                        Steadcross Solutions, the Media
                                                        Centre, 7 Northumberland Street,
    David                                                                                                              01484
                   Steadcross Solutions Ltd             Huddersfield, HD1 1RL                                                                david.heathcote@steadcross.co.uk
  Heathcote                                                                                                           294490



                                                        10 Newark Street
                                                        Sneinton                                Business               01159      07941
Angus Walker Wheelbase                                                                                                                            angus@wheelbase.org.uk                www.wheelbase.org.uk
                                                        Nottingham                             Development            596 969    492 542
                                                        NG2 4PP




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                                                        Grimsby and Humber Region YMCA
                                                        Peaks Lane,
                   Get Hooked on Positive Activities    Grimsby,                                                      01472     077300
 Mark Fenty                                                                                  Managing Director                                     mark.fenty@ghopa.org                www.ghopa.org
                   (GHoPA)                              North East Lincolnshire,                                     323221     014961
                                                        DN32 9ET




                   The Social Enterprise Loan Fund      PO Box 9082                                                   0115       07946
Avril Howker                                                                                 Regional Director                                     a.howker@tself.org.uk               www.tself.org.uk
                   (TSELF                               Nottingham NG2 9DY                                          9746 299    703 322

                                                                                                                      0191       07535
   Ash Ali         EMTEP                                2 Shipley Ave, Newcastle upon Tyne   Project Manager                                          ash@emtep.org                    www.emtep.org
                                                                                                                    2733099     685827




                                                        Unit 5, Templars, Cullen Mill, 49       Business
                                                                                                                                 07903
 Colin Davis       Essex Offender Services              Braintree Road, Witham, Essex CM8      Development                                Colin.davis@essexoffenderservices.org.uk
                                                                                                                                747574
                                                        2DD                                     Manager




                                                                                             Social Enterprise
                                                                                                                    0116 258
Tobias Gould Voluntary Action LeicesterShire            9 Newarke St, Leicester, LE1 5SN      Development                                        Tobias.g@valonline.org.uk           www.valonline.org.uk
                                                                                                                      0666
                                                                                                  Officer




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                                                      NVAC
                                                      7 Mansfield Rd
                                                                                                                     0115
Aidan Jackson Enable                                  Nottingham                                                                                 Aidan@enable.uk.net
                                                                                                                   9348435
                                                      NG1 3FB




                                                                                              Development
                                                                                               Manager
                                                      Genesis Enterprise Centre, King                                01773                                                       www.genesisenterprisetraining.co.uk
 Stephen Hall Genesis Enterprise Foundation                                                                                              stephen.hall@genesisenterprise.org.uk
                                                                                                                                                                                     www.genesis-centre.co.uk
                                                      Street, Alfreton, Derbyshire, DE557DQ                         522474




Nigel Lowthrop Norton Disney, Lincolnshire, LN6                                                                      01636      07811
                                                      Hill Holt Wood                            Founder                                         nigel@hillholtwood.com                  www.hillholtwood.com
               9JP                                                                                                  892836     460711



                                                      14 Town Hall Street                       Offender
                                                                                                                     01472
             Voluntary Action North East              Grimsby                                 Volunteering
Kerry Gilman                                                                                                        231123                        kerry@vanel.org.uk                    www.vanelhub.org.uk
             Lincolnshire                             NE Lincolnshire                         Development
                                                      DN31 1HN                                  Worker
                                                                                              Learning &
                                                                                                                     0191        0776
 Saeed Iqbal     EMTEP                                2 Shipley Ave, Newcastle upon Tyne       Education                                          saeedi@emtep.org                         www.emtep.org
                                                                                                                   2733099     2739181
                                                                                              Coordinater
                                                                                              Learning &
                                                                                                                     0192        0776
 Saeed Iqbal     EMTEP                                3 Shipley Ave, Newcastle upon Tyne       Education                                          saeedi@emtep.org                         www.emtep.org
                                                                                                                   2733 099    2739181
                                                                                              Coordinater



                                                      CUBE, 1st Floor, 113-115 Portland
                                                                                                                                                                                 www.constructionyouth.org.uk/home/
                                                      Street,                                  Regional            0161 295     07539
Adeeb Ahsan Construction Youth Trust                                                                                                         adeeb.ahsan@cytrust.org.uk
                                                      Manchester, M26 1UN                     Coordinator            2582      233026




                                                      Unit 3 Forest Business Park, Oswin                             0116       07540
 Sarah Swire     New Dawn New Day Ltd                                                            CEO                                           Sara.swire@ndnd.org.uk                     www.ndnd.org.uk
                                                      Rd, Leicester, LE3 1HR                                        279097     634905




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                                                      1 Chapel Street, Billingborough NG34                             01529      07947
Liz Nauyokas Not All Bad                                                                           CEO                                           info@notallbad.co.uk               www.notallbad.co.uk
                                                      0QH                                                             240340     930542




                                                                                                                       01325      07976
Steve Johnson BidRightBiz                             11 Fife Road, Darlington, DL3 7SY            MD                                         steve.johnson@bidright.biz
                                                                                                                      240238     762931


                                                      2 Melbourne Court
                                                      Millennium Way                                                   0844     0844
Mark Wingfield MAX Conflict Confidence                                                                                                        maxoffice@mwsigma.com           www.maxconflictmanagement.com
                                                      Derby                                                          8700 629 8700 629
                                                      DE24 8LZ


                                                                                                                     0208 599     07957
Leonore Lord True Measure                             Po Box 2822 Romford RM7 1GN                Director                                   Leonore.L@truemeasure.co.uk           www.truemeasure.co.uk
                                                                                                                       1864      395575



                                                      PO Box 182 Chester-le-Street DH2                                 0845       07771
 James King      Addicitions UK                                                              Managing Director                                  info@addictionsuk.com              www.addictionsuk.com
                                                      1ZZ                                                            4567 030    986 986




                                                                                               Learning Co-            0191        0753
 Saeed Iqbal     EMTEP                                C2 Shipley Ave, Newcastle upon Tyne                                                         saeedi@emtep.org
                                                                                                 ordinator           2733099     5685827



                                                      10 Maiden Place
   Holger                                                                                                                         07811
                 Aylesbury Partnerships               London NW5 1HZ                              Partner                                  holger@aylesburypartnerships.com
  Westphely                                                                                                                      136 840




                                                      49Tunbridge Lane, Bottisham
                                                      Cambridge                                                        01223      07778
 John Evans      New Meaning                                                                     Principal                                  john.evans@newmeaning.co.uk           www.newmeaning.co.uk
                                                      CB25 9DU                                                        812899     928 123




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    Name                            Organisation                      Address                  Position             Landline   Mobile                   E-mail                              Website




                                                        First Floor
                                                        Maple House
                                                        Sandbrook Way                          Company               01706      07912
Joan Hamilton Everyday Skills Ltd t/a Ease                                                                                                 Joan.hamilton@everydayskills.co.uk        www.everydayskills.co.uk
                                                        Sandbrook Business Park                secretary            657061     993865
                                                        Rochdale
                                                        OL11 1LQ




                                                        755/56 The Big Peg, 120 Vyse Street,
   Estella
                   The Future Melting Pot               Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18                                                 e.edwards@thefuturemeltingpot.co.uk      www.thefuturemeltingpot.co.uk
  Edwards
                                                        6NF



                                                        The Greenway Centre
                   Community Ventures                   The Greenway                                                 01642
 John Nelson                                                                                                                                     s.davidson@cvl.org.uk                    www.cvl.org.uk
                   (Middlesbrough) Limited              Middlesbrough                                               230 314
                                                        TS3 9PA




                                                        93 Bondicar Terrace
   Jacqui                                               Blyth                                                        01670
                   Escape Family Support Ltd                                                                                            jacqui.edwards@escapefamilysupport.co.uk
  Edwards                                               Northumberland                                              544 055
                                                        NE24 2JR




   Steve
                   Jobcentre Plus                                                                                                       steve.matthews1@jobcentreplus.gsi.gov.uk
  Matthews
                                                                                                                                                  carol.baines@devon-
Carol Baines devon & cornwall probation                                                                                                       cornwall.probation.gsi.gov.uk
 Ellie Mosley      Cornwall Works                                                                                                             emoseley1@cornwall.gov.uk
                                                                                                                               077899
Angela Coote Life MOT CIC                                                                                                                     angela.coote@btinternet.com
                                                                                                                                36010
  Deborah
                   R J Working?                                                                                                                  debjmitch@gmail.com
  Mitchell
Eddy O'Connor Stonham                                                                                                                       eddy.oconnor@homegroup.org.uk




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    Name                           Organisation                       Address                    Position            Landline   Mobile                  E-mail                                Website

                                                                                                                      01209
Becky Issacs Cornwall College                                                                                                                rebecca.isaacs@cornwall.ac.uk
                                                                                                                     616 207
 Morwenna
                  Cornwall Adult Education                                                                                                      mvernon@cornwall.co.uk
  Vernon
Paul Reeve        Pentreath                                                                                                                      paul@pentreath.co.uk
Louise Knox       Pentreath                                                                                                                     louise@pentreath.co.uk
   Mark
                                                                                                                                            mark.richardson@cornwallvsf.org
Richardson




                                                                                             Strategic Planning
                                                       Clyde House, Clyde St, Ashton, OL7        & Business     0161 214         07790
Karen Butigan St Peter’s Parterships                                                                                                     karen.butigan@stpeterspartnerships.org      www.stpeterspartnerships.org
                                                       0NQ                                     Development        8312          589905
                                                                                                  Manager




                                                       CUBE, 1st Floor, 113-115 Portland
                                                                                                                                                                                  www.constructionyouth.org.uk/home/
  Natasha                                              Street,
                  Construction Youth Trust                                                                                                   natasha.rowson@cytrust.org.uk
  Rowson                                               Manchester, M26 1UN




                                                                                                                                 07939
John Hastings Recycle IT                                                                                                                         info@recycle-it.uk.com
                                                                                                                                514661
 Pat Mullim       Manchester First                                                                                                             mullin.patrick9@gmail.com
                                                                                                                                 07801
 Al Shingler      Alternate Forces                                                                                                              al@alternateforces.com                 www.alternateforces.com
                                                                                                                                954788




                                                       Unit 20 Barton Hill Trading Estate,                          0117 954
David Kearley Aspire Bristol                                                                                                                   davidkearsley@gmail.com                 www.aspire-bristol.co.uk
                                                       Maze Street, Bristol BS5 9TQ                                   0861




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    Name                          Organisation                       Address                 Position            Landline   Mobile                   E-mail                        Website

                                                                                         Communications &
                                                      35 Waterside Gardens, Fareham.                              01329      07879
Peter Holding Two Saints                                                                   Fundraising                                   Peter.holding@twosaints.org.uk       www.twosaints.org.uk
                                                      PO16 8SD                                                   234600     801475
                                                                                            Manager
 Matt Holman

 Steve Freer     HMP Leeds                                                                                                               steven.freer@hmps.gsi.gov.uk

                                                                                                                  01952
Pauline Mack Trinity Training                                                                                                            pauline_mack@btinternet.com
                                                                                                                 503 884
                                                      Burrows Building
                                                      St Peter's Urban Village
                                                      Bridge Road                                               0121 328
  Pat Bend       BITA Pathways                                                                                                            textiles@bitapathways.co.uk
                                                      Saltley                                                     2837
                                                      Birmingham
                                                      B8 3TE

    Adam                                                                                                          01283      07971
                 Longacres Consulting Ltd             8 Watery Lane Scropton DE65 5PL         Owner                                       adam.townsend@yahoo.co.uk             www.lacltd.co.uk
  Townsend                                                                                                       584924     569355


              Derbyshire Learning &                                                                               01332
 Lisa Vernon                                                                              Chief Executive                                lisa.vernon@consortium.org.uk
              Development Consortium                                                                               265
Kellie O'Shea Silent Whispers                                                                                                           bernadette@silent-whispers.co.uk
                                                                                                                0151 709
Maire Gollock Blackburne House                                                                                                        mairegollock@blackburnehouse.co.uk
                                                                                                                  4356
                                                                                                                0151 649
Sean Glennon Advocacy In Wirral                                                                                                             sean.glennon@aiw.org.uk
                                                                                                                0138 x21

                                                      Units 4&5 Shirley Business Park,                          023 8023
 Fred Ahmed      Social Mailing Services                                                                                                     fred@ahmedmbe.co.uk
                                                      Cawte Rd , Southampton, SO15 3AY                            2544


Laura Kenward NACRO                                                                                                                       laura.kenward@nacro.org.uk

Sue McQuinn      HMP MOUNT
 Dena Tyler      HMP MOUNT                                                                                                               dena.tyler01@hmps.gsi.gov.uk
Marilyn Ross     CAST                                                                                                                      rukia@castwomen.org.uk
  Richard
                 EQUA -ED                                                                                                                    richard@equa-ed.co.uk
  McKenny
Brian O Regan Blast Foundation                                                                                                         ralph.findlay@blastfoundation.org.uk

                                                                                                                020 3370     07877
Ibelema Emeh SE Tax Training                                                                                                           info@setaxtrainingconsultancy.com
                                                                                                                  6995      374 028
 Zaid Welch      Westlen IMPACT                                                                                                               zaidun01@gmail.com
Omar Mulbous     Westlen IMPACT                                                                                                              sheriff-72@hotmail.com
 Zahid Shah      Westlen IMPACT                                                                                                              shariff-72@hotmail.com
Meg Fassam-
                 Barnardos                                                                                                            meg.fassam-wright@barnardos.org.uk
   Wright
                                                                                                                0207 561
  Amit Dixit     Leap Confronting Conflict                                                                                                     info@leapcc.org.uk
                                                                                                                  3700




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   Name                             Organisation                        Address                        Position             Landline    Mobile                  E-mail                          Website

                                                        21a Newbottle street
   Tony                                                 Houghton Le spring                                                 0871 6629 07927 706
                   The Respect Group Ltd North East                                               Managing Director                                    tony@therespectgroup.org          www.therespectgroup.org
 Osguthorpe                                             Tyne and Wear                                                         375       766
                                                        DH4 4AF


                                                        LCB Depot 31 Rutland Street
   Alex                                                                                                                    0116 253      07500
                   ADP - Projects CIC                   Leicester                                                                                        alex@adp-projects.com            www.adp-projects.com
Macpherson                                                                                                                   3446       672373
                                                        LE1 1RE




                                                        Sutie 2 Victoria House 10 Brighton Road                            01737 231
Michele Rigby      Social Firms UK (SFUK)                                                                CEO                                          mrigby@socialfirmsuk.co.uk
                                                        Redhill Surrey RH1 6QZ                                                360




                                                                                                                              01788      07727
 Pat McArdle       Mayday Trust                         75, Albert St, Rugby, CV21 2SN                   CEO                                        Pat.mcardle@maydaytrust.org.uk        www.maydaytrust.org.uk
                                                                                                                             568176     605003




                                                        Rutland Chambers
                                                                                                                           08456 43
Andrew Manig manig business advice & training ltd       19 High Street                                  Director                                      andrew.manig@manig.co.uk               www.manig.co.uk
                                                                                                                             50 43
                                                        Newmarket CB8 8LX




   David                                                26 Guildford Street, Luton LU1                                       01582      07975
                   Gem Community Ventures                                                              Director                                         davidoluwadare@aol.com           www.gemventures.org.uk
 Oluwadare                                              2NR,UK                                                              488 700    981 442



                                                        HMP Dartmoor
                                                        Princetown
                                                                                                                             01822       07917
Sharon Berry Storybook Dads                             Yelverton                                  Chief Executive                                   Sharon@storybookdads.org.uk         www.storybookdads.org.uk
                                                                                                                            322287      103672
                                                        Devon
                                                        PL20 6RR
                                                        25 Stanhope Road
  Stephen                                               Deal                                                               0845 200    07850 313
                   Future Creative                                                                Project co-ordinator                             stephen.fenning@future-creative.org    www.future-creative.org
  Fenning                                               Kent                                                                 4628         159
                                                        CT14 6AD
  Gertrude                                              7 Highfield Road                                                   0121 448    07944 009
                   Impacting Lives                                                                      Director                                     gertrude@impactinglives.co.uk       www.impactinglives.co.uk
  Dzirasa                                               Birmingham                                                           4863         195
                   Pertemps People Development          49 Station Road                                                    0121 711    07979 517
 Phil Pemble                                                                                         PR Manager                                        philip.pemble@ppdg.co.uk              www.ppdg.co.uk
                   Group (PPDG)                         Solihull                                                             5084         671




             27dd298f-e6df-4188-9f4e-30c033e6478a.xls                                                              Page 56 of 168                                                                          Author: J Ellison
  Event             Event
                                                                               Background                                                                                         Objective
   City             Region

                                                                                                                                       We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a regional and local
                                      We are a charity and group of social enterprises which provides solutions for community          presence to develop our work further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with
Newcastle        North East           cohesion, community safety, employability, financial inclusion, capacity building and directly   others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have
                                      creates employment for local people                                                              experience of working with offenders. We offer considerable experience of consortia working
                                                                                                                                       and have well developed business management processes.
                            Pluss is a Social Enterprise that supports thousands of people with disabilities and other
                            disadvantages into employment each year. We do this through a range of specialist, local
                            employment services and through direct employment within our own commercial enterprises.                   To network and build consortia and sustainable partnerships with other organisations who
                            Pluss operates throughout South West England and West Yorkshire, with partner Social
                                                                                                                                       have experience of working with offenders. To extend our experience and proven expertise
                            Enterprises across the UK. Pluss passionately believe that our services should always
 Taunton         South West                                                                                                            further to support people within the Criminal justice system. To share information with other
                            include those furthest from the labour market and offer specialist employment support to
                                                                                                                                       organisations. To promote the presumption of employability for people with a learning
                            people with a learning disability, mental health issues, physical disabilities and long term
                                                                                                                                       disability, mental health condition and Aspergers spectrum conditions.
                            health conditions. We also know that people with disabilities make excellent employees and
                            are committed to directly employing disabled people; around half of our 500 strong workforce
                            has a disability.


                                                                                                                                       a wide range of projects, encouraging young people to take ownership of their projects. 1d)
                                      To raise aspirations and make a positive contribution to the lives of young people, in
                                      particular those from disadvantaged backgrounds, NEET and BME groups, and provide the
                                      knowledge and skills that will help aid their transitional period from adolescence to
 London             London            adulthood, giving them a better place in society and help build community cohesion.            workshops, activities and events around health and well being, personal development and
                                      Acknowledging Youth will do this by offering social, music and educational projects for 0 – 24
                                      year olds, who want to take part in positive activities or gain support that will help develop
                                      and improve their physical, mental, emotional, social and educational wellbeing.               a ‘good practice’ organisational by applying for funding and meeting/exceeding criteria for




                            GAVCA is a local support and development organisation that works to strengthen voluntary
                            and community action across Gloucestershire. As a member of NAVCA, (the national
                                                                                                                                       To get a better understanding of how to complete the paperwork required by MOJ and
                            network of what used–to-be-known-as CVS) we have two main areas of work: providing
                                                                                                                                       articulate the plans that we have locally into the complicated online questionnaires and other
                            capacity building and support services to voluntary and community groups including training,
 Taunton         South West                                                                                                            documents that are part of the tender process. Also, I want to clarify whether or not we need
                            volunteering brokerage, governance and income generation support; and enabling them to
                                                                                                                                       to apply for lot 3 and lot 5 for work in Gloucestershire, which is in the south west, or whether
                            have a voice within local policy and strategy development through acting as an advocate for
                                                                                                                                       we need to choose just one lot and, if so, which one.
                            the VCS and through supporting structures that ensure accountable representation and
                            engagement of the VCS in public sector commissioning.
                                      We work as consortium to provide a range of health and well being services for children,
                                                                                                                                       To link with other organisations both regionally and nationally who work with the client group
Manchester       North West           young people, families and communities. Based in Blackburn but working across Lancs and
                                                                                                                                       to form stronger partnership arrangements
                                      into the North West




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  Event              Event
                                                                                Background                                                                                       Objective
   City              Region

                                       The service delivers specialist therapeutic work, experience and training, including support
                                       with housing needs and independent life skills. We offer a tailored residential service from 5
                                       to 20 days at our smallholding in France. Our Aim is to provide assistance to service
                                       personnel and veterans who, for whatever reason, may need “support through transition”
                                       back into the wider community. The Re-Org will address the issues surrounding
                                       homelessness, mental health, offending behaviour and drug/alcohol misuse whilst                  We would like to meet other organisations with an interest in Veteran’s, homelessness,
                    Yorks &            developing the client through the implementation of new skills and opportunities. In order to
 Leeds                                                                                                                                  offending behaviour, employment and training, with a view to adding value to the clients we
                    Humber             achieve our aims we have set a number of objectives including: Accommodation – To                currently support.
                                       provide a safe, comfortable home environment for clients during their stay. Therapeutic
                                       Work – Provide a structured and active working programme to enable clients to gain or
                                       improve valuable artisan skills, thus improving self-confidence and self worth. Practical &
                                       Emotional Support – To provide effective support, including training for financial planning,
                                       budgeting and other individually identified support needs, conducted by specialists and
                                       trained veterans according to the needs of the client. Housing and Resettlement working




                                       BRIC is an unemployed peoples centre and provider of informal education in community             We would like to develop partnerships and further consortia work to expand and develop the
Newcastle         North East
                                       venues throughout South East Northumberland.                                                     services we currently provide to local unemployed people including ex offenders.




                             Operating for over 37 years, Sefton CVS seeks to improve the quality of life of all residents,
                             particularly those who are marginalised or experiencing disadvantage. We do this by
                             supporting and enabling voluntary, community and faith sector (including Social Enterprise)
                             organisations and groups, along with active citizens and volunteers, to identify and serve
                             unmet needs through the provision of professional, quality services, offered in accessible
                             and culturally sensitive ways that reflect the needs of our diverse communities and also, the To meet like minded individuals and organisations with a local (Merseyside/ Halton) delivery
Liverpool         Merseyside sector’s values of equity and equality.                                                        presence to explore possibilities for working together in the criminal justice arena and
                             VOLA Learning Consortium is currently an unincorporated Association of Voluntary,              specifically in relation to this consortium development/ tender opportunity.
                             Community and Faith Sector (including Social Enterprise) learning, skills and employment
                             providers based in Greater Merseyside. It currently operates through Lead and Accountable
                             Body structure, with consortium contracts secured through a small number of strategically
                             well placed members, with the VOLA management unit – employed by/ based in Sefton
                             CVS, as Lead Body for the consortium - providing operational programme/ supply chain
                             management and capacity building services across the partnership.
                                                                                                                            Hoping to work with a number of statutory and voluntary sector organisations in the Bristol
                                                                                                                            area to produce a new consortia bid.
                                                                                                                            Objective for attending the event is to receive fuller details from NOMS CFO of the overall
Taunton           South West Statutory organisation. Probation Trust dealing with offenders
                                                                                                                            process
                                                                                                                            Potential partners have been identified so we are not looking for partners




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 Event               Event
                                                                                Background                                                                                         Objective
  City               Region

                                       Eco-actif Services CIC is a social enterprise that specialises in resettlement and holistic
                                       welfare to work services for offenders and ex-offenders. Our services cover South London,
                                       Surrey and parts of West Sussex. We also run a local Work Programme, the ESF Families
                                                                                                                                        Eco-Actif likes to work in partnership with other organisations to achieve positive outcomes
                                       programme in Sutton and Merton and provide training in Advice and Guidance (Levels 3 and
                                                                                                                                        for our clients and the community. We are keen to join in a regional consortium for London
                                       4), mentoring and Basic Skills. We also provide consultancy and staff training on working
                                                                                                                                        as well a local consortium for London South (which we would be happy to lead on – equally
London               London            with offenders. In addition to this, Eco-Actif works with London Probation to provide a
                                                                                                                                        happy to participate). Our objective for the event is to link up with like minded organisations
                                       Community Hub for Probation service users, where they can access Probation, drugs
                                                                                                                                        to provide coverage, both geographically and by sector, in order not only to tender for the
                                       workers, Citizens Advice and training and job brokerage under the same roof. Eco-actif
                                                                                                                                        NOMS Consortia project but also explore other ways of working together.
                                       provides resettlement services and Mentor Training in HMP High Down and is looking to
                                       expand its delivery in prisons. Eco-actif is a recognised leader in our field – we are a small
                                       organisation that ‘punches above its weight’

                             Sefton CVS is the primary Voluntary, Community & Faith Sector infrastructure organisation                  Sefton CVS currently manages VCF Sector co-ordination projects in HMP Kennet and HMP
                             working in the borough of Sefton. Sefton CVS provides information, advice and guidance to                  Liverpool, and a NOMS/ Clinks funded informal mentoring project pilot working with ex-
                             over 1200 VCF Sector organisations in Sefton, and plays a leading role in ensuring effective               offenders. Sefton CVS has also secured funding to establish a Merseyside VCF Sector
Liverpool         Merseyside VCF Sector representation within local decision-making bodies. Sefton CVS also manages                     Police & Crime Commissioners Network and is very interested in supporting the Merseyside
                             the Sefton Volunteer Centre, and is actively engaged in a range of sub-regional and regional               VCF Sector develop a robust and effective consortia approach relating to the local/
                             VCF Sector related partnerships and initiatives, and manages a number of criminal justice                  Merseyside CJS context. I currently lead on CJS related issues for Sefton CVS so am
                             related programmes.                                                                                        personally very interested in learning more about this NOMS programme.

                             Deliver educational programmes in motor vehicle studies to disaffected and disadvantaged
                             14-24 yr olds over last 30 years Key activities based in motor vehicle workshop aimed at
                             preparing for Employment, Road Safety and crime prevention. National OCR Qualifications
                                                                                                                         Finding out how to access NOMS monies for our work with Prisoners and those attached to
                             in Motor vehicle studies, CBT for new moped riders and Driver theory and Hazard Perception
Taunton           South West                                                                                             IMPACT teams in Avon. Sharing good practice. Linking in to other initiatives, particularly
                             certificates (DVLA) Hands on activities to match preferred learning styles of our students
                                                                                                                         Social Enterprises, to form Partnerships
                             which adopt, ‘’under the bonnet, et, behind the wheel and in the mind. Small groups (max 8)
                             and high supervision (3 staff per session) 10 year average attendance and completion rates
                             of 82% 15.4.12 Awarded the Charites Evaluation Service’s PQASSO Quality Mark (Level 2)
                                       We are a charitable organisation that promotes the principles of personal financial
                                       management to offenders in custody, those at risk of offending or reoffending. We train
                                       offenders, ex-offenders and those at risk of offending to help them understand how they can
                                                                                                                                        We are seeking mutually beneficial long term relationships with like-minded people and
                                       make the necessary lifestyle changes that help them avoid being victims of debt - we do this
                                                                                                                                        organisations who will help us make these important societal changes for offenders. We
London               London            by improving their understanding of how money works, the impact of debt and how to               would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with
                                       manage personal income and spending. We deliver motivational money management                    offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous experience
                                       workshops on Personal Finance, Debt Management, Budgeting, Communicating with                    of working as part of a consortia.
                                       Confidence, Becoming Self Employed and Starting a Business. The organisation was set up
                                       by Simone Haynes, an experienced ex Barclays banker whose life has been touched by the
                                       impacts of debt on others.
                                       The Devon and Cornwall Partnership is a pioneering charity, formed by key leaders from the
                                       criminal justice agencies and independent members, to add value to the local communities
                                       of Devon and Cornwall and the criminal justice system. The charity works in partnership with     Objective for attending the event is to explore possible opportunities to form consortia with
                                       existing voluntary and community sector organisations to provide better outcomes for             similar organisations and to meet partners with whom we may be able to work with. We
Redruth             Cornwall           vulnerable people, their families and communities across the Peninsula. The charity tackles      would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with
                                       criminal justice issues and influences change across the criminal justice system. Our            offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous experience
                                       mission is “To develop and deliver innovative solutions to reduce re-offending and prevent       of working as part of a consortia.
                                       crime, to promote the sound administration and development of the law and to promote the
                                       efficiency of the criminal justice agencies for the local communities of Devon and Cornwall”.




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 Event               Event
                                                                               Background                                                                                        Objective
  City               Region

                                       We are a social enterprise that has been successfully delivering vocational qualifications to
                                       young people and adults for over 10 years. Most of the young people and adults that we
                                                                                                                                       We want to network with other individuals and organisations that already have a
                                       work with have either had a negative experience of mainstream education, or have achieved
                                                                                                                                       regional/local presence to develop our services further. We have in the past already worked
                                       very little. We specialise in mechanical engineering and this is delivered via the North
Redruth             Cornwall                                                                                                           as part of a learning consortium and are very interested in the opportunity to work with others
                                       Prospect Garage Project, but we are in the process of expanding into marine engineering,
                                                                                                                                       within a consortia model. We would be keen to form partnerships with other third sector
                                       fabrication and welding and carpentry. We have in the past delivered training to offenders
                                                                                                                                       organisations that have experience of working with offenders.
                                       who have been on community punishment orders, and young people from the youth
                                       offending service, and have therefore tailored some of programmes to meet their needs.


Taunton           South West Content in pdf document                                                                                   Content in pdf document


                                       The project is a offender mentoring service run and delivered by reformed offenders and
                                       recovery champions.
                                       The core objectives are to support assist and mentor people in to education training but with   The core objectives are to build and increase our network and understanding of the type the
                                       employment being the focus to the intervention.                                                 types of services and people behind them
 Leeds
                    Yorks &            The director spent some 16 years in and out of children’s homes, YOI and the adult estate,      And to also increase our knowledge bank and possible consortium members.
                    Humber             His own rehabilitation process consisted of him embarking on a degree in a range of areas       And to get my story and experiences in the CJS heard
                                       from sociology, commercial law and contract law along with psychology. Subsequently the
                                       project is centred on that but with the other key areas supported such as housing, mental
                                       health; substance misuse and also domestic violence.

                              We are a small local charity, who supports local residents to gain valuable work experience              We want to meet organisations with a national and regional presence to develop our social
                              and training around the world of reuse and recycling of both furniture and electrical. We sell           enterprise. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would
Leicester       East Midlands
                              our donated goods in a retail outlet on the high street and can offer our service users                  be keen to form partnerships with organisations both large and small that have experience of
                              placements in retail, restoration, warehouse, administration and driving.                                working with offenders.

                                       REDS10 is a Social Enterprise that works pan London supporting disadvantaged and hard to
                                                                                                                                We are interested to meet organisations with experience of working with offenders / ex-
London               London            reach individuals into fully funded apprenticeships and long-term sustainable employment
                                                                                                                                offenders providing support and mentoring with a focus on getting individuals job ready.
                                       within the construction industry. REDS10 are a direct employer.

                                       REDS10 is a Social Enterprise that works pan London supporting disadvantaged and hard to
                                                                                                                                We are interested to meet organisations with experience of working with offenders / ex-
London               London            reach individuals into fully funded apprenticeships and long-term sustainable employment
                                                                                                                                offenders providing support and mentoring with a focus on getting individuals job ready.
                                       within the construction industry. REDS10 are a direct employer.
                              We provide accommodation and support to people in the greatest housing need. We
                              carefully support and manage tenants to successfully live independently, and deliver wider
                              services helping people to maintain independence and achieve personal development
                              aspirations. MEAM, Making Every Adult Matter – personalised floating support for the most
                              disadvantaged and excluded homeless people with multiple complex needs. Caseload 15.
                              Milestone House – multi-agency Emergency Accommodation and Assessment Centre, 28-
                              day stay for rough sleepers/homeless people. 35 bedspaces. SmartShare – Shared
Leicester       East Midlands supported accommodation, 80 units in Derby, 15 in Erewash, 9 in Amber Valley. SmartSteps Discuss partnerships around accommodation and support, for offenders.
                              – Shared supported accommodation, higher level needs, including offending, alcohol, drugs,
                              mental health. 20 units. Rooms4Two – Access to private rented sector for single people
                              aged 18-34. 30 tenancies in Derby, Amber Valley project starts January 2012. SmartLets –
                              Ground-breaking national award-finalist Social Lettings Service, helping people on low
                              income access the PRS. BASE33 – Meaningful activities, workshops, training, learning for
                              homeless people.




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                                                                                                                                             We want to partner complimentary organisations in a consortia model to expand our service
                                                                                                                                             delivery in terms of size and location to those individuals marginalised in society including
                                                                                                                                             offender/ex-offenders. We have well developed robust risk management, project planning
                                        We are an SME operating in the North East and North West of England offering
                                                                                                                                             and control and financial systems that we are able to offer to the consortia. In addition to this
Newcastle          North East           employability and life skills coaching/training to offenders and ex-offenders and have done
                                                                                                                                             we can add value to the consortia through our extensive knowledge of establishing and
                                        so since 1997.
                                                                                                                                             operating within working protocols in a Criminal Justice System environment both in
                                                                                                                                             probation offices and in the community including sentence planning and orders and how
                                                                                                                                             ETE activity can support those and the overall objective of reducing reoffending.
                                                                                                                                             We want to engage with individuals who do not normally access mainstream education,
                                                                                                                                             training and employment opportunities by offering both formal and informal learning and we
                                                                                                                                             see our joining of a consortium as a way to gain further participants for our suite of delivery
                                        We are a small Community Interest Company based in the North West of England who
Manchester         North West                                                                                                                services which includes training in Personal Budgeting and Money Management. We can
                                        assist people to move towards training and/or employability skills development.
                                                                                                                                             also offer consortium members back-office support in Finance and Project Management
                                                                                                                                             Control via our E-Sharing Management Information System which is web based and has
                                                                                                                                             multi-agency user capability.
                                        The bl&sthrough Programme is inspired by a highly successful initiative currently run in
                                        Texas; by PEP (Prison Entrepreneurship Programme). Teaching prisoners to become
                                        entrepreneurs and transforming lives, with executive mentoring. PEP's programme has
                                        achieved significant reductions in return to prison rates, achieved over the last 8 years. With
                                        850 students completed PEP’s programme less that 5% return post-graduation. bl&st was                bl&st Foundation provide business, life and skills training and resettlement programmes
                                        established in 2009, aims to deliver programmes of personal transformation,                          which transform and educate prisoners and ex-offenders giving them the skills and
 Bracknell         South East           entrepreneurship & enterprise, life skills training & mentoring focused on helpingoffenders,         qualifications needed for successful re-integrate into society. bl&st Foundation’s vision “No
                                        ex-offenders & their families prepare for the always difficult task of reintegrating, intolawful     Ex-Offender Will Ever Return To Prison!”is our constant driver and aim; bl&st strive to be
                                        society. At bl&st we recognise the importance of personal transformation, forgiveness and            Visionary Advocates of change.
                                        repentance, asvital elements in the effective personal restoration and resettlement of
                                        offenders. From mentoringprogrammes and research running in Texas, since 2004, we have
                                        found that mentoring, althoughvery important in and of itself if carried out in isolation, is less
                                        effective than when it is part of anholistic approach focusing on reducing recidivism.
                                        Transformation occurs through and with forgiveness andrepentance; which in turn is
                                        Eco-actif Services CIC is a social enterprise that specialises in resettlement and holistic
                                        welfare to work services for offenders and ex-offenders. Our services cover South London,
                                        Surrey and parts of West Sussex. We also run a local Work Programme, the ESF Families
                                                                                                                                             Eco-Actif likes to work in partnership with other organisations to achieve positive outcomes
                                        programme in Sutton and Merton and provide training in Advice and Guidance (Levels 3 and
                                                                                                                                             for our clients and the community. We are keen to join in a regional consortium for London
                                        4), mentoring and Basic Skills. We also provide consultancy and staff training on working
                                                                                                                                             as well a local consortium for London South (which we would be happy to lead on – equally
 Bracknell         South East           with offenders. In addition to this, Eco-Actif works with London Probation to provide a
                                                                                                                                             happy to participate). Our objective for the event is to link up with like minded organisations
                                        Community Hub for Probation service users, where they can access Probation, drugs
                                                                                                                                             to provide coverage, both geographically and by sector, in order not only to tender for the
                                        workers, Citizens Advice and training and job brokerage under the same roof. Eco-actif
                                                                                                                                             NOMS Consortia project but also explore other ways of working together.
                                        provides resettlement services and Mentor Training in HMP High Down and is looking to
                                        expand its delivery in prisons. Eco-actif is a recognised leader in our field – we are a small
                                        organisation that ‘punches above its weight’
                              ELECT is a North West based social enterprise that specialises in providing self –
                              employment and employment support for socially excluded groups. We provided one to one
                              support, advocacy and workshops to assist offenders and                                We are keen to form partnerships with those organisations, work as a part of consortia and
 Liverpool         Merseyside ex-offenders with mental health problems to progress into self-employment. Many of the access opportunities to deliver coaching, mentoring, training in enterprise and employment
                              young people we supported and progressed into self-employment had an offending         skills to offenders and ex offenders.
                              background.




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                              ELECT is a North West based social enterprise that specialises in providing self –
                              employment and employment support for socially excluded groups. We provided one to one
                              support, advocacy and workshops to assist offenders and                                We are keen to form partnerships with those organisations, work as a part of consortia and
 Liverpool         Merseyside ex-offenders with mental health problems to progress into self-employment. Many of the access opportunities to deliver coaching, mentoring, training in enterprise and employment
                              young people we supported and progressed into self-employment had an offending         skills to offenders and ex offenders.
                              background.

                               LRPT’s primary aims are to protect the public by supervising offenders in the community,
                                                                                                                                       LRPT are keen to engage with social enterprises that are working with offenders in our
                               and to reduce offending by working with men and women on supervision to enable them to
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                         region and wish to build consortia to do so. LRPT would consider becoming a partner in a
                               main productive and lawful lifestyles. Every year LRPT supervise around 5,000 cases. LRPT
                                                                                                                                       consortium that meets its aims and objectives.
                               are also the Prime contract holder for the East Midlands NOMS CFO programme.
                               LRPT’s primary aims are to protect the public by supervising offenders in the community,
                                                                                                                                       LRPT are keen to engage with social enterprises that are working with offenders in our
                               and to reduce offending by working with men and women on supervision to enable them to
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                         region and wish to build consortia to do so. LRPT would consider becoming a partner in a
                               main productive and lawful lifestyles. Every year LRPT supervise around 5,000 cases. LRPT
                                                                                                                                       consortium that meets its aims and objectives.
                               are also the Prime contract holder for the East Midlands NOMS CFO programme.
                                                                                                                                       We want to meet likeminded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                        n-ergy group ltd was established in 2007 to work with offenders and ex-offenders. The
                                                                                                                                       develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                      West              organisation delivers vocational and employability programmes to both offenders and ex-
Birmingham                                                                                                                             consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                     Midlands           offenders, which helps develop the individual, giving them new skills and confidence to
                                                                                                                                       working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                        return to employment
                                                                                                                                       experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                                                                                                                       We want to meet likeminded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                        n-ergy group ltd was established in 2007 to work with offenders and ex-offenders. The
                                                                                                                                       develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                      West              organisation delivers vocational and employability programmes to both offenders and ex-
Birmingham                                                                                                                             consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                     Midlands           offenders, which helps develop the individual, giving them new skills and confidence to
                                                                                                                                       working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                        return to employment
                                                                                                                                       experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        BES is a social enterprise based in the West Midlands delivering enterprise development
                                        and business support. The organisation’s social drive is to support those groups or            We are looking at 2 approaches:
                                        individuals with enterprise skills who would not traditionally see self-employment, or         1. To work with organisations on the development of regional consortia approaches for
                      West
Birmingham                              developing a social enterprise, as a career option. BES currently delivers self employment     delivery of a holistic social enterprise offer.
                     Midlands
                                        provision in 12 prisons and through the community across the Midlands. BES also works on       2. To work in with new or existing consortia for the delivery of enterprise development and
                                        the formation and development of social enterprise including historical and existing           self-employment options locally, regionally or nationally
                                        experiences of supporting organisations to work in partnership or consortia arrangements.

                                                                                                                                       We are in working with Social Enterprise North West (SENW) and a number of other social
                                        Partners of Prisoners and Families Support Group is a charity that provide services to         enterprise organisation in the North West to develop a regional bid. We are interested to
Manchester         North West           offender and their families on a national capacity. We have a number of social enterprise      gain as much useful information about the tender opportunity and process as we can. We
                                        projects within our repertoire of services.                                                    would also like to develop contacts with the Primes in the North West region so that we can
                                                                                                                                       discuss our bid with them and ensure that it meets reflects there needs.

                                        Lifework is a social enterprise created to improve the lives of residents and communities in   Exploring partnership opportunities and development. To look for opportunities to expand
                      West
Birmingham                              the West Midlands in particular Sandwell. The core business is structured to maximise a        the work we do and the customer base we are dealing with to create further support for local
                     Midlands
                                        positive impact on the community and to support the unemployed.                                people.

                                                                                                                          Supporting social enterprise in agent capacity to form partnerships in order to bid for NOMS
                      West    Small business development consultancy supporting SME’s, Social Enterprise and Third
Birmingham                                                                                                                ESF Technical Support. Seeking potential social enterprise partners in the West Midlands /
                     Midlands Sector organisation build capacity and competitiveness through strategic business planning.
                                                                                                                          Black Country.
                                                                                                                          BTCV has been heavily involved in the NOMS agenda delivering programmes such as
                              BTCV is one of the largest environmental charities that uses green space intervention as a  Future Skills and Stepping Forward. BTCV always tries to develop innovative and holistic
 Liverpool         Merseyside tool to develop individuals and communities in training, employment, health and social      approaches to address the issues faced by NOMS and offenders. The purpose of attending
                              cohesion.                                                                                   the meeting would be to see how a consortium approach could be used as a solution to
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                           ESCAPE is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, ESCAPE has worked in
                           Northumberland for 16 years and provides support, counselling and educational information
                           for substance users, their families, carers, including kinship carers and where possible
                           mediate between the family and user to alleviate the problems experienced and distress
                           caused by substance use. ESCAPE provides Tier 2 (advice, advocacy, information, 24 hr
                           crisis support) and Tier 3 services (including Person Centred Counselling and CBT,
                                                                                                                            We wish to find out more about the opportunities for training delivery and meet like-minded
Newcastle       North East Structured Care Programmes and therapies). Aimed at recovery and move on services such
                           as housing support; support to employability, volunteering and mentoring. Our core aim is        organisations who wish to collaborate.
                           to move people through treatment and into long term stable recovery. ESCAPE works with
                           some of the most excluded individuals in Northumberland with often complex issues,
                           including Child Protection; Domestic Violence and Abuse; Housing; Debt; Offending and
                           Social Exclusion, unemployment, mental health dual diagnosis. A number of our trustees are
                           ex service users and we involve service users in the development, delivery and evaluation of
                           our work, to ensure we continue to develop services that address the needs of the local
                           ESCAPE is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, ESCAPE has worked in
                           Northumberland for 16 years and provides support, counselling and educational information
                           for substance users, their families, carers, including kinship carers and where possible
                           mediate between the family and user to alleviate the problems experienced and distress
                           caused by substance use. ESCAPE provides Tier 2 (advice, advocacy, information, 24 hr
                           crisis support) and Tier 3 services (including Person Centred Counselling and CBT,
                                                                                                                            We wish to find out more about the opportunities for training delivery and meet like-minded
Newcastle       North East Structured Care Programmes and therapies). Aimed at recovery and move on services such
                           as housing support; support to employability, volunteering and mentoring. Our core aim is        organisations who wish to collaborate.
                           to move people through treatment and into long term stable recovery. ESCAPE works with
                           some of the most excluded individuals in Northumberland with often complex issues,
                           including Child Protection; Domestic Violence and Abuse; Housing; Debt; Offending and
                           Social Exclusion, unemployment, mental health dual diagnosis. A number of our trustees are
                           ex service users and we involve service users in the development, delivery and evaluation of
                           our work, to ensure we continue to develop services that address the needs of the local
                           Northern Pinetree Trust (NPT) is a North East based specialist enterprise agency working
                           with individuals from communities often described as hardest to reach. This includes
                           individuals from significantly disadvantaged communities, (both communities of common
                           interest as well as geographically deprived areas), including people with a disability and
                           those disadvantaged by situation or circumstance who often have a hidden disability or
                           complex support need e.g, offenders, 50+, veterans and ex forces and those at risk.
Newcastle       North East Since its formation as a registered charity in 1996 NPT has provided support to over 600
                           people per annum with c.100 individuals progressing annually to start up a micro or small
                           business. It offers a variety of micro enterprise programmes for people at all stages of their
                           enterprise journey, including business ideas generation/evaluation, enterprise awareness,
                           introduction to self employment, start up support, mentoring, coaching, training and
                           counselling as well as access to finance and investment readiness support, which includes
                           its own programmes as well those of others such as Work Choice start up grants and NEA
                           loans.
                           V-Learning Net is a consortium of Third Sector organisations, working together for the
                           benefit of the sector, to develop and enhance the training opportunities for those most
                           disadvantaged within the communities of Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We provide
                           quality assurance services, advice and guidance for our partners on training issues, assist in   On behalf of our of our partners we would like to explore with other organisations from our
Taunton         South West
                           developing educational infrastructure and an access point for mainstream funding and an          sector how we can create a wider consortia to holistically meet the needs of offenders.
                           accreditation service. V Learning Net is an approved further education training provider and
                           therefore can access mainstream Government funding, through the Skills Funding Agency
                           (SFA) and the Educational Funding Agency (EFA) on behalf of its members.




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                             Life Cycle has been working in the greater Bristol area for 15 years, delivering innovative
                             and creative projects that encourage and enable more people to cycle and really do make a
                             difference to people’s lives. All our projects and services help people overcome the real or
                             perceived barriers to cycling, and help them get cycling. Bike Back is an innovative bicycle
                             refurbishment project run by Life Cycle, in partnership with HMP Bristol. Life Cycle takes     Life Cycle UK is relatively new to working in prisons. Events such as these are important in
Taunton           South West
                             donations of unwanted bicycles from the public and takes them to Bristol Prison, where with building strong working relationships
                             the help of prisoners we strip down, clean and refit them giving them a new lease of life.
                             Experienced mechanics work with prisoners teaching them mechanical skills and helping
                             them to refurbish bikes to a high standard. Once fixed the bikes are sold at affordable prices
                             with the intention of helping local people on lower incomes to get a bike and start cycling.

                              We are a Community Interest Company based in Nottingham and working throughout
                                                                                                                                          Would like to meet others that are involved in similar interests with a view to working in
Leicester       East Midlands Nottinghamshire. The CIC operates as an umbrella for 8 social enterprises in estate
                                                                                                                                          partnership.
                              management, catering and retail and domestic care and support.

                                       Provides employer led training, work experience and employment for prisoners. Set up in
                                       2008 Work This Way has launched two programmes of work experience Waste Works:
                                       provides a construction waste service to reduce client costs and waste to landfill, and Oil
                                       Works which collects used cooking oil from businesses and residential areas producing bio-
                                                                                                                                        To find out the finer details of the consortium bid process and expectations from NOMS.
Bracknell         South East           fuels for sale. Trainees attend a number of accredited courses which they get to practise
                                                                                                                                        And use the opportunity to build on relationships existing proposed consortia partners.
                                       before they are released. They work in small supervised teams and participate fully in
                                       running the business. Another group of offenders are placed in work experience placements
                                       with high quality training and employment opportunities. All offenders will be eligible to apply
                                       for paid work with WtW or placement hosts at the end of a 60 day period

 London              London

Newcastle         North East
                                       Volunteer Cornwall is a charity with the promotion and support of voluntary activity and social
                                                                                                                                          In the past we have delivered bespoke provision for Offenders/Ex-Offenders wishing to use
                                       involvement at its core. In addition to providing the infrastructure in Cornwall to support both
                                                                                                                                          volunteering as a means of enhancing their employability and supporting their rehabilitation
                                       individuals looking for volunteering opportunities and organisations seeking volunteers, we
 Redruth            Cornwall                                                                                                              into society; we wish to do this type of work again. As such we would wish to promote
                                       deliver a range of specialist provision to support our core objectives. This ranges from
                                                                                                                                          ourselves as viable and experienced delivery partners able to undertake a range of activity
                                       bespoke support to specific customer groups such as NEETs, Vulnerable Adults or Workless
                                                                                                                                          likely to be beneficial to this client group.
                                       Families.
  N/A                   N/A
  N/A                   N/A

                                                                                                                                          Our business is Infrastructure development, capacity building, collaboration, networking and
                                                                                                                                          facilitation of the Social Enterprise Sector. This project is ideal in being at the core of
Taunton           South West The certification body for Social Enterprises across the UK
                                                                                                                                          promoting all of these things and so we are keen to help deliver it, meet other like minded
                                                                                                                                          partners, enable and facilitate partnerships and collaborations.

                                                                                                                          We’re In Business for Good. To raise the profile of social enterprise in the North West of
                             Social Enterprise North West, SENW, is the Regional Social Enterprise Infrastructure for the England. To represent the interests of the North West of England’s social enterprise sector.
Liverpool         Merseyside North West of England and is made up five sub regional networks, Locality and Coops North To encourage mutual support, inter-trading, sharing of best practice, training and
                             West.                                                                                        development opportunities between social enterprises. To work with local, regional, national
                                                                                                                          transnational bodies to strengthen the social enterprise sector.




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                                                                                                                                     We’re In Business for Good. To raise the profile of social enterprise in the North West of
                                        Social Enterprise North West, SENW, is the Regional Social Enterprise Infrastructure for the England. To represent the interests of the North West of England’s social enterprise sector.
Manchester         North West           North West of England and is made up five sub regional networks, Locality and Coops North To encourage mutual support, inter-trading, sharing of best practice, training and
                                        West.                                                                                        development opportunities between social enterprises. To work with local, regional, national
                                                                                                                                     transnational bodies to strengthen the social enterprise sector.
                                        Elmore Community Services aims to work with people with complex needs (including mental
                                        health) who do not easily fit into existing service provisions or who need support to access
                                        service provisions in their local community. We aim to identify gaps and barriers in current Elmore is looking to develop new partnerships with a range of agencies who have similar
 Bracknell         South East
                                        provision and create and implement models of working that address these issues. We work values to develop its services beyond Oxfordshire.
                                        directly with people on the margins of society and aim to enable such individuals to have
                                        equal access to the basic rights of society.
                                                                                                                                     Wish to meet people from organisations that can deliver services but whose management
                                        Support the development and growth of Social Enterprises and Consortia development to
                                                                                                                                     capacity needs to be enhanced. Also try to discover how CWCDA can offer value through its
                      West              create volume capacity and enhance service delivery through diverse partnerships.
Birmingham                                                                                                                           offering of considerable experience of the process of developing viable consortia
                     Midlands           CWCDA is partner of choice for development of regional programmes in strengthening
                                                                                                                                     arrangements, agreements and training; knowledge of legal structures, market development
                                        capacity and sustainability of social enterprises in the West Midlands
                                                                                                                                     and HR and financial management.
                                        Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                                        83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                                        of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                                      Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                     Yorks &            unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
  Leeds                                                                                                                               with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                     Humber             media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                                      business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                                        generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                                        crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.
                                        Aspire helps people who have experienced disadvantage get back into, and maintain, work.
                                        We operate a number of Social Enterprises where Service Users can gain experience and
                                        skills.
                                        Once ‘work ready’ we have a dedicated employment service, with superb local employer
                      West                                                                                                              Expand the opportunity of working with NOMS to provide employers with an exemplary
Birmingham                              links. Last year we successfully supported 79 Service Users into paid work, both full and part-
                     Midlands                                                                                                           workforce solution.
                                        time.
                                        We have strong links with Thames Valley Probation and successfully work with many ex-
                                        offenders of The majority of our case load will have experienced addiction issues, and
                                        related CJS involvement
                                        Langley House Trust has worked since 1958 with ex-offenders or those at risk of offending
                                        through a variety of accommodation-based and community support activities. Our high
                                        quality services occur in a range of locations across England and include specialism’s such To build relationships with like minded organisations in London in order to create the
                                        as care homes, provision for mentally disordered offenders and accommodation solutions for networks necessary for conducive and constructive service development and delivery. We
 London               London
                                        PPO’s. The trust has also worked on delivering innovations such as the ESF NOMS co-             are also interested in seeking out consortia and partnerships with whom we could develop
                                        financed employability programme Round 1 in Yorkshire and the Humber. The trust have            further work for our services across England.
                                        recently moved into London through a merger with The Stepping Stones trust and are
                                        seeking to consolidate and develop work in this area.

                                        CN4C is a charity and social enterprise that works with disadvantaged individuals and
                                                                                                                                      To find out how we might best offer services that maximise our skills, resources and
                                        communities across Cornwall. We deliver a wide range of services including advice and
 Redruth             Cornwall                                                                                                         experience and to best meet the needs of the communities that we serve. To meet and
                                        guidance; parenting support; learning; health programmes; community development and
                                                                                                                                      potentially development partnerships with likeminded organisations in order for us to do so.
                                        environmental services. We currently work with over 5000 people countywide each year.




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                              Network for Europe is funded by ESF and ERDF technical assistance to help voluntary and
                                                                                                                                       Network for Europe aims to facilitate voluntary and community sector organisations’
 Liverpool         Merseyside community sector organisations in the North West engage in the European funded
                                                                                                                                       engagement in European funds across the North West.
                              programmes.


                                        Goodwin are a large social enterprise with a wide range of services including – children and   I am currently exploring the viability for a consortium regarding reducing re-offending with
                     Yorks &            young people, reducing re-offending, working with ethnic minorities, community wardens,        several partners around HMP Everthorpe including Locality, Re: connect and other partners.
  Leeds
                     Humber             education, employment, training, youth services, health, volunteering and general charity      It is hoped that this forum would provide further information in assisting with the
                                        support work.                                                                                  development of the ideas we have.
                              Local Solutions is a social enterprise that provides a range of services including homecare,
                              extra-care, re-enablement, support for unpaid carers, charity shop, shopmobility, work with
 Liverpool         Merseyside homeless, watersports, outdoor pursuits, motivational courses, domestic violence support,                To meet with other organisations who are considering forming consortia.
                              BullyBusters, conferencing, Early Years, family support, welfare and debt advice, fuel
                              poverty advice, energy efficiency measures, employment initiatives and training.

   N/A                   N/A
                                                                                                                          We would like to work with organisations providing through the gate support as we feel that
                              Beyond Youth is a small organisation delivering our intensive group based programme
                                                                                                                          our programme compliments the work being delivered when the prisoners have been
                              ‘Chance 2 Change’, to those involved in the criminal justice system. Chance 2 Change uses
 London             London                                                                                                released. We deliver the programme to those with 6 months or less of their sentence left in
                              the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to deal with the emotions behind the
                                                                                                                          order, with the aim of making other interventions more effective and the client more
                              offending behaviour.
                                                                                                                          responsive.
                              Dorset Probation Trust (DPT) has statutory responsibility for the supervision of all Dorset
                              based offenders sentenced to a community order or released from custody on licence. DPT
                              delivers a range of offender interventions, including Accredited Programmes and Education, We are interested in developing partnerships and/or stakeholder involvement in initiatives
 Taunton           South West Training & Employment. DPT has a strong track record of working collaboratively and in      which will increase / improve access to services for offenders, and which will reduce the
                              partnership with a range of VCS and private sector organisations to enhance the delivery of likelihood of reoffending.
                              services to offenders.

                                         We are a small young organisation which rescues wheelchairs and bikes and other
                                                                                                                                       As stated we are new,we are actively trying to make ourselves known in the CJ sector and
                                        things,takes them into prison workshops where prisoners restore them.MCF then hands on
                                                                                                                                       are actively looking for partnerships,in the belief MCF will be more sustainable if we can
                     Yorks &            the restored articles to partner charities who distribute them to people in need.MCF and the
  Leeds                                                                                                                                engage with others.Attendance at the event will we hope improve our understanding of
                     Humber             partner charity then reports back to inform those that have done the work where their
                                                                                                                                       current trends in the CVS and allow us to meet others with whom we may be able to
                                        wheelchair and bike went and who benefitted.MCF hopes to soon set up community based
                                                                                                                                       collaborate with.
                                        projects on the same lines.

                                                                                                                                   JLTraining will use the NOMs events and contacts to develop fuller relationships with
                                        JLTraining provides training and employment services to offenders in the community working
Manchester         North West                                                                                                      potential partners aimed at developing delivery consortia throughout the North West and
                                        in partnership with Probation Trusts and community organisations.
                                                                                                                                   further. We will share our expertise and experience with other attendees.


                                                                                                                                   JLTraining will use the NOMs events and contacts to develop fuller relationships with
                                        JLTraining provides training and employment services to offenders in the community working
 Liverpool         Merseyside                                                                                                      potential partners aimed at developing delivery consortia throughout the North West and
                                        in partnership with Probation Trusts and community organisations.
                                                                                                                                   further. We will share our expertise and experience with other attendees.

                                                                                                                                       We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a local or regional presence.
                                        We are a start-up social enterprise located in Sheffield that aims to provide a vocational     We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia and would be keen to
                     East of
 St Neots                               support programme and employment to vulnerable or economically disadvantaged adults            form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with offenders,
                     England
                                        through experience in eco-fashion and textiles crafts and their sales and marketing.           expertise in sales and marketing, have well developed business and financial management
                                                                                                                                       processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.




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                         New Beginnings is a one stop shop, for information/signposting of all service provision within
                         the C.I.S Social Enterprise Consortia. We revert back to Maslow’s hierarchy, Basic needs
                         first being met, supported housing, thoughts process, consequential thinking, ripple effects of
                         crime, honest and S.A.F.E.R approach. Step Back, Assess, Find the help needed, Evaluate,
                         Respond. Then looking to aspiration, hobbies, skills set, via options, tools, choice.
                         Certification, leading through to self/ employment and ultimately creating subsidiary social
               West      enterprises, with on-going back office support, via New Beginnings, operated under a Regus To network, form strong alliances, raise awareness and to listen and learn.
Birmingham
             Midlands    type model. This idea was born out of a life experience of Jayne Silvester, her idea being
                         formed whilst in HMP Drake Hall. Partnerships have already been formed with W.A.I.T.S,
                         Janet Lindsey (3 principles) Accord Group for signposting as well as other supported
                         accommodation. Walsall College for supported learning and certification. Nishkam facilities
                         offered to service users for learn direct.Goalsuk, Reach,Inside’n’out for evidenced based
                         editorial’s and monthly column of successes. Very important for entrepreneurial idea’s whilst
                         in prison, building aspiration, inspiration, empowerment to move forward. Nat West have
                         Our mission is to ensure offenders are aware of the opportunities and support open to them
                         and provide inspiration and motivation to ensure they can successfully break the cycle of
                         offending and change their lives forever. We try to accomplish this by producing and
                         distributing Inside ‘n’ Out magazine on a bi-monthly basis to UK Prisons, Probation areas,
                         VCS and Third Sector organisations as well as many others. We are hoping to engage with
 Leicester East Midlands                                                                                                 To network, form strong alliances, raise awareness and to listen and learn.
                         prisoners and offenders serving community licences by actively seeking articles and other
                         content for the magazine. Those who shows aptitude can do a period with Inside ‘n’ Out as
                         an Intern. We also hope to educate offenders/ex-offenders by a National Hub of services
                         affecting them and supplying workshops on self-esteem and interpersonal skills. I am hoping
                         to be working closely with New Beginings, Goals uk and LRPT.
                                      We are a registered provider of social housing and a registered member of the Industrial &
                                      Provident Society set up with charitable aims to provide quality housing and support to
                                      vulnerable people. We are not a general needs housing provider; and more than half of our
                    West              work is based upon dealing with “challenging people” who are deemed difficult to deal with.
Birmingham                                                                                                                        We work with ex-offenders and those at risk of offending
                   Midlands           Our objective is to restore dignity and hope to individuals and support them to support
                                      themselves. We develop social enterprise in order to provide training and employment
                                      opportunities to our clients who often face barriers to employment and we have been in
                                      business since 1973.
                                      We maintain family ties between prisoners and their children through the production of CDs/
                                      DVDs of imprisoned parents reading a story to their children. We deliver audio and video
 Taunton         South West                                                                                                         We are interested in the possibility of working with other organisations as part of consortia.
                                      production to prisoners thereby enabling them to improve their IT skills, confidence and
                                      employability. We continue to deliver further training to a few prisoners upon their release.
                                                                                                                                     We are interested in working in consortia with other organisations to provide a truly holistic
                                                                                                                                     approach to criminal justice intervention. We are interested in working with other
                                      JR Training and Consultancy Ltd is a small company based in the West Midlands, providing
                    West                                                                                                             organisations providing services for women and organisations who would like to extend their
Birmingham                            State of Mind training in groups and 1:1 coaching training environments, mentoring and
                   Midlands                                                                                                          services to women offenders.
                                      Mentor development for female offenders in the Midlands region.
                                                                                                                                     We are interested in working with organisations who have experience in as working as part
                                                                                                                                     of a consortia.
                                      We are a Birmingham based Housing Association, we provide a whole range of housing
                                      options covering Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country and we manage and operate a
                                      hostel for the homeless in Bridgnorth “ Shropshire”. We are actively engaged in providing
                    West                                                                                                           To find out more and hopefully looking at a partnership with other Housing Providers or third
Birmingham                            work related opportunities to our tenants and their siblings, we provide apprenticeships and
                   Midlands                                                                                                        sector organisations
                                      work placements.
                                      We are involved in tendering for opportunities with the Prime Contractors to deliver the
                                      SWP




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                                                                                                                                        We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                                                                                                                        develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                                       We are a small organisation in Kent that is piloting a project that trains offenders how to
London               London                                                                                                             consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                                       make prescription spectacles.
                                                                                                                                        working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                        experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                                                                                                                        We seek partners for a wider employment and training consortium for which we, with our
                                                                                                                                        leverage in the industry, would be the specialist construction-focused arm, and/or, - We seek
                                       The Construction Youth Trust’s national offender programme works both inside institutions
                                                                                                                                        local partners to form practical projects to provide construction-related or environment-
Bracknell         South East           and out in the community to help offenders into education, training, and ultimately long-term
                                                                                                                                        focused work for ex-offenders as a context for skills training and progression. With our
                                       employment in the construction industry.
                                                                                                                                        national reach, experience in working with offenders and strong profile, we can help develop
                                                                                                                                        and manage such a project and provide training and progression opportunities
                             Wirral CVS was established in 1991, to help combat social, physical, educational, health and
                             economic disadvantage, poverty, and discrimination, and improve the quality of life for
                             communities, groups and individuals. We provide information, advice, networking and
                             learning opportunities, support and development services including the resources needed to
                             help with setting up, running and managing a charity, group or social enterprise. The
                             Volunteer Mentoring Project is funded by Wirral Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) and
                                                                                                                          To find out more about the opportunity to join a local consortium or be a partner in setting
Liverpool         Merseyside has been running since November 2006. It offers support, through volunteer mentors, to
                             individuals who have substance misuse problems. The aim of the project is to help people     one up. Networking opportunities with other organisations to benefit the service we offer
                             recover from substance misuse and move forward in their lives. The project gives the
                             mentors experience of working within this field and assists them to move into paid
                             employment. Alongside the project Wirral CVS delivers an Open Awards accredited Level 2
                             Mentoring for Volunteers course. Most mentees have been involved with the criminal justice
                             service. Mentees have become mentors and gained employment. Open Doors Project in
                             partnership with Merseyside Probation Service, Wirral Met College and Tomorrows Women,
                                                                                                                          Learn how we can continue the support we give for people with Mental Health Issues leaving
Liverpool         Merseyside Support, help, advise and advocate ro anyone with Mental Health Problems
                                                                                                                          prison
                                       We are a partnership made up of 8 core members, and an expanding number of potential             Our objective is to network with potential partners to enhance our offering and supply chain.
                                       delivery partners. Our objective is to develop and provide collaborative and bespoke             We are keen to work with organisations that can offer innovative interventions to offenders,
London               London            solutions to reducing re-offending within the London region, with a particular focus on gang     within health, social care or justice. We are particularly keen to work with a broad range of
                                       related crime and prevention, and across targeted boroughs. We are non-statutory and are         organisations, which vary in size, capacity and consortia experience, including small grass
                                       made up of key health, social, justice, finance and community engagement specialists.            roots organisations. Also to learn more re the CFO opportunity and consortia formation.

                                       We are a partnership made up of 8 core members, and an expanding number of potential             Our objective is to network with potential partners to enhance our offering and supply chain.
                                       delivery partners. Our objective is to develop and provide collaborative and bespoke             We are keen to work with organisations that can offer innovative interventions to offenders,
London               London            solutions to reducing re-offending within the London region, with a particular focus on gang     within health, social care or justice. We are particularly keen to work with a broad range of
                                       related crime and prevention, and across targeted boroughs. We are non-statutory and are         organisations, which vary in size, capacity and consortia experience, including small grass
                                       made up of key health, social, justice, finance and community engagement specialists.            roots organisations. Also to learn more re the CFO opportunity and consortia formation.

                                       We are a partnership made up of 8 core members, and an expanding number of potential             Our objective is to network with potential partners to enhance our offering and supply chain.
                                       delivery partners. Our objective is to develop and provide collaborative and bespoke             We are keen to work with organisations that can offer innovative interventions to offenders,
London               London            solutions to reducing re-offending within the London region, with a particular focus on gang     within health, social care or justice. We are particularly keen to work with a broad range of
                                       related crime and prevention, and across targeted boroughs. We are non-statutory and are         organisations, which vary in size, capacity and consortia experience, including small grass
                                       made up of key health, social, justice, finance and community engagement specialists.            roots organisations. Also to learn more re the CFO opportunity and consortia formation.




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                                        The Citizens Trust (the Trust) was formed in February 1996 as the Disability Times Trust
                                        with the purpose of providing employment services to disadvantaged and disabled people.
                                        After several years of successfully delivering these services we changed our trading name to
                                        The Citizens Trust (2005) to better reflect the fact that we now work with the whole spectrum
                                        of disadvantaged and workless people in our community.. The Trust spearheads the Second          We are attending the event to learn more about the NOMS funding for social enterprises and
                                        Chance for Offenders initiative (launched by our Chairman, Lord Morris of Manchester, in         whether it has the potential to assist the Trust to develop our offender initiative “Second
 London               London            April 06). The Citizens Trust (CT) is an experienced deliverer and a niche provider of           Chance”. We would also like to network with other organisations who may be interested in
                                        specialist employability support for those furthest removed from the labour The Trust works      getting involved in Second Chance.
                                        with niche customer groups that are often overlooked and face multiple barriers to getting
                                        into work. The Trust’s headquarters is a purpose built, DDA approved, 7,000 square feet
                                        ‘centre of excellence’ in the heart of the London Borough of Ealing. After the Trust purchased
                                        the freehold to the property in 2004 it was renovated and refurbished to a standard that has
                                        been highly acclaimed by clients, training providers, partners and funders.
                     East of            National Crime Prevention Charity , working with young people and adults who have                We would be keen to form partnerships to enable social enterprise opportunities for
 St Neots
                     England            offending backgrounds or are at risk of offending                                                offenders/ ex offenders
                               Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                               83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                               of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                             Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                               unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                               with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                               media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                             business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                               impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                               generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                               crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.

                                        Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                                        83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                                        of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                                      Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                                        unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
 London               London                                                                                                          with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                                        media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                                      business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                                        generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                                        crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.

                                        Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                                        83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                                        of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                                      Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                      West              unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
Birmingham                                                                                                                            with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                     Midlands           media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                                      business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                                        generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                                        crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.
                                                                                                                                         Our objective is to discover the requirements for this consortia and to network with interested
                                        Gwellheans is a company limited by guarantee which was set up in 1996 to support people
                                                                                                                                         parties in the forthcoming event. To form partnerships with organisation that have
 Redruth             Cornwall           who have had substance misuse problems through accredited, non-accredited and holistic
                                                                                                                                         experience of working with offenders, have well developed business management processes
                                        groups. We cover the whole of Cornwall and can work with anyone who is over 17.
                                                                                                                                         and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.




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    City            Region

                         A newly established partnership that facilitates partnership working, with a specific focus on
                         disability. The purpose is to bring agencies together to develop core products to assist clients
                                                                                                                          To explore a funding opportunity that will compliment the current activity and to develop
                         into employment. To date the Disability Partnership has a number of agencies attending
                                                                                                                          partnerships that incorporate agencies currently working with offenders and ex-offenders.
 Leicester East Midlands meetings and a recent consortium bid secured European PARES funding to build the
                                                                                                                          Explore the correlation of offender, ex-offender and disability and look at how best to address
                         partnership using the developed framework. It focuses on the strategic vision and practical
                                                                                                                          this, together, to support progressions into training and employment.
                         mechanisms to overcome partners’ competition, territorialism, conflicting funding demands
                         and competing priorities.
                         Aspire helps people who have experienced disadvantage get back into, and maintain, work.
                         We operate a number of Social Enterprises where Service Users can gain experience and
                         skills.
                         Once ‘work ready’ we have a dedicated employment service, with superb local employer
               West                                                                                                       Expand the opportunity of working with NOMS to provide employers with an exemplary
Birmingham               links. Last year we successfully supported 79 Service Users into paid work, both full and part-
             Midlands                                                                                                     workforce solution.
                         time.
                         We have strong links with Thames Valley Probation and successfully work with many ex-
                         offenders of The majority of our case load will have experienced addiction issues, and
                         related CJS involvement
                         Fusion21 is a social enterprise that promotes public procurement as a means to save money
                         and create social outcomes. Working nationally, Fusion21 links spending programmes
                         across numerous organisations, to the creation of training opportunities and sustainable jobs
                         for local people. As well as generating social value this model improves efficiency in the
                                                                                                                          We are interested in the opportunity to work with other organisations both nationally and
 Liverpool  Merseyside procurement process and generates significant cash savings. By using a small part of the
                                                                                                                          locally.
                         savings generated through the procurement process, Fusion21 are able to fully fund our
                         training and employment programmes ensuring that the model is not reliant on public
                         funding and is wholly self sustaining. To date we have created 909 jobs using this model,
                         over 250 of these jobs have gone to offenders.
                         Since 1999, Aspire has provided employment, accredited training and work placement
                         opportunities to over 400 clients from the most deprived areas of Bristol, including ex-
                         offenders, long-term unemployed and ex-homeless.We offer work experience,
                         apprenticeships and employment within our social enterprise businesses, ranging from
                         painting and decorating to gardening, window cleaning and property refurbishment. Our
                         clients are referred to Aspire from numerous services across the city, including Avon and        We are constantly developing existing and considering building partnerships to increase the
  Taunton   South West Somerset Probation Service, homeless hostels and Jobcentre Plus.At the end of their work effectiveness and scope of our work. We wish to assess the appropriateness of Aspire using
                         placement, 88% of clients report an increase in confidence and over the last two years 43% this opportunity to develop our work with ex-offenders.
                         of employees have moved into permanent employment. Over the past year, 26% of
                         employees have gained an NVQ qualification with a 93% pass rate. Re-offending rates are
                         monitored, with no clients re-offending when with us. We have also seen the positive impact
                         of employment on family life that goes beyond the immediate benefit to the individual.

                                      We work in numerous prisons in the North East and have done so for over 14 years. We
                                      also run an ex-offender mentoring programme with members of the faith community. We run
                                                                                                                                   Look at how ESF fits with our plans to set up social enterprises and form links with others in
Newcastle        North East           a creative business in one of the prisons and have trained officers to run a business in
                                                                                                                                   this area.
                                      another. We plan to develop businesses in the community for ex-offenders. The first of which
                                      is going to be a catering.




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                            We are a specialist agency that helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds into self -
                            employment. We also advise social enterprises, run enterprise awareness programmes for
                            young people and train senior managers from corporate companies to become enterprise
                            mentors for our clients. We are currently running our bespoked self- employment
 London           London    programme in HMP Lewes both inside and through the gate, delivering work programme self- To better understand how to apply for the funding and networking
                            employment training across London, working with young people in collaboration with the
                            Princes Trust and working with Legal an General training their project managers to mentor
                            our clients in HMP Lewes. We are also an approved SFEDI centre, so can provide
                            accredited qualifications in Enterprise Level 1-4.
                            Superact is a Community Arts organization that use creative activity and programmes to
                            better the lives of various communities, increasing confidence, communication & increasing
                                                                                                                           We would like to form a consortium around using the creative process and encouraging
                            social skills, team work and organizational skills. We do about 50% or our work in the Justice
Taunton          South West                                                                                                offenders to think outside the box combining different creative endeavours to form a social
                            sector in both secure and community settings. We have worked in all the prisons of the SW
                                                                                                                           enterprise focused on interacting with the community through creative endeavour.
                            and are piloting a qualification in prisons in 6 European countries. We have also done
                            extensive work with youth at risk and with YOTs.
                                      Social Enterprise Acumen CIC is the social enterprise support arm of the Acumen Group of           Acumen would like to lead on the development of a regional application for a North East
                                      social enterprises which delivers Welfare to Work programmes and creates social                    consortium focusing on employment and skills and is keen to exchange ideas and
Newcastle        North East
                                      enterprises which work with offenders to support skills development and enhance                    information with others. Social Enterprise Acumen CIC is also partnering No Offence on a
                                      employment opportunities.                                                                          national bid, and will be acting as their lead partner in the North East

                                      Social Enterprise Acumen CIC is the social enterprise support arm of the Acumen Group of           Acumen would like to lead on the development of a regional application for a North East
                                      social enterprises which delivers Welfare to Work programmes and creates social                    consortium focusing on employment and skills and is keen to exchange ideas and
Newcastle        North East
                                      enterprises which work with offenders to support skills development and enhance                    information with others. Social Enterprise Acumen CIC is also partnering No Offence on a
                                      employment opportunities.                                                                          national bid, and will be acting as their lead partner in the North East
                   East of            We provide criminal Justice Services to courts and prison working directly with offenders.         To gain knowledge of plans and potential opportunities for small organisations to work as
St Neots
                   England            We are medium sized and provide services in the East of England.                                   consortia.
                                                                                                                                         We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                      We are a Social Enterprise organisation providing Print and Fulfilment work. Our primary aim       develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
 London             London            is to provide work based training opportunities for adults with learning difficulties and mental   consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                                      illness. We reinvest the profits generated by our commercial work back into our people.            working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                         experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                                                                                                                         We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                      We are a Social Enterprise organisation providing Print and Fulfilment work. Our primary aim       develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
 London             London            is to provide work based training opportunities for adults with learning difficulties and mental   consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                                      illness. We reinvest the profits generated by our commercial work back into our people.            working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                         experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                      Tomorrow’s People is a specialist charitable trust that helps people out of long-term
                                      unemployment, welfare dependence or homelessness, into jobs and self-sufficiency. Its
                                      mission is to support the most vulnerable such as young people, ex-offenders, people with
                                                                                                                                         To establish what role Tomorrow’s People could play as part of local or national consortia to
 London             London            disabilities, lone parents, the homeless, those on Incapacity Benefit and others who have
                                                                                                                                         support ex/offenders get and keep a job.
                                      been out of work for an extended period of time. The charity helps them gain the skills,
                                      behaviours and qualifications that employers need so that they can get a job, and keep it in
                                      the long-term.
                                      We provide support and information for voluntary and community groups across Leeds. We
                                      host a range of projects including Supporting Links to Commissioning which actively works          Working with groups to assist in the development of consortia from the early stages of
                                      to develop consortia across a range of service delivery fields. Our website has a                  exploring “Give-Get” through chief officer, board and staff interactions; to organisational
                   Yorks &
 Leeds                                Commissioning Toolkit which can be accessed here It particularly focuses on consortium             health and data sharing; to legal structures for consortia, the lead body model and contract.
                   Humber
                                      working. Over the past three years we have had considerable success in the field of                We want to offer our support framework to Leeds groups, working through with interested
                                      consortium development working with a range of organisations in the fields of adult social         parties and in line with the NOMS project.
                                      care; mental health (floating support), training and employment and health.
 London             London




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Bracknell         South East
                                       Yorkshire Community Co-operative (Y-CoCo) is a consortium of four well established 3rd
                                       sector organisations working in Leeds. We have been working closely together for many
                                       years and have moved this forward by formalising our partnership in September 2010 and           We would like to meet potential new consortium members and extend the knowledge and
                    Yorks &
 Leeds                                 registered as an Industrial and Provident Society in April 2011. We formed the cooperative       reach of who we are and what we do to ultimately enable us to support more individuals in
                    Humber
                                       because we wanted to extend our reach and scope, work with more people and                       the region.
                                       organisations, and be able to offer our clients some of the competitive economies of scale
                                       normally associated with much bigger organisations
                                       Consultancy delivering development support to organisations; also facilitation and chairing
                                       (e.g. away days, consultations), events (e.g. conferences) and training (e.g. governance,
                                       meetings skills).
                                       For example, provided extensive development consultancy/interim management leading to            To understand more about how NOMS plans to purchase services from the third sector – to
Bracknell         South East           the setting up of Circles UK, national body for Circles of Support and Accountability, and       keep-up-to date. To be able to pass on learning to other organisations with which I am
                                       Escaping Victimhood, national organisation running residential workshops for victims of          involved.
                                       serious crime.
                                       Have also developed training to increase community engagement – local leadership.



                                       Bliss provides mediation services across areas of the North East. Also deliver a CBT
                                       Counselling project. Training to engage the hardest to reach clients back into learning and
                                                                                                                                        To provide an open door service to the community, supporting people to better their lives.
Newcastle         North East           help enter to employment. Support to young people and their families with ADHD. Provide
                                                                                                                                        Working in partnership to create a seamless passageway of support for the client.
                                       an anger management project in schools across Northumberland to young people and
                                       adults. Family Group Conferencing.


                                       We are a small company working across areas of the North East of England providing
                                       mediation services and training. Also restorative justice using Family Group Conferencing.
                                       Anger management project. Bliss was established in 1996 and had grown in strength over
                                                                                                                                        Bliss would like to have this opportunity to develop the provisions to a wider clientele,
                                       the years. Two years ago we had 14 staff but now have only 6 staff and 7 session workers.
                                                                                                                                        working alongside a larger provider to support offenders. Bliss has worked with people on
Newcastle         North East           This is due to end of training contracts. We are now at 41% sustainable from paid SLA
                                                                                                                                        probation in the CBT Counselling project. Bliss is always open to expanding the company
                                       contracts. We aim to reach 75% by 2015. Bliss is an active forward thinking company, who
                                                                                                                                        into new complimentary projects that would work in parallel to our aims and objectives.
                                       know the importance of providing an excellent service on all our contracts. We value the
                                       importance of targets for monitoring performance of our company. We have IIP Award Martix
                                       and Job Centre Disability Award.
 London              London
                                       Action Acton is an expanding West London charity, Limited Liability Company and social
                                       enterprise (with Social Enterprise Mark) .
                                       Key objectives are to: Help disadvantaged, unemployed individuals secure Employment;
                                       Help disadvantaged individuals improve literacy, numeracy, IT and other basic
                                       skills.;Reduce crime by assisting ex prisoners and young and adult offenders to secure
                                       training and employment.;Provide a business workspace centre for start-up social
                                       enterprises and businesses. Action Acton currently employs 25 staff and 10 volunteers and        To explore partnership and consortium opportunities and social enterprise
 London              London            works across Ealing, Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham. Action Acton works in                    opportunities/developments . to look for potential joint ventures .
                                       partnership with other charities and organisations, local authorities and public sector bodies
                                       to provide a range of services for people in need including young and adult offenders.
                                       CURRENT (April 2012) PROJECTS INCLUDE:- WORK PROGRAMME—‘end to end’
                                       subcontractor; DWP employability training and Job search for unemployed ; ‘JOBS NOT
                                       KNIVES CHANGE LIVES’– helping 15-19 Year olds involved in Serious Youth Violence and
                                       Group Offending.; projects for PPO’s MAPPA offenders to secure employment.; YOUTH IN
                                       FOCUS (BLF) –--helping young offenders leaving custodial institutions or young people



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   City               Region

                                        Blue Sky Development & Regeneration is a social enterprise whose social purpose is to
                                        reduce re-offending rates through the employment of ex-offenders. We do this by securing
                                        contracts (or sub contracts with prime contractors) within the grounds maintenance,
                                        landscape construction, recycling and waste management sectors and then use these
                                        contracts to provide fixed term contracts for people with a criminal record, particularly those     Blue Sky in the North West is primarily active in Greater Manchester and West Lancashire,
                                        recently released from prison.                                                                      we would like to build consortia relationships to support expansion into other areas in the
Manchester         North West           All our operational staff work in small teams under the supervision of a Team Supervisor,           region to enable us to provide employment for more ex-offenders, and to strengthen delivery
                                        usually ex-offenders themselves. Operatives receive training, mentoring and guidance to             of holistic services for ex-offenders through building consortia with other providers
                                        help them progress into permanent employment in the wider labour market. BSDR was                   specialising in complimentary services to Blue Skys’ employment offer.
                                        established in the south east in 2005, with the first franchise set up in the north west in 2009,
                                        with the support of Groundwork. Since 2005 Blue Sky has employed more than 500 ex-
                                        offenders with 42% progressing into onward employment and only 15% of people re-
                                        offending.
                                        Changing Paths are a London and South East based cic and charitable trust assisting ex
 Bracknell         South East                                                                                                               To explore rout ways into consortia projects
                                        offenders into sustainable employment.
                               BAC-IN is a "Grass Roots" Peer Led, culturally specific drug and alcohol service based in
                               Nottingham working with people from the African-Caribbean, South Asian, Dual Heritage and
                                                                                                                                            We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                               other minority ethnic communities promoting recovery. Service users are involved in all
                                                                                                                                            develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                               stages of the development and delivery of BAC-IN services including planning, delivery,
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                              consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                               evaluation, review and service development. BAC-IN supports individuals, families,
                                                                                                                                            working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                               offenders and communities. BAC-IN offers a range of services these include Peer mentoring,
                                                                                                                                            experience of working as part of a consortia
                               Prison In-Reach, family/carer services as well as cultural competence training and education
                               and treating the culturally sensitive issues facing many of these communities that we serve.

                               BAC-IN is a "Grass Roots" Peer Led, culturally specific drug and alcohol service based in
                               Nottingham working with people from the African-Caribbean, South Asian, Dual Heritage and
                                                                                                                                            We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                               other minority ethnic communities promoting recovery. Service users are involved in all
                                                                                                                                            develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                               stages of the development and delivery of BAC-IN services including planning, delivery,
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                              consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                               evaluation, review and service development. BAC-IN supports individuals, families,
                                                                                                                                            working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                               offenders and communities. BAC-IN offers a range of services these include Peer mentoring,
                                                                                                                                            experience of working as part of a consortia
                               Prison In-Reach, family/carer services as well as cultural competence training and education
                               and treating the culturally sensitive issues facing many of these communities that we serve.
                                        SoberLink provides a Recovery Mentoring Programme for alcohol dependents leaving
                                                                                                                                            To explore partnership opportunities with other community and voluntary sector
                                        detox/treatment which helps establish individuals in long-term recovery and training around
 Taunton           South West                                                                                                               organisations and make those working with offenders and ex-offenders aware of our
                                        dealing with alcohol dependency, mutual-aid programmes and establishing long-term
                                                                                                                                            services
                                        recovery
                                        Yacro offers supported accommodation for offenders and ex offenders referred by the
                                        Probation Service, police and prisons. It is funded by Supporting People and can
                                        accommodate 14 individuals, male and female over the age of 18 at our main hostel site and
                     Yorks &
  Leeds                                 28 in shared housing. We also offer floating support for service users in their own                 To develop a Social Enterprise to offer employment opportunities for offenders
                     Humber
                                        accommodation. YACRO works with complex needs service users including substance
                                        misuse, mental health problems and high risk behaviours. Yacro currently is funded to
                                        deliver only services in the City of York.
 London               London


 London               London




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   City               Region

                                        Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                                        83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                                        of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                                      Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                                        unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
 Bracknell         South East                                                                                                         with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                                        media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                                      business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                                        generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                                        crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.
                                        GMCVO is the voluntary sector support organisation covering the Greater Manchester city
                                        region. Our vision is a strong, diverse and influential civil society which enables social,
                                                                                                                                        To gain the latest information about the NOMS Social Enterprise Consortia Building
                                        economic and political inclusion. We provide support, knowledge, voice, infrastructure &
                                                                                                                                        programme. To meet any potential partners or potential consortium members. Especially
                                        innovation, working in partnership with other support providers, and the public and private
                                                                                                                                        interested in talking to social firms and mutuals trading in Greater Manchester which are able
                                        sectors. We were an early pioneer of consortium and prime contractor models for public
Manchester         North West                                                                                                           to create jobs, work placements, apprenticeships etc. for offenders with complex needs
                                        service delivery, and have been active at Greater Manchester, regional and national levels in
                                                                                                                                        including mental health. Any size / scale/sector as long as they are interested in taking a
                                        developing and sharing best practice. We host Converge (GM Wellbeing                            collaborative approach, working with GMCVO and existing consortia, and working in the
                                        Consortium).Delivering the NAVCA training for infrastructure organisations on partnership       context of delivering the Greater Manchester Strategy.
                                        /consortium development and providing independent consultancy to non-Greater
                                        Manchester areas.
                                                                                                                                   ACT2006 objective’s are as following:
                                                                                                                                   i. Promote social inclusion.
                                                                                                                                   ii. Promote Poverty Relief by reducing financial exclusion under micro finance support.
                                                                                                                                   iii. Promote the use of faith in the community as a social tool to address anti-social behaviour
                                                                                                                                   of youth.
                                                                                                                                   iv. Represent its membership at a national, the European and international in line with the co-
                                        Faith Communities 4 Action(FACT2006 Ltd) is a BME Community organisation set up since operative movements as a social sponsor.
                                        2006 in the area of West Midlands to promote socio- economic inclusion of the ABEM         v. Undertake trade or business for any industry to foster our member initiative in
                                        based faith communities where the majority are migrants, refugees and asylum seekers       entrepreneurship activity.
                      West                                                                                                         vi. Provide capacity building to our members about the values and principles of social
Birmingham                              living in the West Midlands region. Fact2006 essential mission is to develop services with
                     Midlands                                                                                                      enterprise in line with the co-operative objects.
                                        the collaboration of the membership based in the region by bridging them to access the
                                        services provided by the local, regional and national Authority, statutory and voluntary   vii. Support the growth and development of enterprises based upon principles of social
                                        agency that meet their needs                                                               justice and democratic control.
                                                                                                                                   viii. Provide its members with support services in microfinance access.
                                                                                                                                   ix. Promote the interests of its members and the principles of social justice and democratic
                                                                                                                                   control at all levels of government including local, regional, national, European and
                                                                                                                                   international.
                                                                                                                                   x. Promote, strengthening and enlarging of the social enterprise in line with the co-operative
                                                                                                                                   movement.
                                                                                                                                   xi. Mentor a sense of shared ownership and interdependence amongst its members


                                                                                                                                    We are interested in exploring working in a consortia to see what sort of benefits can be
                     Yorks &            We are an independent voluntary sector organisation providing housing, training and support gained from this way of working. We have limited experience of offender management but
  Leeds
                     Humber             to disadvantaged people                                                                     many of our clients have had a history of offending. We are foreward looking and want to
                                                                                                                                    improve our services and good practice.



                              Young People services and accommodation for care leavers, homeless and young                              Network and meet potential partners where our organisational skills and expertise can
                              offenders, aged 16-25. We support on average 350 young people to achieve independent                      complement each other and enable us to deliver better outcomes for young offenders.
 Taunton           South West
                              living skills. The range of skills varies dependant on individuals and can include educational            Interested in providers of confidence building activities for young people, these could be from
                              attainment, cooking, taking care of their physical well-being, decorating, etc                            a crafts, arts or physical activity field




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    City             Region

                                       NOAH Enterprise is an incorporated Charity and for 25 years we have worked with the most
                                       disadvantaged in Luton providing a range of welfare services, training and work experience,
                                       and running a social business trading in clothing, bric-a-brac, furniture and white goods. Our Learning about consortium working
                    East of
 St Neots                              Welfare Services staff based at our Day Centre in Park Street work with a wide ranging         Understanding requirements of MOJ/NOMS
                    England
                                       service user group offering support to those who are homeless or at risk of being so and who Networking
                                       come to us suffering from alcohol addiction, drug and other substance misuse, mental health
                                       issues and other forms of chronic exclusion and isolation
                                                                                                                                     To improve access to our services for young offenders, particularly on release from custodial
                                       GIPSIL is a community-based voluntary organisation working with vulnerable and socially
                    Yorks &                                                                                                          sentences. To establish links with similar organisations in different areas to offer a regional
  Leeds                                excluded young people (16-25) in East Leeds. We provide housing and support to over 170
                    Humber                                                                                                           response and/or partner with agencies with complementary skills to improve our service
                                       young people including offenders, care leavers, the homeless and lone parents
                                                                                                                                     offer.
 Taunton          South West
                                                                                                                                     We are interested in developing partnerships with organisations working in the North East
Newcastle         North East
                                                                                                                                     who wish to develop a trading and skills development initiative.
                                                                                                                                     We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with innovative ideas. We are
                                                                                                                                     interested in the opportunity to work with others that have experience of working with
                                       Vision Housing is a thriving social enterprise, a company limited by guarantee and a
  London             London                                                                                                          offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous experience
                                       registered charity. We provide housing and support for vulnerable people
                                                                                                                                     of working as part of a consortia

                                       BES is an enterprise agency of many years standing. It has extensive experience of working
                                       in both the private sector and the third sector helping individuals and organisations to be
                                       efficient and effective. Assisting new ventures and groups of enterprises is the main
                     West
Birmingham                             business of BES. In addition extensive experience of the Criminal Justice System working i    To find other social enterprises to join a consortium we are leading on; for CJS contracting.
                    Midlands
                                       many offenders situations.
                                       BES is a social enterprise of thirty years standing and is leading member of a consortia
                                       partnership.
                                       Pentreath is an award winning mental health organisation that strives to encourage improved
                                       awareness, health and wellbeing throughout Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. We aim to
                                                                                                                                     We would like to explore opportunities of working with providers in Cornwall to deliver an
                                       promote good mental health through personal development, education and employment.
  Redruth           Cornwall                                                                                                         effective programme to ex offenders. Interested in being part of a wider
                                       Our highly dedicated team of outreach workers deliver our much needed services to people
                                                                                                                                     partnership/consortia.
                                       with or recovering from mental ill health.

  London             London
                         Whilst working for Birmingham Drug and Alcohol Action team I set up a learning centre and                   We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working
                         developed a suite of accredited training programmes to bridge the gap for recovering                        with offenders, substance users or those with long term unemployment issues that have
                     West
Birmingham               substance users from therapy to formal education or work. This is in line with the National                 previous experience of working as part of a consortium. We are interested in the opportunity
                    Midlands
                         Drug Strategy 2010 to help build recovery capital. Since leaving the DAAT I have continued                  to work with others in consortia to promote true whole systems, holistic approach to
                         to liaise with education and treatment providers to offer this resource.                                    supporting this clientele and develop opportunities for volunteers.
                         Bridge works with offenders, drugs/alcohol users and people with mental health problems. It
 Leicester East Midlands provides volunteer mentors, activities, volunteer opportunities and other support to clients in             Fact-finding
                         Northamptonshire
                                                                                                                                     We would like to meet more companies that also provide services for offenders and we
                                       Penrose are support and care providers for vulnerable adults in the community and have
                                                                                                                                     would like to find out more about funding for social enterprise and the different social
  London             London            some residential services. We specifically support Ex-offenders lots of whom have mental
                                                                                                                                     enterprise that are out there. We are interested in learning about the aim of the diverse
                                       health concerns.
                                                                                                                                     supply chain for social enterprise and the voluntary and community sector.




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                                        I am a consultant with lots of experience in procurement, social enterprise and I’ve worked
                                        on secondment to the prisons service and with probation.
                                                                                                                                       I think that I’ve got lots of very useful experience to offer groups that wish to form consortia
                     Yorks &            Crellin Consulting provide services that enable communities and individuals to prosper,
  Leeds                                                                                                                                so I would like to meet as many groups as possible and hopefully work with some so that
                     Humber             particularly where those areas or individuals represent communities that are the most
                                                                                                                                       they can form successful consortia, win contracts and thereby help their client group.
                                        excluded (due to health, gender, race or poverty etc.- This includes past misdemeanors!)

                                        We are a community interest company based in Birmingham, working with offenders & their
                                                                                                                                      Providing training, coaching and motivational support to empower service users engaging in
                      West              families, wishing to return to employment. Staffed by probation officer, health & social care
Birmingham                                                                                                                            job hunt, application for paid/ voluntary work and maintaining non offending lifestyle. Seeking
                     Midlands           staff, with a registered training arm. Although KeyOpps is 2 years old we have over 30 years
                                                                                                                                      to work in consortia with partner organisations, who will work collaboratively.
                                        experience in the criminal justice and social care field.
                                                                                                                                       To scope what work is being done with providers to equip them to work with the Probation
Manchester         North West           Delivery of probation services.
                                                                                                                                       Trusts

                              Blue Sky has been described as being the only organisation where you need a criminal
                              record to work with us. We employ ex-offenders who are looking to break the cycle of re-
                              offending into contract jobs which pay them a real wage for a real day’s work. Our model
                                                                                                                       We are looking to understand more about the potential value that may be gained from a
 Liverpool         Merseyside gives them employment for 6 months after which we provide support to find them full time
                                                                                                                       consortia, and also to make new links and establish new networks.
                              onward employment. Based originally in West London, we work from Kent across to Bristol
                              and have franchises in Yorkshire, Manchester and the West Midlands and have contracts in
                              grounds maintenance, waste management, recycling and an increasing range of industries.


   N/A                   N/A




                                        We are a national membership, community interest company with an extensive network of
                     Yorks &            members and contacts. We are a non-delivery organisation and we encourage, promote and We will attend the NOMS events to capture as much information as possible and to identify
  Leeds
                     Humber             facilitate the collaboration of organisations from the voluntary, public and private sectors to additional partners who may wish to join us in our consortium
                                        address the issue of reducing reoffending




   N/A                   N/A

                                        Psychology based programmes. Pro-active behaviour education and change programmes –
                                        design, delivery, mentoring, consultation, train-the-trainer. Examples: NEET prevention –
                                        London Academies; Young Offender Programmes; Partnerships with G4S, P3, HMP
                                                                                                                                       Understanding / networking / building potential consortia for future bids.Explore potential
                                        Reading.
                                                                                                                                       synergies, projects and or contractor / supplier relationships.
                                        Pro-active Community Enterprise – in collaboration with Registered Social Landlords and the
 London               London                                                                                                           We have many links – including to investors, social landlords, community interest companies
                                        Academies Enterprise Trust: options appraisals, business development, training,
                                                                                                                                       and co-workers in education and development
                                        consultation, implementation, deployment assistance, mentoring, coaching support.
                                        Pro-active behaviour change programmes – organisations. Group / Vertical and Horizontal
                                        projects for self-empowered delivery.




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                                                                               Background                                                                                        Objective
  City               Region

                                       Psychology based programmes. Pro-active behaviour education and change programmes –
                                       design, delivery, mentoring, consultation, train-the-trainer. Examples: NEET prevention –
                                       London Academies; Young Offender Programmes; Partnerships with G4S, P3, HMP
                                                                                                                                       Understanding / networking / building potential consortia for future bids. Explore potential
                                       Reading.
                    East of                                                                                                            synergies, projects and or contractor / supplier relationships. We have many links – including
St Neots                               Pro-active Community Enterprise – in collaboration with Registered Social Landlords and the
                    England                                                                                                            to investors, social landlords, community interest companies and co-workers in education
                                       Academies Enterprise Trust: options appraisals, business development, training,
                                                                                                                                       and development.
                                       consultation, implementation, deployment assistance, mentoring, coaching support.
                                       Pro-active behaviour change programmes – organisations. Group / Vertical and Horizontal
                                       projects for self-empowered delivery.

                              Pro-active Community Enterprise – in collaboration with Registered Social Landlords and the
                                                                                                                          We have many links – including to investors, social landlords, community interest companies
Leicester       East Midlands Academies Enterprise Trust: options appraisals, business development, training,
                                                                                                                          and co-workers in education and development.
                              consultation, implementation, deployment assistance, mentoring, coaching support.
                                       Pro-active behaviour change programmes – organisations. Group / Vertical and Horizontal
London               London
                                       projects for self-empowered delivery.
                                       Workwise (Suffolk) Ltd is an employment and training centre and social enterprise whose
                                       main aims are:-•

                                       • To successfully rehabilitate and train adults with short and long term mental health
                                       problems in a genuine business environment and to encourage self- esteem and personal
                                       development.
                                       • To help develop independence, social skills and a positive attitude towards moving on into
                                       paid employment and/or further education/voluntary work.
                    East of            • To offer work placements and help in securing work experience and eventual employment         To work with other organisation delivering goals (raising self-esteem) and employability
St Neots
                    England            wherever relevant.                                                                              qualification. To work as an outreach provider across the East of England

                                       The overall objective of Workwise is to enable trainees to progress through into open
                                       employment and social integration by building confidence, regaining self-esteem and
                                       obtaining skills and qualifications. Our Worklink Department is a specialist employment
                                       service assisting unemployed adults recovering from mental health problems on incapacity
                                       benefit and job seekers allowance providing Goals, employability skills, job search, coaching
                                       and mentoring, CV preparation, advice and guidance, confidence building and job retention.


                                       I manage a consortium of learning providers. Social Enterprise Kent (SEK) is a partnership
                                       of organisations with a shared vision of supporting enterprise and improving lives. SEK
                                                                                                                                     To gain a better understanding of the issue and what we as an organisation can do to
London               London            works across an array of industries, all operating within the third sector. We are pioneering
                                                                                                                                     address them
                                       and innovative focusing on the positive changes we can make to peoples' lives and to our
                                       community. We deliver a diverse range of services, all with shared goals, values and ethics.
                             Wirral Lifelong and Family Learning Service provide learning programmes for families and
                             adults directly and with partners. We support a number of small projects which are designed
                             to combat social exclusion, widen participation and develop employability skills and self     We are interested in sharing our experience and developing and supporting partnerships to
Liverpool         Merseyside
                             esteem through work in partnership with voluntary and community organisations. We also        work with organisations who have experience of working with offenders. .
                             offer training for volunteers and deliver a 1;1 reading programme for adults with entry level
                             reading skills.




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                                                                                 Background                                                                                        Objective
   City               Region

                                        The RACE Advice and Support Network Limited is a service delivery organisation that
                                        provides services to children, young people, families and adults. We provide a variety of
                                        bespoke services via referrals from statutory and non-statutory agencies. Furthermore, we
                                        facilitate a walk in provision to make available self-referral opportunities. We do this to
                                        ensure individuals are able to access support, without the assistance of an agency referral.
                                        The aim of the organisation is to assist with the social and personal difficulties that cause    We are interested in forming working partnerships with organisations that are keen to
                      West
Birmingham                              barriers to development or quality of life. The provision outlined is not an exhaustive list but support offenders and their families. We are keen to be part of a consortium that focuses on
                     Midlands
                                        an overview of our operation. We currently provide: advice, support and guidance, outreach, pre-release, resettlement, homelessness and family liaison/mediation.
                                        advocacy, mediation, therapy, mentoring, shared school provision, appropriate adult
                                        services, youth offending work, offender management, life and social skills, personal
                                        development, post 16 training, career development, staff training (CPD), family support, 24
                                        hour crisis intervention (on call services) and community projects (social entrepreneurial
                                        initiatives). The organisation was established in 1994 and has continued to build on our skills


                                        We are an Educational Media Company. The partnership conducts a wide variety of projects         The MMP works to provide services in parts of the area where there are needs to fully meet
                                        through single-decker mobile bus facilities, which have been adapted to facilitate up to 16      the objectives of clients . We also provide opportunities for volunteering to enable local
                                        students in a high-tech and unique mobile classroom. As well as class-room based work,           people play a more active role in their community. MMP works to bridge the gap between
                                        and distance-learning projects it also aims to support curriculum-led objectives, delivered by   different communities, bringing together rich and poor, and people from other different social
 Redruth             Cornwall           the MMP team. The initiative is an exciting way of learning how to gather and use                backgrounds, ages and beliefs. The core message of the company is to empower and
                                        information creatively. It provides people with opportunities for ICT competency, application    promote the opportunity of the group or individuals in our projects through media. The future
                                        and development through their use of the on-board equipment and participation in                 aims of the organisation include developing educational radio stations within Commercial
                                        associated programmes. MMP has a variety of modern digital equipment, including                  Radio and training education practitioners in the use of hi-end technology as a powerful tool
                                        computers, apple macs, sound recorders and radio studio facilities.                              to achieve learning outcomes.




                                                                                                                                     RAD would like to; learn more about the capacity building available to fledgling consortia
                                        Rural Action Derbyshire works to improve the life chances of people in rural communities. It
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                       make contact with other Derbyshire based agencies able to offer complementary services
                                        does this through strategic influencing and direct action.



                     Yorks &
  Leeds
                     Humber
                                        Cutting crime, cultivating futures... Established Social Enterprise providing accredited
                                        training, work experience and employment opportunities to the long-term unemployed,
                                        NEET, offenders, ex- offenders and vulnerable groups. Delivering general building and
                     East of            property maintenance, gardening, landscaping, and fencing services to elderly and                Forming partnerships with like minded individuals and organisations with the idea to lead
 St Neots
                     England            vulnerable individuals. Helping individuals and the community establish solid work ethics,       local and/or regional level consortia. Also representing No-Offence CIC as national lead.
                                        core values, reduce crime and anti-social behaviour and access opportunities to a
                                        sustainable future.




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                                                                                 Background                                                                                        Objective
   City               Region

                              Big Fish Ventures provides creative development for children, families and communities.
                              Through its activities the company seeks to positively impact on individuals physical, social
                              and emotional wellbeing and to inspire personal and community growth and change.
                              Big Fish works strategically with a range of statutory bodies to ensure that we reach those
                              most in need of our support and interventions. We prioritise work with and for young people               To raise the profile of our organisation in Cornwall
                              from disadvantaged and hard to reach communities most of whom suffer from the combined                    To network with other enterprising initiatives with a view to building future partnership and
 Redruth            Cornwall  effects of poverty, neglect and / or social exclusion. Background - Formerly known as The                 capacity
                              Big Fish Theatre Company, the charity was based in London from 1997 until 2009 providing                  To inform the development of new work for ex- offenders or those at risk of offending in
                              innovative community theatre and arts based projects for young people. During this time, the              Cornwall and Plymouth.
                              company benefited from many long term service level agreements across South London and
                              9 consecutive years lottery funding. In 2009 Big Fish launched and expanded its services
                              into the Southwest of England, relocating to Cornwall under the leadership of one of it's
                              founding directors. A Community Interest Company was set up in London and initially grant
                              aided by the main Charity to support and continue our service provision there. Since
                              Responsible for the critical management and reintegration of approximately 5,000 offenders
                              per annum across Devon & Cornwall, of which about 1/3 are held within the prison system at                To learn more of the range of services currently on offer via newly forming consortia and for
 Taunton           South West any one time. The overarching objective for DCPT is public protection and in reducing                     DCPT to consider how it might enhance existing service delivery via market testing with key
                              reoffending. This is achieved by delivering a variety of crimnogenic interventions often                  partners
                              requiring effective, collaborative partnership working
                                                                                                                                        To get a better understanding of the principles of More than the Sum and to meet with
                                        Crime Reduction through the provision of a holistic resettlement service to offenders, ex-      representatives of other organisations who may offer complimentary services. Also to
 London               London
                                        offenders and those at risk                                                                     explore the potential of a consortia with providers who have a common interest with regard
                                                                                                                                        to resettlement and reducing re-offending

 Leicester       East Midlands

                                                                                                                                        Equine Assisted Therapy, has been used extensively in working towards the rehabilitation of
                                        Equus Solutions CIC delivers a program of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, growth and             both youth and adult offenders in the USA and to a much smaller degree in the UK. We
 Redruth             Cornwall
                                        learning and is the only organisation offering this treatment program in Cornwall.              would be very interested in working with other responsible agencies as partners or part of a
                                                                                                                                        consortium, working in this field of operations.
                                        Dainton & Kalema Associates are independent Business Development and Management
                                                                                                                                        To find out more about the programme, so that I can report back to our clients who may be
 London               London            Consultants, specialising in helping mainly third sector and voluntary organisations to find
                                                                                                                                        interested in forming or joining consortia
                                        funding to carry on their services
                      West
Birmingham
                     Midlands
                                                                                                                                        We are hoping to identify other organisations that are willing to work in partnership for any of
                               We are a Community Interest Company (CIC) that has three main areas:                                     the above areas.
                               1 Education - NVQ’s, level 1 to 3                                                                        We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
 Leicester       East Midlands 2. Health and Safety (we are a Health and Safety registered company)                                     develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                               3. International Projects.                                                                               consortia. We w ould be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience
                                                                                                                                        of working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and
                                                                                                                                        previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
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                                        We are a community based Social Enterprise which has a contract with West Mercia
                                        Probation Trust to deliver community payback opportunities for offenders. As part of this
                                        work we undertake a thorough needs assessment at the outset and we use the recovery star
                                        outcomes measurement tool to draw up a personal action plan and review progress. We
                                        would then source either from our organisation or other partner’s relevant support around
                      West              housing, substance misuse issues, debt, employment, skills and training. We are able to       The main objective for attending the event is to network with like minded organisations to
Birmingham                              offer accredited learning through our Open College Network status or access to other
                     Midlands                                                                                                         explore the opportunities for a consortium approach to this area of work.
                                        accredited learning through learning partners delivering training from our base. We also
                                        have a community food project supporting volunteers. We are a reporting centre for West
                                        Mercia Probation Trust and a probation officer is based with us for half to one day per week,
                                        we are looking at this being extended in the near future. We are able to provide access to
                                        other services for offenders such as CAB outreach based with us and other agencies
                                        offering a drop in service such as Stonham , or the Next Steps partnership supporting
                                        Supported housing and resettlement service for people who have come into contact with the To meet likeminded organisations who work with offenders and/or mentally ill people and
 London               London
                                        criminal justice system and/or the mental health system                                   aim to create employment opportunities for them.

                                        We are a community interest company subsidiary of Devon and Cornwall Housing providing We work with many different client groups but not specifically offenders. We would like to
 Redruth             Cornwall
                                        care and support services to vulnerable people across Devon and Cornwall               build networks with specialist providers to see what potential there might be for joint working
                     East of
 St Neots
                     England
                                        Assist social enterprises to scale up by providing finance through unsecured loans or equity
 Bracknell         South East                                                                                                          General networking opportunity to promote our activities
                                        investment

                                        We are a medium sized housing organisation with a small social enterprise element, both of We would like to work with other organisations in the South East and South West to develop
 Bracknell         South East
                                        which deliver training and employment outcomes.                                            consortia with the aim of delivering routes to education and employability training.
                              We are a small company who train, support and encourage service users and customers to
                              evaluate, research and design better services in the social sector. We work with all groups
                                                                                                                            To investigate partnership opportunities and highlight the possibilities of using well
                    Yorks &   and partners to improve outcomes based on the authentic voices of those people the
  Leeds                                                                                                                     researched and evidenced outcomes from an end user perspectives to achieve lasting
                    Humber    services are trying to help. We do this based on a wide variety of well tried and tested
                                                                                                                            improvements. The real experts are the “clients and customers”.
                              methods bringing theory and practice together in developing solutions and innovations in the
                              delivery of improved methods.
                                                                                                                            Pact already has experience of working ‘in consortia’ and wishes to develop their interest in
 London             London    Pact is a charity involved in Criminal Justice
                                                                                                                            this area
                              Just starting feasibility study into building new social enterprise providing support and
 Taunton           South West employability training for those with disadvantage in the labour market; including ex         Find out more about funding, particularly at front end for feasibility, plan building.
                              offenders, ex addicts etc..
                              Spent 3 years developing and running social enterprises in Derby the most relevant of which
                              was a recruitment agency working with, amongst others, Sudbury open prison. Have spent
                     West                                                                                                   To identify opportunities to either start a social enterprise or become part of a larger
Birmingham                    the last 3.5 years working for a large corporate organisation involved in manufacturing.
                    Midlands                                                                                                organisation
                              Having recently taken voluntary redundancy I am keen to bring these skills to the social
                              enterprise sector
                              Crosby Employment Bureau is a not-for-profit social enterprise that seeks to provide
                              employment opportunities for residents within disadvantaged communities in order that they We would like to meet individuals and organisations to find out any information and good
                    Yorks &   can develop their skills and re-engage with the labour market. We are based in North and      practice to support our aim to expand services in North and North East Lincolnshire and
  Leeds
                    Humber    North east Lincolnshire. We have recently started to work specifically with offenders, having possible across the Humber area We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                              successfully applied for funding from JCP to deliver services to them to help them secure     consortia.
                              employment, working within a small consortium of local providers.




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                                     Community Network is a charity and a social enterprise. We sell telephone conferencing
                                     services and with the income, we set up telephone support groups for marginalised or
                                                                                                                                       To let others know about our services, find partners and find out more about your
London             London            isolated people. We work with older people, refugees, unemployed people, people with long
                                                                                                                                       programme.
                                     term conditions, etc. We are interested in working with ex-offenders to ensure they receive
                                     the support and information they need to lead purposeful lives.
                                     The Cornwall College Group is committed to enriching the lives and creating new
                                     opportunities for all members of the Cornish community. This is reflected in our mission
                                     statement: “To provide learners with a high quality experience, celebrated through vocational
                                     and academic achievement, personal development and employability.” In August 2001
                                     Cornwall College (in Camborne) merged with St.Austell College, creating cross county
                                     coverage focussing on a wide range of vocational subjects and A-levels making us a major
                                     player on the national scene. Saltash College, Duchy College and Falmouth Marine School,
                                     smaller but more specialised colleges, also became part of the Cornwall College Group at          To discover how we could partner with organisations to develop appropriate and relevant
Redruth           Cornwall           the same time. • Established in 1929                                                              curriculum offer to participants
                                     • One of the largest further education colleges in the country • It has 45,000 students of
                                     whom 10% are full-time and 90% are part-time • Nearly 1,700 students are studying
                                     university level courses • The average age of students at Cornwall College is 36 • The
                                     annual budget is £68 million • There are seven main campus sites and a number of other
                                     smaller venues • There are over 3,000 different courses to choose from
                                     • Cornwall College is one of the largest employers in the county with over 2,800 full and part-
                                     time staff.

                           Elizabeth Fry Approved Premises (EFAP) is a charity formally established by a private Act of
                           Parliament in 1925. It provides accommodation for women offenders that has been
                           approved by the Secretary of State and which operates under the Offender Management Act
                           2007 (Approved Premises) Regulations 2008. In 1962 it moved to Reading where Elizabeth
                           Fry’s work continues. Today, the approved premises provides a stable, caring environment
                           for 21 women offenders, who have been assessed as presenting a medium to high risk of re-                   To reflect on the options to be able to bid to provide services in the future. No one was
Taunton         South West offending, with the aim of helping to protect the public and reduce reoffending. EFAP is a                  available to attend SE seminar so I am attending SW to understand wider picture rather
                           national resource although the majority of women come from the South of England . EFAP                      than directly seeking partners at this point.
                           seeks to do this by helping each of the women residents to develop self-efficacy and adopt
                           behaviours that help them confidently adopt a law-abiding and fulfilling way of life, both
                           during their stay and afterwards. The women stay for a period of time, usually under some
                           kind of condition of a licence, before moving on to more permanent accommodation,
                           sometimes in the Reading area or in their home area.EFAP recognises that as a standalone
                           charity we would need to have a relationship with others to be able to bid to carry on
                           At Alabaré we create innovative projects in response to diverse needs, with more than forty
                           projects we make a real difference to the lives of people who are socially excluded,
                                                                                                                                       To meet other like-minded regional and local organisations in order to form
                           disadvantaged, homeless or who have learning disabilities. www.alabareinclude.com
                                                                                                                                       partnerships/consortia, we would be looking for organisations that have experience of
Taunton         South West Experience of working with ex-offenders Ex-offenders access all of our services, we have
                                                                                                                                       working with offenders, experience of running social enterprise, and well developed business
                           had specific contracts to work with offenders through Probation delivering Debt Advice and
                                                                                                                                       management processes.
                           Accommodation Advice, also with prisoners serving sentences providing debt advice as well
                           as group work for money and debt management
                                                                                                                                       Our objectives are to network and forge possible working links with other organisations. We
                                     We are a training organisation with the ability to deliver a diverse range of training options    are keen to work within a consortia where each partner is able to bring something different to
Redruth           Cornwall
                                     from both the funded and commercial angle                                                         the table which when combined is able to offer excellent provision to the client base. We are
                                                                                                                                       also keen to work with others who have experience and connections working with offenders




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                                        An established Cornish Charity specialising in delivery of outdoor activity and educational life-
                                        skill programmes for young people and adults across Cornwall. We offer high quality, tailor
                                                                                                                                            We are keen to network with agencies who are wishing to lead projects and to offer
                                        made programmes to suit participants with complex needs. Working with a multi-agency
                                                                                                                                            programmes to enhance and meet key outcomes for their project. We are happy to work in
 Redruth             Cornwall           approach we use the medium of the outdoor activities to develop appropriate social and
                                                                                                                                            partnership and are experienced in agreeing outcomes and working with agencies to ensure
                                        communication skills, understand risk assessment and cause and effect, and build
                                                                                                                                            holistic and worthwhile outcomes for participants.
                                        resilience. Delivery can be as simple as one day team building or reward/fun sessions
                                        through to longer-term accredited programmes
                     East of            Assist social enterprises to scale up by providing finance through unsecured loans or equity
 St Neots                                                                                                                                   General networking opportunity to promote our activities
                     England            investment

                                        We are a medium sized housing organisation with a small social enterprise element, both of We would like to work with other organisations in the South East and South West to develop
 Taunton           South West
                                        which deliver training and employment outcomes.                                            consortia with the aim of delivering routes to education and employability training.
                              At Alabaré we create innovative projects in response to diverse needs, with more than forty
                              projects we make a real difference to the lives of people who are socially excluded,
                                                                                                                                            To meet other like-minded regional and local organisations in order to form
                              disadvantaged, homeless or who have learning disabilities. www.alabareinclude.com
                                                                                                                                            partnerships/consortia, we would be looking for organisations that have experience of
 Taunton           South West Experience of working with ex-offenders Ex-offenders access all of our services, we have
                                                                                                                                            working with offenders, experience of running social enterprise, and well developed business
                              had specific contracts to work with offenders through Probation delivering Debt Advice and
                                                                                                                                            management processes.
                              Accommodation Advice, also with prisoners serving sentences providing debt advice as well
                              as group work for money and debt management
                                                                                                                                            We want to engage with individuals who do not normally access mainstream education,
                                                                                                                                            training and employment opportunities by offering both formal and informal learning and we
                                                                                                                                            see our joining of a consortium as a way to gain further participants for our suite of delivery
                                        We are a small Community Interest Company based in the North West of England who
Newcastle          North East                                                                                                               services which includes training in Personal Budgeting and Money Management. We can
                                        assist people to move towards training and/or employability skills development.
                                                                                                                                            also offer consortium members back-office support in Finance and Project Management
                                                                                                                                            Control via our E-Sharing Management Information System which is web based and has
                                                                                                                                            multi-agency user capability.
                                        Support disadvantaged people including ex-offenders return to work. We provide training             To explore the possibilities of joining a consortia to bid to NOMS contracts/work with other
 Leicester       East Midlands
                                        and job opportunities in cleaning, catering, leaflet distribution and event management              agencies in partnership
                      West
Birmingham
                     Midlands
                                        Hope Enterprises is a young social enterprise that addresses and prevents homelessness by
                                                                                                                                            We want to meet individuals and organisations from Northamptonshire and the East
                               a) engaging the homeless and vulnerable people in a caring & supportive environment that
                                                                                                                                            Midlands that have experience of working with offenders to find out what they are doing,
 Leicester       East Midlands trains, develops and promotes life and employability skills
                                                                                                                                            raise awareness about what we are trying to achieve with offenders, and discuss partnership
                               b) provides a placement service to help generate employment opportunities and thus
                                                                                                                                            opportunities.
                               economic independence for those at risk of or currently homelessness


 London               London




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                                        Established in 1991 Southside Partnership works in ten local authority areas around Greater
                                        London. It supports around 1300 people with mental health needs and learning disabilities.
                                        Southside runs several highly-acclaimed projects focussed on assisting people back into the
                                        workplace. These include Home and Dry, a painting and decorating service, and Beyond
                                        Prison, a prison resettlement service. In addition, Southside is recognised as having
                                        particular expertise in supporting people from black, minority and ethnic backgrounds. Since
 London               London            1999, Beyond Prison, part of Southside Partnership, has supported over 7000 ex-offenders Identify potential partners to build a good working relationship and bid for new business
                                        with mental health support needs. Beyond Prison provides a range of through-the-gate
                                        support which include; intensive resettlement, community outreach, peer mentoring,
                                        volunteering, Capoeira in prison workshops/intervention, in-prison mental health education
                                        and support, BAME work and work with women. Beyond Prison works with young people as
                                        well and is funded by the Home Office to provide Gang prevention interventions in Schools.
                                        The work covers several prisons in London, Hertfordshire and the South East of England
                                        and our projects operate in all 32 London boroughs.



                                        We are a national membership, community interest company with an extensive network of
                      West              members and contacts. We are a non-delivery organisation and we encourage, promote and We will attend the NOMS events to capture as much information as possible and to identify
Birmingham
                     Midlands           facilitate the collaboration of organisations from the voluntary, public and private sectors to additional partners who may wish to join us in our consortium
                                        address the issue of reducing reoffending




                               We are a national membership, community interest company with an extensive network of
                               members and contacts. We are a non-delivery organisation and we encourage, promote and We will attend the NOMS events to capture as much information as possible and to identify
 Leicester       East Midlands
                               facilitate the collaboration of organisations from the voluntary, public and private sectors to additional partners who may wish to join us in our consortium
                               address the issue of reducing reoffending




 Liverpool         Merseyside
                                                                                                                                       We offer a dyanmic and responsive approach to service delivery. Our creative style has
                                        We are an independent social enterprise with a broad mission to help people and                allowed us to identify gaps in provision and develop effective services to satisfy those needs.
                      West
Birmingham                              organisations develop creative solutions to their problems and for the past 2 years, have      We are keen to form partnerships with other organisations, to share experiences and explore
                     Midlands
                                        delivered successful well-being services for offenders in HMP Birmingham.                      opportunites to create new services with a view to seeking out combined funding for their
                                                                                                                                       provision.
                                        Riverside is a Community Interest Company active in the field of support programmes with
                                        young people, services to offenders, services to older people and services with foreign
                                        nationals. We also deliver support services to other Third Sector agencies, ESF Technical      To meet with potential partners and lead contractors so as to secure funded delivery
Newcastle          North East
                                        Support, Training and development and Social Enterprise.                                       programmes.
                                        Riverside has Members with substantial experience of working with and for Probation and in
                                        working within the Prison system.
                                        Forster College is a social enterprise delivery educational outcomes post 19 with a
                     Yorks &            specialism in hard to reach target groups. we have been working in and around the Leeds        We are looking at regional partners to support our existing work and develop new initiatives
  Leeds
                     Humber             City Region for over 22 years and have helped 1000 of learners back into further education,    around horticulture, farming, food processing, functional skills and work readiness training.
                                        training and employment.




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                                                                                                                                         To learn more about the National Offender Management Service / Ministry of Justice
                                                                                                                                         objectives in the rehabilitation and resettlement of offenders so as to reduce the cost to
                              Tomorrow’s People is a national employment charity established in 1984 with the mission of
                                                                                                                                         society of re-offending. Also to meet up and network with like-minded individuals and
                              helping marginalised people on the fringe of society (including offenders and ex-offenders)
                                                                                                                                         organisations with a Merseyside and national presence to develop our presence further.
 Liverpool         Merseyside from welfare and reliance on the state and into sustainable employment and/or further
                                                                                                                                         We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We are keen to form
                              learning and skills development so as to build up the skills that employers are seeking and
                                                                                                                                         partnerships with other organisations that like ourselves on Merseyside, have experience of
                              enable the individual to hold down a job in the future.
                                                                                                                                         working with offenders and previous experience of effective working as part of a Consortia.


                                        `alacratas is a Community Interest Company that specialises in arranging Finance for Social
 London               London                                                                                                        To see if we can help.
                                        Enterprise. We can help with everything except grants and investment.
                                        We are an Educational Media Company. The partnership conducts a wide variety of projects         The MMP works to provide services in parts of the area where there are needs to fully meet
                                        through single-decker mobile bus facilities, which have been adapted to facilitate up to 16      the objectives of clients . We also provide opportunities for volunteering to enable local
                                        students in a high-tech and unique mobile classroom. As well as class-room based work,           people play a more active role in their community. MMP works to bridge the gap between
                                        and distance-learning projects it also aims to support curriculum-led objectives, delivered by   different communities, bringing together rich and poor, and people from other different social
Manchester         North West           the MMP team. The initiative is an exciting way of learning how to gather and use                backgrounds, ages and beliefs. The core message of the company is to empower and
                                        information creatively. It provides people with opportunities for ICT competency, application    promote the opportunity of the group or individuals in our projects through media. The future
                                        and development through their use of the on-board equipment and participation in                 aims of the organisation include developing educational radio stations within Commercial
                                        associated programmes. MMP has a variety of modern digital equipment, including                  Radio and training education practitioners in the use of hi-end technology as a powerful tool
                                        computers, apple macs, sound recorders and radio studio facilities.                              to achieve learning outcomes.



 London               London            Social Enterprise, cooperative and mutuals support service consultancy                           Understand process of consortia development for the next stage



                                                                                                                                         We are particularly interested in working with others to form a consortia to develop social
                                        Ubique Partnerships is a new social enterprise company, developed by the former staff of         enterprise approaches and, or, service delivery approaches for PBR to address re-offending
                      West
Birmingham                              Warwickshire Probation Trust, providing skills and employment services to Offenders, Ex-         through skills and employment. We have a specific interest in work with Service Veterans in
                     Midlands
                                        offenders, Service Veterans and others disadvantaged in the labour market.                       the criminal justice system and women offenders. We are interested in participating in
                                                                                                                                         National / Regional and local consortia that we can contribute our expertise and experience.

                                                                                                                                         We are particularly interested in working with others to form a consortia to develop social
                               Ubique Partnerships is a new social enterprise company, developed by the former staff of                  enterprise approaches and, or, service delivery approaches for PBR to address re-offending
 Leicester       East Midlands Warwickshire Probation Trust, providing skills and employment services to Offenders, Ex-                  through skills and employment. We have a specific interest in work with Service Veterans in
                               offenders, Service Veterans and others disadvantaged in the labour market.                                the criminal justice system and women offenders. We are interested in participating in
                                                                                                                                         National / Regional and local consortia that we can contribute our expertise and experience.




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                                        Bounce Back is a Foundation and a Community Interest Company focused on the training
                                        and employment of ex-offenders in the Painting and Decorating. We work alongside the
                                        London Prison Estate, London Probation Trust, London Borough IOM’s and community
                                        based ETE providers to deliver our programme that takes participants through the essential
                                        mentoring, training and accreditation to skill them for the Painting and Decorating trade. In   Our primary objective for attending the consortia event is to explore the potential of
                                        the 2years since our launch we have assisted 76 people leaving custody off benefits and into    partnering organisations or groups that can assist us in growing our coverage to other areas
                                        paid employment. Based in Kennington our training centre is centrally based and delivers –      of London. We are centrally based in Kennington but have employment opportunities in the
 London               London            CSCS, 1st Aid training, 2 week P&D training, Business start-up, CV, Disclosure, email set-up    East, West and North wards of London. Bounce Back would like to develop partnerships
                                        and job searches. Once a participant has finished the programme they progress on to the         with organisation based in East, West and North London who can support the ETE needs of
                                        mandatory 2 week voluntary work placement where we asses ability and consolidate skills.        our clients and provide opportunities for us to setup satellite training centres in their local
                                        This is also an opportunity for participants to improve local standards of living and give      areas.
                                        something back to the local community. For participants that complete the programme and
                                        gain their CSCS they pass across into - Bounce Back Community Interest Company where
                                        they work as skilled painter decorators on a living wage. Our CIC is becoming increasingly
                                        competitive in the industry. Since it was established we have completed over 40 commercial
 London               London

Newcastle          North East
                                        Nacro is the crime reduction charity. We wish to coordinate a response across central           To meet social enterprises who wish to work with us to ensure offenders have a wide variety
 London               London
                                        England.                                                                                        of employment options.
                                                                                                                                        Our objectives are to find out
                                                                                                                                        What other social enterprises are working with ex-offenders in the North West
                                        Provides Consultancy support and employment initiatives for social enterprises like Really
Manchester         North West                                                                                                           Whether our project will legitimately participate in a network to attract investment for this kind
                                        Cracking Food who work with offenders and ex offenders
                                                                                                                                        of work

                              Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) is a registered provider of social housing. In a ballot of
                              all tenants in April 2010, 63% of tenants voted, of whom, 91.9% voted in favour of
                              transferring the stock from the Council’s ownership to GGHT. On 29 November 2010, the
                              transfer was completed.
                              GGHT has a Board of 12 Non-Executive Directors including 5 tenants, 4 independent            Networking opportunities and building potential future partners involved resettlement of
 Liverpool         Merseyside members and 3 Councillors. We are a company limited by guarantee, are registered with
                                                                                                                           offenders for future project development.
                              the Charities Commission and the Tenant Services Authority (TSA).
                              GGHT has around 9,000 properties throughout the Warrington Area. The homes mainly
                              comprise of traditionally built Houses, Flats and bungalows. We also have two high rise
                              blocks and 3 Extra Care sheltered housing schemes run by Warrington Borough Council.

                                                                                                                                        Inspire Futures Group have previous experience of working with and supporting offenders in
                      West              Inspire Futures Group are a Welfare to Work and training provider, operating across the
Birmingham                                                                                                                              custody. We are interested in working as part of a consortia to bring one to one support,
                     Midlands           West Midlands, London and the North West of England.
                                                                                                                                        personal development and employability skills to the model.

                                                                                                                                        Inspire Futures Group have previous experience of working with and supporting offenders in
                      West              Inspire Futures Group are a Welfare to Work and training provider, operating across the
Birmingham                                                                                                                              custody. We are interested in working as part of a consortia to bring one to one support,
                     Midlands           West Midlands, London and the North West of England.
                                                                                                                                        personal development and employability skills to the model.

                                                                                                                                        Inspire Futures Group have previous experience of working with and supporting offenders in
                                        Inspire Futures Group are a Welfare to Work and training provider, operating across the
 London               London                                                                                                            custody. We are interested in working as part of a consortia to bring one to one support,
                                        West Midlands, London and the North West of England.
                                                                                                                                        personal development and employability skills to the model.




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                                                                                                                                       Inspire Futures Group have previous experience of working with and supporting offenders in
                                        Inspire Futures Group are a Welfare to Work and training provider, operating across the
 London               London                                                                                                           custody. We are interested in working as part of a consortia to bring one to one support,
                                        West Midlands, London and the North West of England.
                                                                                                                                       personal development and employability skills to the model.

                                                                                                                                       Inspire Futures Group have previous experience of working with and supporting offenders in
                                        Inspire Futures Group are a Welfare to Work and training provider, operating across the
 London               London                                                                                                           custody. We are interested in working as part of a consortia to bring one to one support,
                                        West Midlands, London and the North West of England.
                                                                                                                                       personal development and employability skills to the model.

                              Forum Housing Association provides supported housing and related services to young         With experience of delivering a range of services to offenders and other minority groups, we
 Liverpool         Merseyside people aged 16 ~ 25 years across four Local Authority Areas (Wirral, Sefton, Cheshire West would like to attend to source and pursue genuinely collaborative partnerships that are well
                              and Chester, Cheshire East                                                                 aligned with our Association.

                                        Incommunities is a Registered Social Landlord located in Bradford. Open Field is the
                                        employment and skills arm of the company offers a range of intensive, practical employability • To learn more about the funding opportunity and its potential to link in with our work
                     Yorks &
  Leeds                                 support to long term unemployed and vulnerable/disadvantaged customers. The support           • To network and develop partnerships
                     Humber
                                        includes: job search, training, mentoring, enterprise coaching, business support, financial   • To build links with others who are currently working with offenders
                                        inclusion, community engagement, outreach and confidence building.
                                                                                                                                      Main aim is to work with offender, ex-offender and disadvantaged individual in an attempt to
                                                                                                                                      stop them from offending and reoffending. We can do this via different methods. • To
                                                                                                                                      promote through the gate work by using volunteers from the community, to promote
                                                                                                                                      mentoring. • To develop the prison industries and workshops and to provide practical work
                                        We are a Social enterprise working in partnership with HMP Everthorpe affiliate and partners experience inside and outside the prison walls. • To work with offenders and their families by
                                        to help reduce offending and re-offending. The SE was established to fill a gap in provisions providing them relevant skills, this will help them to be re-intergraded into society. • To
                     Yorks &            and create opportunities for disadvantaged individuals and promote ‘through the gate’ work. encourage the local community, businesses and VCS organisations to work in partnership to
  Leeds
                     Humber             Reconnect (Everthorpe) ltd is a company external to the prison service working with           attain the above objectives. We would like to meet like minded individuals and organisations
                                        volunteers, community groups, and business and vcs organisations. We will be working          with preferably a national presence (not essential) to develop our presence further and to
                                        alongside offender families in an attempt to re-introduce offenders back into society.        able to promote our work further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                                                                                                                                      consortia. We keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working
                                                                                                                                      with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                      experience of working as part of a consortia. The offenders we work with are mainly from the
                                                                                                                                      Yorkshire and Humber area.
                                        brap is a think fair tank, inspiring and leading change to make public, private and voluntary
                                        sector organisations fit for the needs of a more diverse society. brap offers tailored,       We would like to meet other organisations that could bring different yet complimentary skills
                      West
Birmingham                              progressive and common sense approaches to equalities training, consultancy and               and experiences for partnership and consortia working. We are open to organisations
                     Midlands
                                        community engagement issues.                                                                  working in many sectors, and can be lead partners if needed.

                                        Since 1997 Ease has worked in the criminal justice arena successfully delivering specialist
                                        employability and skills programmes and services designed to assist the most
                                        disadvantaged individuals in the labour market and reduce re-offending. In particular, Ease
                                        works with those facing multiple barriers to progression, such as a background of criminality,
                                        drug and/or alcohol mis-use, providing specialised information, advice, guidance training and
                                        support to overcome barriers and to access further opportunities for learning, formal training To meet potential partners to form a consortia. We are particularly interested in meeting
Manchester         North West           and skills development in order to move into sustainable work and reduce re-offending.         social enterprises, voluntary and community organisations who will complement our current
                                        We have wide ranging experience of working with Offender Managers and in delivering            services and experience.
                                        services in Probation Trust premises so have extensive practical knowledge and
                                        understanding of working protocols.
                                        Ease delivers services across Greater Manchester in the North West and Northumbria and
                                        County Durham/Tees Valley in the North East.




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                                      Since 1997 Ease has worked in the criminal justice arena successfully delivering specialist
                                      employability and skills programmes and services designed to assist the most
                                      disadvantaged individuals in the labour market and reduce re-offending. In particular, Ease
                                      works with those facing multiple barriers to progression, such as a background of criminality,
                                      drug and/or alcohol mis-use, providing specialised information, advice, guidance training and
                                      support to overcome barriers and to access further opportunities for learning, formal training To meet potential partners to form a consortia. We are particularly interested in meeting
Manchester       North West           and skills development in order to move into sustainable work and reduce re-offending.         social enterprises, voluntary and community organisations who will complement our current
                                      We have wide ranging experience of working with Offender Managers and in delivering            services and experience.
                                      services in Probation Trust premises so have extensive practical knowledge and
                                      understanding of working protocols.
                                      Ease delivers services across Greater Manchester in the North West and Northumbria and
                                      County Durham/Tees Valley in the North East.



                                      We are a statutory agency who works with offenders to reduce the likelihood of re-offending
                                                                                                                                           The Durham Tees Valley Probation Trust would like to meet other organisations that wish to
                                      and to protect the public.
Newcastle        North East                                                                                                                work with us on projects that not only assist offenders but also give back to the communities
                                                                                                                                           from where they came.


                                      London Probation Trust’s role is to reduce reoffending and make London safer. Together               We want to meet organisations with a shared vision who have either a regional or national
                                      with other criminal justice agencies, such as the Police, Prisons and Courts, we protect the         presence. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We want to
 London             London            public. LPT staff work directly with offenders to tackle the causes of their offending               form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with offenders,
                                      behaviour, enabling them to turn their lives around and, where possible, rehabilitate them           particularly around supporting them into employment and that have previous experience of
                                      back into the community.                                                                             working as part of a consortia.
                                      Incommunities is a registered provider of social housing within the Bradford District. As well We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                      as providing 21,800 homes as an organisation we also deliver services to encourage             develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                   Yorks &
  Leeds                               sustainable communities including employability, support and housing options services.         consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                   Humber
                                                                                                                                     working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                     experience of working as part of a consortia.

 London             London
                                      Manchester Active Voices Youth Empowerment Programme is a Community Interest
                                      Company formed in 2009 to create unique opportunities for young People The Manchester
                                      Active Voices Youth Empowerment programme is rooted in a community development
                                      approach. MAVYEP comprehend that in order for young people to be able to participate                 Interested in building effective, collaborative partnership, with organisations with a regional
Manchester       North West
                                      effectively and positively in life, they need to posses the skills, confidence and responsibility    and national remit.
                                      to state what they are, what they stand for and what they need. we work towards enabling
                                      young people to move from a position of social alienation towards resilience and
                                      empowerment.
                                      Questions & Answers CIC offer a wide range of training solutions to individuals and
                                      organisations within Cornwall. We are accredited with EDI, NOCN and ILM allowing us to
                                      offer courses across a wide range of subjects, from courses aimed at developing the skills of
                                      individuals, through to vocationally specific and leadership and management training. We             We are keen to meet other organisations who may be interested in working together to
 Redruth           Cornwall
                                      are SFA mainstream funded which allows us to offer training at very competitive rates, and           deliver under this funding and exploring other opportunities.
                                      in many cases fully subsidised. We specialise in working with those accessing our training
                                      to offer bespoke courses to suit their individual’s needs, and training is flexible in relation to
                                      venue, courses and frequency of delivery.




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                                       3SC bids for and manages public services contracts on the behalf of the third sector. Our
                                       mission is to become the managing agent of choice for public service procurement in
                                       selected markets and to increase the proportion of public services delivered through the third   We would like to gain a greater understanding of MoJ’s procurement activity in order to
                                       sector. With nearly 2,000 member organisations nationally, we support our delivery               further develop our delivery proposal. We would also be keen to identify organisations who
 London              London
                                       organisations through effective contract, performance, and quality management and enable         feel that 3SC could add their consortia management & bidding experience to their proposals
                                       them to focus on delivering high-quality services to the communities they know best. We          for the Social Enterprise Consortia Building Programme.
                                       reinvest our profits in capacity building these organisations to improve services, increase
                                       efficiency and provide a greater level of return to commissioners, customers and society.
                                       The Margaret Carey Foundation is a social enterprise that helps offenders work to help
                                       others, influencing positive outcomes for offenders while they serve their sentences and on
                                       release. We have established and provide ongoing support for six successful prison-based         To explore, with potential partners, the practicalities of establishing bike restoration
                                       workshops where offenders refurbish and repair wheelchairs, bicycles and other recycleable       workshops in a local community setting to achieve similar outcomes (eg increased
                                       items. The refurbished goods are then donated to communities in need, in England and in          employability, decreased re-offending), working with offenders “through the gate” and on
                                       developing countries. We visit prisons and deliver feedback about the people who have            Community Payback. Potential partners might include education and training providers,
Newcastle         North East           received the refurbished goods.                                                                  health promotion agencies, housing associations, probation services etc.

                                       Offenders learn both technical skills (basic mechanics) and transferrable skills (such as        We’re also interested in other models of co-working, contributing our resources eg bicycles
                                       teamworking, peer teaching and developing a positive attitude to work) that contribute to        or other restored goods.
                                       their employability on release. Many offenders work towards an NVQ, OCN or other
                                       qualification whilst participating in the workshops. Offenders also gain an understanding of
                                       how they are helping people who are less fortunate and develop self esteem.

                                       SociaCapita Solutions CIC is a new social enterprise that aims to create training and
                                                                                                                                        I would like to learn more about consortia building and bidding for public contracts. in
                                       employment opportunities for target groups using building and land refurbishment and
 London              London                                                                                                             addition there may be an opportunity to link up with other social enterprises that we could
                                       maintenance contracts. We particularly intend to make use of vacant and underused public
                                                                                                                                        partner with
                                       and private assets
                             A national provider of employment and progression opportunities for people with disabilities,
                                                                                                                                        We are working with social enterprise partners in order to develop opportunities within the
Liverpool         Merseyside offering access to employment through a network of Enterprise Businesses factories and
                                                                                                                                        field of offender rehabilitation and employment.
                             Employment Services branch offices.
                             We take empty printer cartridges from large Public and Private sector customers and
                             remanufacture them within prisons for sale back to those customers. This diverts waste                     We would like to extend our network and work with other organizations within the field of
Liverpool         Merseyside
                             material from landfills, achieves cost reductions for our customers and provides employment                offender rehabilitation and employment.
                             for offenders in prison and on release.
                             The CREATE Foundation is a Community Interest Company (CIC) which started in Leeds in
                             September 2007. Our mission is to provide meaningful activity, training and employment
                             opportunities for people who have been homeless, marginalised or vulnerable. We are
                             committed to providing opportunities for them to gain real work experience, readjust to the
                             disciplines of work and rebuild their lives,

                                       We run commercial hospitality & catering businesses in Leeds, Manchester, the North East         We have experience of working with prisoners on ROTL and with exoffenders and are
                    Yorks &
 Leeds                                 and South Yorkshire, including the Create restaurant in Leeds and the Cathedral Café in          interested in becoming part of a consortia as a provider supplying a few places each year.
                    Humber
                                       Manchester. All the profits from our businesses are reinvested in our company or in              We can also contribute our commercial expertise and professionalism.
                                       supporting our work with the homeless community.

                                       Our trainees have a background of homelessness and are supported into work through a
                                       structured programme which provides a mixture of work experience, personal development
                                       and training




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                                                                                                                                   We am keen to find out more about working as part of a consortia and which individuals and
                                     We are currently identifying property to open up as a hostel where mentoring support will be
                                                                                                                                   organisations can work with us that have previous experience of offering support to
                   West              provided to help residents overcome their barriers such as drug dependency, criminal activity
Birmingham                                                                                                                         offenders to rejoin the community and develop our mentoring service to offenders. We wish
                  Midlands           or build confidence and motivation to become ready to enter into education/ training or
                                                                                                                                   to meet people with strong business management processes and previous experience of
                                     employment.
                                                                                                                                   working as part of a consortia as this process is new to us.
                                                                                                                                   We am keen to find out more about working as part of a consortia and which individuals and
                                     We are currently identifying property to open up as a hostel where mentoring support will be
                                                                                                                                   organisations can work with us that have previous experience of offering support to
                   West              provided to help residents overcome their barriers such as drug dependency, criminal activity
Birmingham                                                                                                                         offenders to rejoin the community and develop our mentoring service to offenders. We wish
                  Midlands           or build confidence and motivation to become ready to enter into education/ training or
                                                                                                                                   to meet people with strong business management processes and previous experience of
                                     employment.
                                                                                                                                   working as part of a consortia as this process is new to us.
                                     We are a small community organisation working in partnership with charities and local         To be able to work in partnership with other agencies with a view to secure more of a
                   West
Birmingham                           business people in order to give young people from disadvantaged backgrounds a chance to positive sustainable future for young people and gain employment through community
                  Midlands
                                     stop offending and gain employment, where necessary depending on age.                         forums, consortia and private business.

                   West
Birmingham
                  Midlands

                                     Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over
                                     83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network
                                     of partners through projects in 300 communities. Our experience on the ground gives us
                                                                                                                                   Seeking opportunities to talk to like minded organisations interested in forming partnerships
                                     unrivalled insight into reducing crime, which informs our positive and pragmatic voice in
Newcastle       North East                                                                                                         with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have well developed
                                     media and policy debates. We exist because we want to do something about the destructive
                                                                                                                                   business management processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                     impact of crime on individuals and communities. It creates victims, stifles opportunity,
                                     generates fear and hostility, and blights lives. We know that by changing lives we can reduce
                                     crime and that by reducing crime we change countless more lives for the better.

   N/A                N/A
                   West              Birmingham Supported Living specialises in the housing and re-settlement of people with
Birmingham                                                                                                                          To network with other providers about expanding our current social enterprise model, 1in4.
                  Midlands           mental health problems, learning disabilities and ex-offenders.
                                     Birmingham Supported Living specialises in the housing and re-settlement of people with
                   West
Birmingham                           mental health problems, learning disabilities and ex-offenders.                                To network with other providers about expanding our current social enterprise model, 1in4.
                  Midlands
                   West
Birmingham
                  Midlands


   N/A                N/A


                                                                                                                                        I am keen to use my experience to support lots of other organisations public private and
                                                                                                                                       voluntary sectors delivery feasible meaningful employment programmes. There are many
                                                                                                                                       challenges for the Welfare two Work sector now and as we look forward I am hoping that by
                   West              We are a small not for profit social enterprise helping people move on in their lives, be it into
Birmingham                                                                                                                             joining a consortium it will provide a platform for like minded people to discuss the many
                  Midlands           employment, further training or even to become more personally fulfilled
                                                                                                                                       issues positively and honestly and looking at ways to share best practice and to work as one
                                                                                                                                       as a partnership. This will enables all of us to make the real and lasting difference needed
                                                                                                                                       for thousands of individuals and their communities.




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                         GOALS UK’s mission is to empower people to realise their potential; to take responsibility,
                         aim higher and achieve more. Through training and coaching GOALS gives people the
                         confidence to move forward on their work/life journey. Low self esteem is strongly correlated
                         to a range of negative social outcomes, including criminal recidivism. Taking responsible
                         steps to address the root cause of low self-esteem and poor life outcomes is a prerequisite
                         to developing the psychological health that can lead to achieving potential and sustainable
               West      employment. The programme has been running since 1990 and is successfully used in                           GOALS is eager to work in consortia with others seeking to change lives and livelihoods for
Birmingham
             Midlands    prisons and the probation service in the UK and Ireland. Any programme that sets out to                     the better.
                         help participants to take up learning opportunities whilst in custody or find self-employment,
                         a job or training following release is assured greater success when founded upon the
                         conceptual framework and practical tools that GOALS provides. It is a 2 – 3 day cognitive
                         behavioural course designed to motivate and engage reluctant and hard to reach learners to
                         ‘want to learn’. It is available for both adults and young offenders, adopts a multi-media
                         approach and equally accessible to those with learning difficulties. It is a powerful gateway
                         GOALS UK’s mission is to empower people to realise their potential; to take responsibility,
                         aim higher and achieve more. Through training and coaching GOALS gives people the
                         confidence to move forward on their work/life journey. Low self esteem is strongly correlated
                         to a range of negative social outcomes, including criminal recidivism. Taking responsible
                         steps to address the root cause of low self-esteem and poor life outcomes is a prerequisite
                         to developing the psychological health that can lead to achieving potential and sustainable
                                                                                                                                     GOALS is eager to work in consortia with others seeking to change lives and livelihoods for
 Leicester East Midlands employment. The programme has been running since 1990 and is successfully used in
                         prisons and the probation service in the UK and Ireland. Any programme that sets out to                     the better.
                         help participants to take up learning opportunities whilst in custody or find self-employment,
                         a job or training following release is assured greater success when founded upon the
                         conceptual framework and practical tools that GOALS provides. It is a 2 – 3 day cognitive
                         behavioural course designed to motivate and engage reluctant and hard to reach learners to
                         ‘want to learn’. It is available for both adults and young offenders, adopts a multi-media
                         approach and equally accessible to those with learning difficulties. It is a powerful gateway
                         GOALS UK’s mission is to empower people to realise their potential; to take responsibility,
                         aim higher and achieve more. Through training and coaching GOALS gives people the
                         confidence to move forward on their work/life journey. Low self esteem is strongly correlated
                         to a range of negative social outcomes, including criminal recidivism. Taking responsible
                         steps to address the root cause of low self-esteem and poor life outcomes is a prerequisite
                         to developing the psychological health that can lead to achieving potential and sustainable
                                                                                                                                     GOALS is eager to work in consortia with others seeking to change lives and livelihoods for
 Leicester East Midlands employment. The programme has been running since 1990 and is successfully used in
                         prisons and the probation service in the UK and Ireland. Any programme that sets out to                     the better.
                         help participants to take up learning opportunities whilst in custody or find self-employment,
                         a job or training following release is assured greater success when founded upon the
                         conceptual framework and practical tools that GOALS provides. It is a 2 – 3 day cognitive
                         behavioural course designed to motivate and engage reluctant and hard to reach learners to
                         ‘want to learn’. It is available for both adults and young offenders, adopts a multi-media
                         approach and equally accessible to those with learning difficulties. It is a powerful gateway
                         Turning Point is a leading health and social care organisation. It provide services for people
                         with complex needs, including those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, mental health
               West                                                                                                                  We would like to gain an insight into consortia and obtain information as to how it works with
Birmingham               problems, offenders and those with a learning disability . Locally in Birmingham we deliver
             Midlands                                                                                                                a possibility to form partnerships with organisations also working with offenders.
                         employment support to people affected by drug problems and Persistent and Priority
                         offenders (PPO)
                                                                                                                                     We offer a dyanmic and responsive approach to service delivery. Our creative style has
                                      We are an independent social enterprise with a broad mission to help people and                allowed us to identify gaps in provision and develop effective services to satisfy those needs.
                    West
Birmingham                            organisations develop creative solutions to their problems and for the past 2 years, have      We are keen to form partnerships with other organisations, to share experiences and explore
                   Midlands
                                      delivered successful well-being services for offenders in HMP Birmingham.                      opportunites to create new services with a view to seeking out combined funding for their
                                                                                                                                     provision.




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                                     The Progression Trust has a big and important mission: to enable the best possible futures
                                                                                                                                      We are looking for partners who want to enhance their interventions and programmes by
                                     for people who are economically or socially disadvantaged, by helping them discover,
                                                                                                                                      working within a proven framework that: enables individuals to take greater ownership of
                   West              develop and apply their extraordinary potential so that they thrive, not just survive. To this
Birmingham                                                                                                                            their progression journey; helps professionals work towards holistic and sustainable
                  Midlands           end The Trust helps professionals and organisations address the causes of poor education
                                                                                                                                      outcomes; and provides organisations with a ‘big picture’ view of the issues and their unique
                                     and progression outcomes by applying evidence-based concepts and tools effectively.
                                                                                                                                      practical contribution to achieving positive change.

                                                                                                                                      To develop further partnership opportunities To network and share learning with other
                                                                                                                                      professionals and to consider opportunities available for consortia working in the future. To
                                     We are a national organisation support people with substance misuse, mental health,
 London            London                                                                                                             meet with other smaller specialist providers that may wish to work in partnership with a
                                     learning disabilities and those in the criminal justice system
                                                                                                                                      national organisation offering added value to our contracts or tender opportunities that can
                                                                                                                                      bring something new and innovate to enhance our offering
                                     CCSK is a social enterprise which has been developed by community activists in Brent, NW
                                     London to provide consultancy, research, project management, administration, training and        learn more about the work of NOMS
 London            London            community development services. We use peer-led approaches to interact with the                  explore project ideas that we have
                                     communities that we are targeting.                                                               identify possible partnership and consortium opportunities

                                     We deliver high impact, thought provoking, behaviour challenging workshops in HM YOI
                                     Feltham on the prison’s Behaviour Management Wing, working with the prison’s most
                                     challenging 15 to 18 year olds. Previously, until the Prison Service budget cutbacks, we
                                     were operational in HM YOIs Aylesbury, Reading, Rochester, Norwich, Chelmsford and
                                     Huntercombe. We also deliver anti crime, anti gang, anti weapons, early intervention
                                     workshops in Greater London secondary schools and pupil referral units to around 15,000          We wish to network with like minded agencies in the public, private and voluntary sector with
                                     young people each year. In the 13 year we have been operating in young offender units,           a view to bidding for resettlement and rehabilitation contracts with an emphasis on reducing
 London            London            6,500+ young men have passed through our workshops. Sometime later in May 2012, the              reoffending in the 15 to 21 year old male prison estate, the fastest growing sector of the
                                     100,000th London pupil will attend our early intervention workshops since 2003. An               prison population.
                                     independent evaluation of our outputs at HM YOI Feltham in 2004 revealed that in the
                                     inmates who had passed through our programme between April 1999 and March 2001 and
                                     had been released within a two year period of attending our workshops, 74% of juveniles –
                                     15 to 17 year olds - had reoffended compared to the national average of 88% and 62% of
                                     young adults – 18 to 21 year olds - had reoffended compared to the national average of
                                     76%, a 14% better than average reduction.
                                     We are a membership organisation representing VCS organisations, lobbying, campaigning
                                     on their behalf, supporting them and providing networking opportunities. We recently             We would like to find out more about the Noms programme, and explore whether we might
 London            London            invested significantly in developing a programme to support opportunities for VCS                be able to help support local consortia with the range of tools, models and established
                                     organisations to gain more commissioned service delivery work through support for local          practice that we have developed.
                                     consortia.

 London            London

 London            London
                                     We are a partnership made up of 8 core members, and an expanding number of potential             Our objective is to network with potential partners to enhance our offering and supply chain.
                                     delivery partners. Our objective is to develop and provide collaborative and bespoke             We are keen to work with organisations that can offer innovative interventions to offenders,
 London            London            solutions to reducing re-offending within the London region, with a particular focus on gang     within health, social care or justice. We are particularly keen to work with a broad range of
                                     related crime and prevention, and across targeted boroughs. We are non-statutory and are         organisations, which vary in size, capacity and consortia experience, including small grass
                                     made up of key health, social, justice, finance and community engagement specialists.            roots organisations. Also to learn more re the CFO opportunity and consortia formation.
                                     We work with offenders serving 12 months or less for whom there’s no statuary                    To highlight the lack of service provision in this area. To share our working knowledge with
 London            London
                                     Provision, to ensure they have a GP, dentists, family planning on release.                       larger orgs




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London            London


                                    We are a small Social Enterprise company comprised of criminal justice experts including         We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national, London, East
                                    former strategic managers from London Probation, the Metropolitan Police and community           Anglia region, or local borough based presence to develop pan London approaches and
                                    work. We have extensive experience in the areas of hate crime management in the                  alliances to deliver to criminal justice facing NGO’s and statutory sectors. We are interested
                                    community and in the development of CJS responses to honour based violence. Currently            in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships
                                    we operate a 24 hour hate incident reporting line in Greenwich and have a core of volunteers     with organisations that have experience of working with offenders as we have. Meet
                                    linked to the project. We have a number of strategic alliances with London based charities       organisations that demonstrate well developed business management processes and
                                    active in anti racism such as ROTA and the Ajoda Community Alliance. We also have                previous experience of working as part of a consortia. We offer the unique experience of
London            London            worked to support the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, and developed engagement with           understanding the needs of statutory agencies and their need to be able to access the
                                    women’s sector organisations such as Women at the Well. Currently we have also offered           community to maintain confidence. We also understand the difficulty of NGO/ VS
                                    consultancy and mentoring to students from South Asian and African backgrounds studying          organisations in forming lasting links with the statutory especially beyond short term funding.
                                    in South London. We are part of two European bids with partners from the UK and Europe.          Our prime aim is to generate better services both to the statutory and CJS Voluntary sector
                                    These are in the area of supporting community groups engaged with Serious Group                  organisations to meet the current and future needs of NOMS and its constituent parts.
                                    Offending and hate crimes as well as honour based violence. We have extensive individual         We would also aim to support NOMS and the MOJ in their development of effective trans-
                                    and collective training experience and wish to offer case consultancy and training to criminal   national and International collaborative working.
                                    justice staff.
                                    We are a small Social Enterprise company comprised of criminal justice experts including         We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national, London, East
                                    former strategic managers from London Probation, the Metropolitan Police and community           Anglia region, or local borough based presence to develop pan London approaches and
                                    work. We have extensive experience in the areas of hate crime management in the                  alliances to deliver to criminal justice facing NGO’s and statutory sectors. We are interested
                                    community and in the development of CJS responses to honour based violence. Currently            in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships
                                    we operate a 24 hour hate incident reporting line in Greenwich and have a core of volunteers     with organisations that have experience of working with offenders as we have. Meet
                                    linked to the project. We have a number of strategic alliances with London based charities       organisations that demonstrate well developed business management processes and
                                    active in anti racism such as ROTA and the Ajoda Community Alliance. We also have                previous experience of working as part of a consortia. We offer the unique experience of
London            London            worked to support the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, and developed engagement with           understanding the needs of statutory agencies and their need to be able to access the
                                    women’s sector organisations such as Women at the Well. Currently we have also offered           community to maintain confidence. We also understand the difficulty of NGO/ VS
                                    consultancy and mentoring to students from South Asian and African backgrounds studying          organisations in forming lasting links with the statutory especially beyond short term funding.
                                    in South London. We are part of two European bids with partners from the UK and Europe.          Our prime aim is to generate better services both to the statutory and CJS Voluntary sector
                                    These are in the area of supporting community groups engaged with Serious Group                  organisations to meet the current and future needs of NOMS and its constituent parts.
                                    Offending and hate crimes as well as honour based violence. We have extensive individual         We would also aim to support NOMS and the MOJ in their development of effective trans-
                                    and collective training experience and wish to offer case consultancy and training to criminal   national and International collaborative working.
                                    justice staff.
London            London
                                    The Citizens Trust (the Trust) was formed in February 1996 as the Disability Times Trust
                                    with the purpose of providing employment services to disadvantaged and disabled people.
                                    After several years of successfully delivering these services we changed our trading name to
                                    The Citizens Trust (2005) to better reflect the fact that we now work with the whole spectrum
                                    of disadvantaged and workless people in our community.. The Trust spearheads the Second          We are attending the event to learn more about the NOMS funding for social enterprises and
                                    Chance for Offenders initiative (launched by our Chairman, Lord Morris of Manchester, in         whether it has the potential to assist the Trust to develop our offender initiative “Second
London            London            April 06). The Citizens Trust (CT) is an experienced deliverer and a niche provider of           Chance”. We would also like to network with other organisations who may be interested in
                                    specialist employability support for those furthest removed from the labour The Trust works      getting involved in Second Chance.
                                    with niche customer groups that are often overlooked and face multiple barriers to getting
                                    into work. The Trust’s headquarters is a purpose built, DDA approved, 7,000 square feet
                                    ‘centre of excellence’ in the heart of the London Borough of Ealing. After the Trust purchased
                                    the freehold to the property in 2004 it was renovated and refurbished to a standard that has
                                    been highly acclaimed by clients, training providers, partners and funders.




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                                     The Citizens Trust (the Trust) was formed in February 1996 as the Disability Times Trust
                                     with the purpose of providing employment services to disadvantaged and disabled people.
                                     After several years of successfully delivering these services we changed our trading name to
                                     The Citizens Trust (2005) to better reflect the fact that we now work with the whole spectrum
                                     of disadvantaged and workless people in our community.. The Trust spearheads the Second          We are attending the event to learn more about the NOMS funding for social enterprises and
                                     Chance for Offenders initiative (launched by our Chairman, Lord Morris of Manchester, in         whether it has the potential to assist the Trust to develop our offender initiative “Second
 London            London            April 06). The Citizens Trust (CT) is an experienced deliverer and a niche provider of           Chance”. We would also like to network with other organisations who may be interested in
                                     specialist employability support for those furthest removed from the labour The Trust works      getting involved in Second Chance.
                                     with niche customer groups that are often overlooked and face multiple barriers to getting
                                     into work. The Trust’s headquarters is a purpose built, DDA approved, 7,000 square feet
                                     ‘centre of excellence’ in the heart of the London Borough of Ealing. After the Trust purchased
                                     the freehold to the property in 2004 it was renovated and refurbished to a standard that has
                                     been highly acclaimed by clients, training providers, partners and funders.

 London            London

                                                                                                                                      We would like the opportunity to network and meet individuals and organisations with
                                     We are a small organisation working in prisons across England/Wales and the local                regional experience and a proven track record of working with and supporting offenders/ex
                                     community, developing and facilitating mentoring and gang awareness programmes to                offenders, who would work with us to develop our presence regionally in this arena. We
 London            London
                                     challenge the perceptions of offenders and ex offenders, coaching, supporting and guiding        would welcome the opportunity to work with organisations in consortia, pooling resources’,
                                     individuals in the rehabilitation process; goals setting and pursuing future aspirations.        skills and knowledge. Ultimately our aim would be to form partnerships with those that have
                                                                                                                                      experience working as part of consortia.
 London            London

                                     We are an Educational Media Company. The partnership conducts a wide variety of projects         The MMP works to provide services in parts of the area where there are needs to fully meet
                                     through single-decker mobile bus facilities, which have been adapted to facilitate up to 16      the objectives of clients . We also provide opportunities for volunteering to enable local
                                     students in a high-tech and unique mobile classroom. As well as class-room based work,           people play a more active role in their community. MMP works to bridge the gap between
                                     and distance-learning projects it also aims to support curriculum-led objectives, delivered by   different communities, bringing together rich and poor, and people from other different social
                   West
Birmingham                           the MMP team. The initiative is an exciting way of learning how to gather and use                backgrounds, ages and beliefs. The core message of the company is to empower and
                  Midlands
                                     information creatively. It provides people with opportunities for ICT competency, application    promote the opportunity of the group or individuals in our projects through media. The future
                                     and development through their use of the on-board equipment and participation in                 aims of the organisation include developing educational radio stations within Commercial
                                     associated programmes. MMP has a variety of modern digital equipment, including                  Radio and training education practitioners in the use of hi-end technology as a powerful tool
                                     computers, apple macs, sound recorders and radio studio facilities.                              to achieve learning outcomes.
                                     Shaw Trust is the leading third sector provider of employment and support services for
                                     disadvantaged groups with a particular expertise in working with people with health
                                     conditions. Customer groups we work with include those with physical, sensory and/or
                                     learning disabilities, people with mental health problems, substance misusers, ex-offenders,
                                     ex-military, 50+, lone parents and the long-term unemployed.
                                     Shaw Trust delivers 105 contracts across the UK, supporting 70,000 people each year to
                                     improve their lives. Our services include:
                                                                                                                                Shaw Trust would like to explore how we can assist organisations to develop consortia of
 London            London            • DWP Prime Provider and subcontractor of employment services across the UK, delivering sufficient scale to allow them to compete for future business. We are keen to form
                                     large scale contracts such as Work Choice, Work Programme and ESF Support for Families partnerships with organisations who make a real difference to offenders, their families and
                                     with complex needs                                                                         communities
                                     • Formal Partner of HMPS
                                     • Big Lottery programmes working with families with complex needs and barriers
                                     • Management of 7 Self Directed Support contracts
                                     • Host organisation for 16 Local Inclusion Networks (LINks) across England to help improve
                                     health and social care services
                                     • Contracts for key funders such as Probation Services and Trusts Jobcentre Plus, Local
                                     Authorities, Skills Funding Agency, Young Persons Learning Agency and the NHS. Services



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                                       CCSK is a social enterprise which has been developed by community activists in Brent, NW
                                       London to provide consultancy, research, project management, administration, training and          learn more about the work of NOMS
 London              London            community development services. We use peer-led approaches to interact with the                    explore project ideas that we have
                                       communities that we are targeting.                                                                 identify possible partnership and consortium opportunities




                                       1) Objects of Cumbria Reducing Offender Partnership Trust registered with Charity

                                       offenders and those at risk of offending, in particular but without prejudice to the generality,
                                       by providing education and training that will enable them to take control of their lives and       CROPT seeks NOMS ESF Technical Assistance to develop the resources and delivery
Manchester        North West           remain free from offending 2) Partners: CROPT works in close partnership with a range of           contexts from each partner to engage in future NOMS and other procurement to deliver a
                                                                                                                                          Single Regional or SubRegional Contract which will offer to offenders and ex offenders
                                                                                                                                          support and wider local community social and economic benefit.




                                       HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall is a Young Adult Prisoners holding young men up to age 25. We
                                       have approximately 650 young men in our care at any one time, and these young men are
                     West              serving a minimum of 4 year sentence. It is our responsibility to detain these young men in a I would like to meet like minded people who are interested in what potential our resources
Birmingham
                    Midlands           decent environment whilst also providing interventions and meaningful work that will support and young men have to offer.
                                       them into becoming good citizens that can be reintegrated back into society and provide a
                                       purposeful contribution for both the wider community, their families and themselves.

                                       HMP/YOI Swinfen Hall is a Young Adult Prisoners holding young men up to age 25. We
                                       have approximately 650 young men in our care at any one time, and these young men are
                     West              serving a minimum of 4 year sentence. It is our responsibility to detain these young men in a I would like to meet like minded people who are interested in what potential our resources
Birmingham
                    Midlands           decent environment whilst also providing interventions and meaningful work that will support and young men have to offer.
                                       them into becoming good citizens that can be reintegrated back into society and provide a
                                       purposeful contribution for both the wider community, their families and themselves.

                                       TFMP is currently making the transition to become a workers’ co-operative, led by and for          We would like to Outreach to similar organisations that have similar objectives to Identify,
                                       young people. The aim of the co-operative is to identify, engage, support and encourage            engage, support and encourage young people who are excluded or marginalised. The group
                     West              young people who are excluded or marginalised. In particular, it will be focused on young          of young people to support in particular would include unemployed graduates and those not
Birmingham
                    Midlands           people who are NEET. This method of working means we will be able to utilise our skill in          in employment, education or training to use and maximise their potential abilities to become
                                       engaging young people, particularly those who are disadvantaged or hard to reach, and              effective contributors in society. To create awareness of our Youth Inquiry to the August
                                       enable them to take part in projects to help them develop and fulfil their goals.                  2011 riots see outreachprojecttfmp.wordpress.com

 London              London

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                    East of
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                    England




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                                        CAST supports over 100 women a year by offering a holistic support and education service
                                                                                                                                        We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                        to women offenders, women at risk of offending and women with mental health or substance
                                                                                                                                        develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                                        misuse problems. CAST aims to help these disadvanatged women to build new lives in their
                                                                                                                                        consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
 London               London            communities by: • helping women increase their skills and knowledge • helping women
                                                                                                                                        working with offenders and are interested in joint ventures in the forms or social enterprise
                                        engage in education, training, voluntary work and employment • enabling women to improve
                                                                                                                                        under the categories of health and wellbeing, Creative Art, move on and careers support and
                                        their health and well being • supporting women to increase confidence and self-esteem •
                                                                                                                                        business start up and Photography.
                                        reducing re-offending and aiding resettlement.
                                        LIPPY is a social enterprise with passions for storytelling, collaboration and social change.   My objective for attending the event is to further develop my understanding around the
                     Yorks &
  Leeds                                 LIPPY primarily uses filmmaking and social media distribution as a means to fulfil its social   opportunities and challenges within the NOMs social enterprise consortia and the role we
                     Humber
                                        goals.                                                                                          may be able to play.
   N/A                   N/A

                                        Our organisation supplies high quality ink cartridges and laser toners across the UK. We
                     Yorks &            recycle, refill, re-use and repurpose old cartridges. We supply environmentally friendly        To meet like-minded organisations and become part of a consortium. We have significant
  Leeds
                     Humber             printers and printing options to small and medium sized businesses. We train and employ         experience of working with offenders and consortia.
                                        people identified as disadvantaged in the labour market.
                                        We are a social enterprise that provides consultancy and practical hands on support to
                                        organisations across the private, public, community and voluntary sector who wish to make a
                                                                                                                                    We are very interested in working with other organisations in consortia who wish to make
                      West              greater social impact. We specialise in the design and implementation of bespoke solutions
Birmingham                                                                                                                          use of our skills and experience of working with offenders, their families, communities and
                     Midlands           to issues that affect offenders, their families and the wider community across a range of
                                                                                                                                    offender management agencies.
                                        services that includes community safety, employment, adult learning, housing and youth
                                        matters.
                                                                                                                                        We are looking to work with like-minded individuals and organisations to improve, expand
                                        We are a small organisation working nationally throughout the prison estate delivering          and diversify services. We want to meet likeminded individuals and organisations with a
                     Yorks &            emails from family, friends and various organisation concerned in a prisoners’ welfare. Our     national presence to develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to
  Leeds
                     Humber             email service opens the lines of communication for all who have acess to a computer or          work with others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that
                                        mobile telephone.                                                                               have experience of working with offenders, have well developed business management
                                                                                                                                        processes and previous experience of working as part of a consortia.



                               Advice Derbyshire is a member organisation that exists to represent independent advice                   We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would be keen to
                               agencies working across Derbyshire. Our aims are to maintain services and develop new                    form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with offenders, have
 Leicester       East Midlands
                               areas of work, provide support, build capacity and raise quality standards in advice provision           well developed business management processes and previous experience of working as
                               and to provide a strategic voice for independent advice provision                                        part of a consortia.




                              We are an Educational Media Company. The partnership conducts a wide variety of projects                  The MMP works to provide services in parts of the area where there are needs to fully meet
                              through single-decker mobile bus facilities, which have been adapted to facilitate up to 16               the objectives of clients . We also provide opportunities for volunteering to enable local
                              students in a high-tech and unique mobile classroom. As well as class-room based work,                    people play a more active role in their community. MMP works to bridge the gap between
                              and distance-learning projects it also aims to support curriculum-led objectives, delivered by            different communities, bringing together rich and poor, and people from other different social
 Liverpool         Merseyside the MMP team. The initiative is an exciting way of learning how to gather and use                         backgrounds, ages and beliefs. The core message of the company is to empower and
                              information creatively. It provides people with opportunities for ICT competency, application             promote the opportunity of the group or individuals in our projects through media. The future
                              and development through their use of the on-board equipment and participation in                          aims of the organisation include developing educational radio stations within Commercial
                              associated programmes. MMP has a variety of modern digital equipment, including                           Radio and training education practitioners in the use of hi-end technology as a powerful tool
                              computers, apple macs, sound recorders and radio studio facilities.                                       to achieve learning outcomes.




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                                       The Margaret Carey Foundation is a social enterprise that helps offenders work to help
                                       others, influencing positive outcomes for offenders while they serve their sentences and on
                                       release. We have established and provide ongoing support for six successful prison-based       To explore, with potential partners, the practicalities of establishing bike restoration
                                       workshops where offenders refurbish and repair wheelchairs, bicycles and other recycleable     workshops in a local community setting to achieve similar outcomes (eg increased
                                       items. The refurbished goods are then donated to communities in need, in England and in        employability, decreased re-offending), working with offenders “through the gate” and on
                                       developing countries. We visit prisons and deliver feedback about the people who have          Community Payback. Potential partners might include education and training providers,
Manchester        North West           received the refurbished goods.                                                                health promotion agencies, housing associations, probation services etc.

                                       Offenders learn both technical skills (basic mechanics) and transferrable skills (such as      We’re also interested in other models of co-working, contributing our resources eg bicycles
                                       teamworking, peer teaching and developing a positive attitude to work) that contribute to      or other restored goods.
                                       their employability on release. Many offenders work towards an NVQ, OCN or other
                                       qualification whilst participating in the workshops. Offenders also gain an understanding of
                                       how they are helping people who are less fortunate and develop self esteem.

                                       The generation of new employment opportunities within the Eco Build construction,              To identify similar organisations that have identified real progression routes beyond training
                    Yorks &
  Leeds                                conservation products and leisure sectors, through the delivery of innovative sustainable      and skills development. To identify organisations with a joinery manufacturing capacity
                    Humber
                                       development capital projects.                                                                  outside of West Yorkshire.
                                                                                                                                   1) To secure contracts, tenders and business opportunities on offer from government
                                                                                                                                   departments with a specific remit for engaging individuals with mental health and/or
                                       Mentek Foundation is a charitable organisation dedicated to meeting the needs of those with
                                                                                                                                   substance misuse needs;
Manchester        North West           long term mental illness and substance misuse particularly those from black and ethnic
                                                                                                                                   2) to develop business ideas using a social enterprise format;
                                       communities.
                                                                                                                                   3) to eliminate grant dependency.

                                       Voluntary Sector Training (VST) is an independent charity established to support the training
                                       and development needs of the work force (paid staff and volunteers, including trustees), and
                    East of
 St Neots                              clients of the voluntary and community sector (VCS) across Essex and surrounding area.        To find out more about the opportunities and to meet organisations that we can work with.
                    England
                                       VST has been operating since 1999 and is a registered charity (1095800) and company
                                       limited by guarantee (4384288).

                                       Female only- mental health/counselling/relationships/finance/debt/housing/abuse/casework       Representing both a local and a regional group of organisations that wish to come together
Manchester        North West
                                       with CJS clients/training/employment/volunteering                                              in a more formal consortia arrangement to increase work with CJS.


                                       Youth 21 CIC is a Youth and Community Workers Cooperative, legally formed as a
                                       Community Interest Company (CIC), with Limited Liability.
                                       Established in 2011 Youth 21 provides a range of high quality informal education and           Networking with other social businesses who also have an innovative and modern approach
                                       support programmes for young people aged 11 – 25.                                              to working with young people and communities.
                                       Underpinned by the principles and values of cooperation, Youth 21, through its membership      Promotion of the principles and values of a cooperative business model.
Manchester        North West
                                       scheme provides a unique participant led approach to its work, ensuring programmes of          Identification of new potential partner organisations for mutual benefit and growth, to secure
                                       work are informed by participants knowledge and experiences, running activity from the         new potential contract arrangements and financing.
                                       ‘grass roots’ up.
                                       Involving members in all aspects of its work, from arts project to social care / support.




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                                        Youth 21 CIC is a Youth and Community Workers Cooperative, legally formed as a
                                        Community Interest Company (CIC), with Limited Liability.
                                        Established in 2011 Youth 21 provides a range of high quality informal education and        Networking with other social businesses who also have an innovative and modern approach
                                        support programmes for young people aged 11 – 25.                                           to working with young people and communities.
                                        Underpinned by the principles and values of cooperation, Youth 21, through its membership   Promotion of the principles and values of a cooperative business model.
Manchester         North West
                                        scheme provides a unique participant led approach to its work, ensuring programmes of       Identification of new potential partner organisations for mutual benefit and growth, to secure
                                        work are informed by participants knowledge and experiences, running activity from the      new potential contract arrangements and financing.
                                        ‘grass roots’ up.
                                        Involving members in all aspects of its work, from arts project to social care / support.

                              Action Housing and Support provides a range of housing and support services to vulnerable
                              people across South Yorkshire and the Midlands, with a particular focus on those who have
                              been through the criminal justice system. In addition we have developed ‘social                       To meet and develop strong links with a range of VCS / social enterprises, and then
                    Yorks &
  Leeds                       apprenticeships’ linked to the development of social housing, providing skills and training as        progress a South Yorkshire or regionally based consortia to deliver a range of activity for
                    Humber
                              a pathway into employment. We are also developing a range of social entrepreneurial                   offenders linked to the requirements of Probation Trusts / MoJ.
                              activity, to give vulnerable people further opportunity to achieve sustainable independence in
                              the community.
                              Action Housing and Support provides a range of housing and support services to vulnerable
                              people across South Yorkshire and the Midlands, with a particular focus on those who have
                              been through the criminal justice system. In addition we have developed ‘social                       To meet and develop strong links with a range of VCS / social enterprises, and then
                    Yorks &
  Leeds                       apprenticeships’ linked to the development of social housing, providing skills and training as        progress a South Yorkshire or regionally based consortia to deliver a range of activity for
                    Humber
                              a pathway into employment. We are also developing a range of social entrepreneurial                   offenders linked to the requirements of Probation Trusts / MoJ.
                              activity, to give vulnerable people further opportunity to achieve sustainable independence in
                              the community.
                              SEN is a Merseyside based network of non-profit distributing businesses and community and
                              voluntary sector organisations. We aim to present 'one voice' to promote the sector and to
                              support the development of new and existing Social Enterprises in Merseyside. SEN's main
                              purpose and focus is driven by the collective concerns and aspirations of our membership.
                              Social Enterprise Network is an autonomous body, constituted and incorporated as a
                              company limited by guarantee.
                              The principal service provided by Social Enterprise Network is the establishment,
                              development and facilitation of a network of Social Enterprises and emerging Social                   As a high profile network organisations we are experienced in developing and leading local
                              Enterprises in Greater Merseyside. In particular; we provide the following services:-                 consortia’s within the City Region footprint which involve a range of multidisciplinary
                              • Networking meetings                                                                                 partners. Many of our members of which we have over 400 works with offenders and ex
 Liverpool         Merseyside • Dissemination of information
                                                                                                                                    offenders. We would be keen to share and build on our experience of developing and
                              • Good practice                                                                                       managing consortia through this programme and to have the opportunity to work with other
                              • Signposting and advice                                                                              partners outside our membership who work with the client group.
                              • Training and development
                              • Consortium development
                              • Research and evaluation
                              • Representation of the membership
                              • Securing new funding streams
                              Social Enterprise Network was established in March 2000 to promote the interests of social
                              enterprises in Greater Merseyside, contribute to grassroots and community led social and
                              economic regeneration and to develop the capacity of the social economy in Greater




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                              We provide a full range of HR and business development services to social enterprises and
                              charities in the North West. This includes:
                              • Support in the development of policies, procedures and practices to enable organisations
                              comply with legislation and external funding standards.                                                 To network, promote the newly-established CIC and make social enterprises aware of our
 Liverpool         Merseyside • Operational HR support in recruitment and all aspects of employment.                                  experience, qualifications and expertise to provide a comprehensive range of services. To
                              • Strategic HR support and organisational/business development,                                         identify potential partners for future bids.
                              • Training in leadership, change management, diversity & equality and performance
                              management.

                                                                                                                                      To connect with any organisations who are interested in working with Parents in Recovery to
                                                                                                                                      challenge stigma through education and empowerment .
                                        The founders of the project are passionate about challenging the stigma associated with       We would like to meet up with organisations that offer support to offenders wanting to make
                                        being a Parent and in Recovery. We bring our own experience of Recovery into the              positive changes in their parenting. Working with organisations that support Parents and
Manchester         North West
                                        training and groupwork we offer and provide a unique service offering an essential mix of     those organisations that support offenders with their substance misuse would provide us
                                        professional and personal skills.                                                             with a much wider network .
                                                                                                                                      We would also welcome contact with organisations who are or have been part of a

                                                                                                                                      To connect with any organisations who are interested in working with Parents in Recovery to
                                                                                                                                      challenge stigma through education and empowerment .
                                        The founders of the project are passionate about challenging the stigma associated with       We would like to meet up with organisations that offer support to offenders wanting to make
                                        being a Parent and in Recovery. We bring our own experience of Recovery into the              positive changes in their parenting. Working with organisations that support Parents and
Manchester         North West
                                        training and groupwork we offer and provide a unique service offering an essential mix of     those organisations that support offenders with their substance misuse would provide us
                                        professional and personal skills.                                                             with a much wider network .
                                                                                                                                      We would also welcome contact with organisations who are or have been part of a

                                                                                                                                      We want to meet like-minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                              Formerly working within NHS Public Health & then as independent consultants, we have                    develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
 Liverpool         Merseyside formed a Community Interest Company (Health Junction C.I.C.) in order to deliver health &               consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                              wellbeing services to the community, and in particular to disadvantaged groups.                         working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                      experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                        Brighter Futures provides support to those who require extra help to live independent and
                                        fulfilled lives. Our customers are people whose life chances including their health,
                                        employability and social skills have been impoverished by the impact of living in deprived
                                        areas and on low incomes.
                     Yorks &
  Leeds                                 With our partners, we provide a complementary range of services, for those whose               To learn more about consortiums and social enterprises.
                     Humber
                                        emotional, physical, social or financial situation leaves them excluded and in need of support
                                        to live more independently in the North Staffordshire community, we are also developing
                                        new services in the West Midlands and North West.




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                                                                                                                                          To understand more clearly the opportunities inherent in NOMS programmes to facilitate
                                       The Trust is engaged in the development of a heritage transport visitor attraction and             skills training and meaningful employment for Offenders and ex-offenders – and to identify
                                       educational display involving a number of retired Blackpool tramcars acquired by local             ways and means by which our projects can form a viable output of funded initiatives of your
                                       subscription from the transport operator in 2011. Some of these are presently located inside       Organisation. We are seeking to identify partners for aspects of our strategy which involve
                                       HM Prison Kirkham where two are being renovated in 2012/13 with Offender participation             both public and private sector funding
                                       The Trust has acquired a long lease on a late Victorian electric tram depot in Fleetwood, the      We are looking to create a national centre of excellence in skills training and transfer
                                       only extant example in the north of England. We are renovating the building to allow it to be      involving renovation of traditional tramcars and other public service vehicles – in Fleetwood.
                                       utilised in the first instance as a skills training and transfer unit and subsequently to become   This utilises our extensive knowledge and ownership of a collection of trams as well as
  N/A                   N/A            a visitor attraction in its own right on a not for profit basis owned by the Trust. We are a       engagement with potential end users and contracting parties
                                       registered Charity 1145250 created in January 2012 to provide the platform for development         Skill training mentoring for tram renovation and overhaul work is available to the Trust locally
                                       of a five year phased strategy aimed at creating heritage transport educational and visitor        from professional craftsmen and engineers recently retired and made redundant by
                                       attractions in the town of Fleetwood, Lancashire.                                                  Blackpool transport operator – the last such traditional tram operator in the UK.
                                       Our website is www.visitfleetwood.co.uk which provides a good idea of the scale, scope and         We are already engaged in a relationship with NOMS and HM Prison Service through an
                                       high visibility of our initiatives underway in Fleetwood.                                          initial project ongoing at HM Prison Kirkham involving renovation of two 1930s trams owned
                                                                                                                                          by our Trust: and are looking at steps to involve Offenders in renovation work skills needed
                                                                                                                                          for restoration of the 1897 Copse Road Tram Depot in Fleetwood.
                                                                                                                                          The Local Authority (Wyre Borough Council) is actively supporting the above initiatives at
                                                                                                                                          this time and we seek both funding streams to facilitate costs of work both on the trams and
                                                                                                                                          We are interested to meet with individuals and organisations with a local/regional/national
                                                                                                                                          presence to develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with
                                       We are a small, new social enterprise working with women to help them improve their life
Liverpool         Merseyside                                                                                                              others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have
                                       chances through personal and professional development
                                                                                                                                          experience of working with female offenders, have well developed business management
                                                                                                                                          processes and ideally have previous experience of working as part of a consortia
                             Remploy’s mission is to transform the lives of disabled people and those who experience
                             complex barriers to work by providing sustainable employment opportunities.
                             We believe in greater inclusion and equality for disabled people through sustainable
                                                                                                                           Gaining a better understanding of the funding available in order to integrate with the
Liverpool         Merseyside employment. We believe that work is a key element of an independent and fulfilling life, and
                                                                                                                           company’s national service provision
                             that everyone has skills and abilities to offer. We work extensively with people to help them
                             to identify, develop and make the most of those abilities.

                              We deliver “social justice through enterprise”, providing training, work experience and
                              employment opportunities to primarily ex-offenders, homeless people and armed forces
                              veterans, through our social businesses – Newlife Construction & Regeneration, Highpoint                    To meet with organisations that share our values and want to break the cycle of offending by
                              Events, Action Trust (a partnership with Action Homeless, REACH and HMP YOI Glen                            creating a social business that can create housing and employment opportunities for ex-
                              Parva) and Houses2Homes (in partnership with the Royal British Legion). We also provide a                   offenders.
Leicester       East Midlands
                              range of management and support services. We managed Spark Challenge for the                                To develop our partnership working and support any consortia that helps us to meet our
                              Department for Communities and Local Government, in partnership with BT, PwC, Places                        objectives
                              for People and Willmott Dixon, which invested £3M in 30 social enterprises that train and
                              employ nearly 700 homeless people. We are currently working with Derbyshire Probation
                              Trust to set up a social enterprise based at HMP Foston Hall and in Derbyshire.




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                                        St Peter’s Partnerships (SPP) is a community anchor organisation established by a group of
                                        St Peter’s ward residents in Ashton in 1998 prior to forming as a registered charity in 2003. It
                                        brings people together to promote a range of community-led initiatives, which tackle the
                                        underlying long-term difficulties facing this regeneration area.
                                        The organisation is made up of both charity and trading operations. The charity arm is
                                        centred around our work with children, young people and their families, delivering a range of      To gain greater understanding about the requirements for grant application to support our
                                        services within the ward including volunteering opportunities and youth & community                application.
Manchester         North West           outreach work, childcare and parenting classes developed through consultation and active           To meet potential partners who can compliment our skillset and we can work alongside to
                                        participation with residents. The trading arm comprises of 3 not-for-profit community              build on our experience
                                        enterprises which operate across Tameside and beyond: Greenscape, a landscape &                    To gain a greater insight into the appetite on a local level for this initiative
                                        gardening business; Safeguard It delivering community safety services; Enterprise Plus
                                        specialising in Information, Advice & Guidance, employment & training. All deliver
                                        specialised work experience opportunities, skills training and workshops through our “grow
                                        our own” Community Workforce model.
                                        SPP is also working in partnership with TMBC, Greater Manchester Probation Trust and
                                        other stakeholders is already delivering a Local Integrated Services pilot focusing on
                                                                                                                                           Information on the development of the fund in different regions to support the Voluntary and
Manchester         North West
                                                                                                                                           Community Sector to fully engage with the opportunity.

                                                                                                                                           We are keen on partnership working and consortia bidding and wish to engage in the
Manchester         North West           Housing charity working with homeless and other vulnerable people including offenders
                                                                                                                                           Consortia programme

                                        GMCVO is the voluntary sector support organisation covering the Greater Manchester city
                                        region. Our vision is a strong, diverse and influential civil society which enables social,
                                                                                                                                           To gain the latest information about the NOMS Social Enterprise Consortia Building
                                        economic and political inclusion. We provide support, knowledge, voice, infrastructure &
                                                                                                                                           programme. To meet any potential partners or potential consortium members. Especially
                                        innovation, working in partnership with other support providers, and the public and private
                                                                                                                                           interested in talking to social firms and mutuals trading in Greater Manchester which are able
                                        sectors. ) We were an early pioneer of consortium and prime contractor models for public
Manchester         North West                                                                                                              to create jobs, work placements, apprenticeships etc. for offenders with complex needs
                                        service delivery, and have been active at Greater Manchester, regional and national levels in
                                                                                                                                           including mental health. Any size / scale/sector as long as they are interested in taking a
                                        developing and sharing best practice. We host Converge (GM Wellbeing Consortium).
                                                                                                                                           collaborative approach, working with GMCVO and existing consortia, and working in the
                                        Delivering the NAVCA training for infrastructure organisations on partnership /consortium
                                                                                                                                           context of delivering the Greater Manchester Strategy.
                                        development and providing independent consultancy to non-Greater Manchester areas.


                              The Shaftesbury Partnership is a social business whose mission is to create and inspire
                                                                                                                                           To understand details of NOMS programme and to meet potential consortia partners in the
 Liverpool         Merseyside trailblazing social reforms that empower communities by tackling disadvantage and
                                                                                                                                           region
                              generating opportunity.
                                        Alt Valley Community Trust is a pioneering Community anchor organisation established in
                                                                                                                                           To find out more about the development and maintenance of consortia and of a model that
                                        1983 as an Educational Charity to support lifelong learning within the Alt Valley area of
 Liverpool         Merseyside                                                                                                              potentially could deliver resettlement services for offenders,
                                        Liverpool and beyond. The Alt Valley Community Trust supports the people of the Alt Valley
                                                                                                                                           Also to network with like-minded individuals and other organisations.
                                        Community providing education, training, business support and employment.

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                                                                                                                        We hope to further increase our professional network and develop a partnership with an
                                       We provided combined arts programmes (theatre, music, photography, film and crafts) in
Liverpool         Merseyside                                                                                            organisation that could enhance our provision and enable us to be more proactive, especially
                                       schools, community settings and for corporate events.
                                                                                                                        when working in school and community settings.
                                                                                                                        We are interested in identifying and partnering with similar and like-minded organisations like
                             We are small social enterprise CIC located in Liverpool. We are committed to, and
                                                                                                                        ours with whom we can work to meet our vision, objectives and aims, thereby contributing to
                             passionate about training long-term unemployed people, and ex-offenders and the elderly in
Liverpool         Merseyside                                                                                            meeting the needs of our beneficiary groups, and of restoring economic/social confidence in
                             IT, confidence building, web-based research and enterprise skills. We also fix and recycle
                                                                                                                        our community. We are especially keen to work with other organisations that have
                             redundant computers/e-waste.
                                                                                                                        experience in working with the Consortia.
                                                                                                                        Our objective in attending this event is to get our name known so that people know what we
                             Tomorrow’s People is a national employment charity which has been helping people get       do; then make contact with employers and other like-minded practitioners who can provide a
Liverpool         Merseyside
                             back into work, training and education for over 25 years.                                  service of support to offenders serving community sentences and unemployed ex-offenders
                                                                                                                        in order to find them jobs and training opportunities.


Liverpool         Merseyside



                             Social capital development via the delivery of training (accredited & non-accredited) in the          We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                             areas of employment and employability. We also deliver business / enterprise start-up and             develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
Liverpool         Merseyside development projects (self-employment, private business and charities & social enterprises).          consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                             Urban Quay also has experience of delivering nationally-managed programmes such as                    working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                             Future Jobs Fund, as well as small local jobs brokerage services for young NEET’s.                    experience of working as part of a consortia.

                             We are an international organisation working in Liverpool with women and youths from back The objective is to liaise with other organizations for networking and collaboration in
Liverpool         Merseyside ground of domestic violence and abuse. Our core area of service to our target group is    realising project goals.
                             economic empowerment through social entrepreneurship.

                             The Basement has been operating in Liverpool City Centre since 2000. The first week it
                             opened the staff facilitated a Service User Forum to ask what services best could serve the
                             needs of the Homeless people using the service. From those consultations grew an effective
                             project providing counselling, holistic treatments, medical treatments, training programmes,
                             assertive street outreach targeting street drinkers and hospital outreach ensuring people who To find partners that we can create a consortia with as I do not feel we would be able to bid
Liverpool         Merseyside
                             do not have accommodation are not discharged from hospital to the streets. Last month,        alone.
                             April 2012, we also launched a Community Detox Program.
                             The vision for the future is to eradicate rough sleeping and provide pathways to life changes
                             through education, alcohol and drug treatment programmes, appropriate accommodation
                             and to provide an environment where a person can begin to glimpse their potential.

                             The Reader Organisation is a charity and social enterprise that works to bring about social
                             change by sharing great literature, making it possible for people of all ages, backgrounds
                             and abilities to engage with reading, improve well-being and build community. Through our             Keen to work with other like-minded organisations to establish a wide-ranging project based
                             Get Into Reading groups, we have found that weekly shared reading can be enjoyed by                   around the shared reading model to provide delivery for offenders, ex-offenders and their
Liverpool         Merseyside
                             everyone, but provides an appealing and holistic service to those in most in need – older             families in prisons, visitor centres and settings in the community. Delivery could involve
                             people, people with mental ill-health, offenders, looked-after children – enabling them to            prison staff, volunteers, offenders themselves and the staff of partner organisations
                             develop the emotional apparatus to improve their personal happiness and social functioning.




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                              Out of Hours GP service covering patients across Liverpool & Knowsley since November
                              2004 – Urgent Care 24 employs local GPs 7 strives to support them with the demands of
                              day to day primary care. We provide a lifeline to people who find they need unexpected
                              medical attention at evening and weekends. Urgent Care 24 regularly continues to not only                To gain further understanding of working as part of a Consortia and fully explore all the
 Liverpool         Merseyside meet, but to exceed all of the exacting Quality Standards demanded of all out-of-hours                   opportunities and potential business lines to further strengthen our core business as a social
                              services. We are based in five Walk In Centres covering Old Swan Health Centre, Huyton                   enterprise and stay strong in the current economic times.
                              Walk in Centre, Garston Hospital, Aintree Hospital and Everton Road Health Centre. We
                              also run an Asylum practice-based GP and Nursing service in Liverpool, offering an initial
                              health assessment for asylum seekers.
                                                                                                                                       "THE BRINK IS A TRAILBLAZING RECOVERY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE DELIVERING
                              Action on Addiction is charity providing addiction treatment, education, research and family
                                                                                                                                       FRESH LIFESTYLE CHOICES; REVOLUTIONISING HOW WE EAT, DRINK AND PLAY
 Liverpool         Merseyside programmes.
                                                                                                                                       THROUGH COMMUNITY, CREATIVITY, CONNECTION AND CARE" - What we make
                              The social enterprise it manages is “The Brink Liverpool”, the UKs first dry bar.
                                                                                                                                       makes us!
 Liverpool         Merseyside

 Liverpool         Merseyside

 Liverpool         Merseyside


 Liverpool         Merseyside


Manchester         North West


                     Yorks &
  Leeds
                     Humber

                                        CYT works with young people aged 14-30 years old to promote careers in the construction
                                                                                                                                          To build upon our existing work with the YJB and find new organisations for whom we may
 London               London            industry. We deliver training and IAG in a variety of trade skills and at various levels and also
                                                                                                                                          be able to deliver complimentary services.
                                        seek to work with other agencies for onward referrals for young people with complex needs.
                                        NESEP represents and supports social enterprise in the North East. We have core strengths
                                        in the following areas:
                                        • Social Enterprise growth strategies
                                        • Social franchising and replication
                                        • Sustainability planning
                                        • Innovation planning
                                        • Change management
                                        • Product development and route to market
Newcastle          North East           • Strategic planning for mixed income models                                              We would like to meet like minded organisations for collaborative working
                                        • Capacity building for sustainable VCS infrastructure organisations
                                        • Governance for organisations with social objectives
                                        • Supporting cultural change to commercial focus
                                        • Customised legal structures for charitable trading
                                        • Collaboration models and intermediary vehicles for procurement
                                        • Model development for outcome-based commissioning
                                        • Trading networks for TSOs and wider SME sector

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                                                                                                                                     Networking and establishing contacts to bring partners into the establishment, or for our
                     East of            Warren Hill is a young offender institution for remanded and convicted young men aged 15
 St Neots                                                                                                                            young people to access the opportunities in the community. Aiding their resettlement by
                     England            to 18, sentences can be from 2-months to life.
                                                                                                                                     giving them access to support and thus reducing re-offending.

                                                                                                                                     Our aims are to help alleviate poverty specifically to those in some form of Housing Crisis
                                                                                                                                     through the practical provision of furniture and appliances regardless of circumstance or
                     East of            We are a furniture and appliance ReUse organisation, a Social Enterprise, Registered         lifestyle. Also to divert furniture from landfill. We offer a range of volunteering opportunities,
 St Neots
                     England            Charity and Company Limited by guarantee.                                                    particularly to those disadvantaged in the market place. We current work with offenders
                                                                                                                                     through Community Pack-back and have ex-offenders as volunteers here with us. We are
                                                                                                                                     keen to work in partnership to help offenders get resettled back in the community.
                                        Gem Community Interest Company caters for the local community in Luton area. We render
                                        several services to the community including the following- Youth ablaze: Youth mentoring
                                        and Training :Big lottery funded , Parenting Classes :SFSC [Strengthening Families
                     East of            Strengthening Communities Course],Changing Paradigms {In partnership with The learning We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would be keen to
 St Neots
                     England            Partnership Bedford and Luton Ltd}, Business Start up and Social Enterprise Start Up.    form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with offenders
                                        Community Engagement and Development. Family support. Gem Start up Course for NEET
                                        month ,clients work towards NVQ 1-3


                               Voluntary Action Leicestershire are an infrastructure organisation supporting the Voluntary           To be fully informed about social enterprise consortia to enable us to support more consortia
 Leicester       East Midlands and Community Sector to develop and grow. Our vision is to help people change their lives             to emerge in Leicester and Leicestershire. We have the capacity and resources to support
                               for the better.                                                                                       emerging consortia and can help them to win contracts and launch new products.

                                        Pendersons provide training and consultancy; this covers Railway Engineering, Construction
                                                                                                                                   To further understand how we can work with and support objectives set by the moj, helping
                                        plant use and equipment, delivery and support of Health & Safety training consultancy and
Manchester         North West                                                                                                      learners into employment to assist in reducing re-offending, adding value to sustainable
                                        audits. From August 2007, we have delivered training at Portland YOI and from January
                                                                                                                                   results.
                                        2010 we have provided training at Dorchester prison.
                                                                                                                                     To meet and network with other like minded organisations that would like to explore
 Leicester       East Midlands Provides Anger Management Training for individuals and groups                                         opportunities to implement strategies aimed at reducing aggression related crimes and
                                                                                                                                     increasing ex-offenders ability to secure and hold on to work
                              The organisation came about through front line workers becoming frustrated at the gaps in
                              provision for people with traumatic backgrounds who used alcohol to get through life. The              To provide the opportunity for people who are too overwhelmed with their situation an
 Liverpool         Merseyside organisation provides structured residential and day program alcohol detox. The structured             environment with nourishment and nurturing to enable people to move in the direction of
                              programs focus on self awareness and self care. This involves a 14 week course of self                 their full potential
                              discovery and realising potential
                              I am a management consultant specialising in health and criminal justice with 23 years
                              experience working in health and social care within a secure setting. Through this time I
                              have worked with the NHS, Department of Health, private sector organizations, Prison and
                              Probation Service as well as the Metropolitan Police Service on national and regional
                              projects. I have gathered an in-depth understanding of health and organisational needs of              Develop a greater understanding of the role of Social Enterprise consortia in the criminal
                    Yorks &
  Leeds                       the criminal justice system, NHS, Multi-Agencies and the third sector through managing the             justice system, and the business opportunities that this presents. Network and explore
                    Humber
                              transition of healthcare commissioning from the Prison Service to the NHS. I also work as a            potentially fruitful collaborations in this area.
                              leadership and executive coach, with a particular focus on people working in complex
                              environments.
                              I am on the advisory board of No Offence, the criminal justice forum.




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                                       Groundwork Greater Nottingham is a committed regeneration charity set up in 1990 that
                                       implements focused projects to improve the quality of life for people living within the most
                                       disadvantaged areas of Greater Nottingham. Our teams deliver horticulture, heritage and
                                       environmental education in schools & communities. Our Play and Youth teams deliver                  Our objective is to identify the best ways of developing partnership/consortia to deliver
                                       focussed tranistional play programmes, focussed personal social develoment activities for           contracts aimed at rehabilitation of ex-offenders through employment. We would like to
                                       young people at risk or involved in offending. We manage several large employment                   develop strong relationships with small and medium organisations from all sectors which
Leicester       East Midlands
                                       creation contracts with cross sector partnerships providing jobs for young offenders, and the       would provide services complementary to our own provision. We would also like to meet with
                                       long term unemployed. Since 2010 we are developing capacity to deliver employment                   private sector organisations interested to employing ex-offenders, providing work placements
                                       support services for young ex-offenders (18-25) released from Nottingham Community                  or apprenticeships/
                                       Prison. In 2011 we have been awarded £1 million from BLF Youth In Focus Programme to
                                       deliver ‘Dig In – Stay Out’ over the next 3 years and employ 200 ex-offenders into
                                       sustainable jobs.
                                       SEEM is an independent organisation with a board composed of leaders of social
                                       enterprises, social enterprise support organisations and key stakeholder organisations.
                                       SEEM works to raise the awareness and development of SEs Over the last 10 years SEEM                As the regional infrastructure body for the support of Social Enterprise in the East Midlands
                                       has supported the sector and have been instrumental in the development of over 1000 new             together with our experience of ESF contracts and programme management, we are well
                                       SEs. We have a wealth of experience in bringing partners together and in particular                 placed to act as a Consortia Lead either on a Local or Regional basis. We have no wish to
Leicester       East Midlands
                                       programme management (ESF, Big Lottery and EMDA). SEEM have previously developed                    become a ‘direct delivery’ function but seek to find partners who would like to build a
                                       in collaboration with NOMs the 'Opportunity Portal' which SEs have used to raise their profile      consortia proposal in collaboration with SEEM that will deliver a range of imaginative
                                       re: new business opportunities. SEEM have been strategically involved in the support of             services and employment opportunities for ex-offenders on a sustainable basis.
                                       NOMS by co-developing and presenting a conference called 'Breaking the Cycle' - Social
                                       Enterprise working with Offender Management Services
                                       Since its incorporation, Bikeworks has been developing a model for delivering cycling
                                       services to the local community. The ‘community cycling hub’ is a facility open to the general
                                       public to access a variety of cycling services on site from cycle training to bike recycling,
                                       maintenance courses and volunteering opportunities. With training bikes available to use on
                                       site, individuals without a bike can still partake in cycling at Bikeworks and join group cycling
                                       activities. The hub also operates as a centre for dedicated cycling programmes working with
                                       homeless people, adults and children with learning and physical disabilities, youth groups,         To see about becoming part of a viable consortium to deliver services and to bid for
London               London
                                       adults with mental and physical health conditions. Programmes are also delivered out in the         contracts with NOMS/ MOJ.
                                       community at schools, youth and community centres and so on. The hub then creates
                                       multiple opportunities and pathways for individuals through cycling and helps to maximise
                                       the impact of public money through the not for profit social enterprise model. The Bikeworks
                                       model is based around six core areas: • Cycle Training – providing instruction in safe cycling
                                       for beginners to advanced, funded by Local Authorities (LA’s), and a fortnightly disability
                                       cycling club • Employment and Training - vocational training for homeless, previously
                                       Vertegen provides work placements and employment-related training in the field of waste
                                       recycling. We offer vocational training (on site) as well as accredited and non-accredited
Liverpool         Merseyside           employability training in order to best prepare beneficiaries for the active labour market.         To gain a better understanding of working with, and behalf of, NOMS on a localised basis.
                                       Vertegen currently operates from a 2 acre site in Bromborough, Wirral and we are looking
                                       into the development of a new site in Liverpool also.
                                       CAST supports over 100 women a year by offering a holistic support and education service
                                                                                                                                           We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                       to women offenders, women at risk of offending and women with mental health or substance
                                                                                                                                           develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                                       misuse problems. CAST aims to help these disadvanatged women to build new lives in their
                                                                                                                                           consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
London               London            communities by: • helping women increase their skills and knowledge • helping women
                                                                                                                                           working with offenders and are interested in joint ventures in the forms or social enterprise
                                       engage in education, training, voluntary work and employment • enabling women to improve
                                                                                                                                           under the categories of health and wellbeing, Creative Art, move on and careers support and
                                       their health and well being • supporting women to increase confidence and self-esteem •
                                                                                                                                           business start up and Photography.
                                       reducing re-offending and aiding resettlement.
                                       KPMS UK Ltd provides semi independent accommodation and therapeutic care to young
                                                                                                                                           KPMS UK Ltd are attending the event with the aim to meet and develop working
Liverpool         Merseyside           care leavers 16 to 18 years old. The young people we support come to us from various
                                                                                                                                           relationships with like minded organisations and individuals.
                                       backgrounds with a variety of issues.




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Liverpool         Merseyside


Liverpool         Merseyside


                                       Inclusion 4 All CIC works with and for the benefit of the local community, specialising in;



                                                                                                                                        To work with and for the benefit of the local community. To also work in partnership with
Liverpool         Merseyside
                                       centres                                                                                          likeminded partners and individuals who will use Inclusion 4 all CIC services




                                                                                                                                        We are interested in working with partners from all sectors, to share ideas and pool
                                       We are a Charity operating across Yorkshire and the East Midlands that provides housing
                                                                                                                                        resources, eliminating duplication and promoting best practice. In particular, we would like to
                    Yorks &            support to vulnerable members of society, with a specialism in working with offenders. We
 Leeds                                                                                                                                  build relationships with organisations who have already established successful social
                    Humber             are also a registered social landlord with a growing portfolio of properties and a number of
                                                                                                                                        enterprises, or who are in a position to provide innovative services, as our partners, to
                                       bond schemes providing access to private rented sector properties.
                                                                                                                                        enable our clients to reach their goals.
                                       We are social enterprise providing high quality space in a challenging neighbourhood to
                                       raise aspirations and create opportunities for those working in and/or from the local
                                                                                                                                     We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working
                    Yorks &            community or disadvantaged groups. We offer conference, meeting, office, and cafe space
 Leeds                                                                                                                               with offenders and previous experience of working as part of a consortia. This would be with
                    Humber             that is used in large part for the social and economic benefit of the community and the wider
                                                                                                                                     the aim of creating hyper local model that can be replicated nationally
                                       society.



                    Yorks &            We help small businesses and social enterprises to match their offer with emerging               To meet new potential collaboration partners and learn more about the opportunities with
 Leeds
                    Humber             opportunities in the public sector                                                               NOMS


                              Wheelbase is charitable social enterprise established in Nottingham 21 years ago. Its initial
                              focus was to provide diversionary programmes for young people engaged in car theft but it
                              has evolved into an accredited organisation providing a wide range of training programmes                 We need to diversify our activities to develop more sustainable enterprises. We are
Leicester       East Midlands and activities for young people aged 12-25. It is Ofsted registered as an Alternative School              specifically interested in developing our facilities to provide gainful opportunities for those
                              [ages 14-16] and has won many National Training Awards for its innovative programmes. It                  aged 16+ who are, or have been, at risk of crime.
                              has always worked closely with criminal justice organisations. We have fully equipped
                              vehicle workshops




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                                       GHoPA is a small not for profit company limited by guarantee. The organisation already
                                       works within a multi-agency capacity providing positive activities and accredited learning /
                                       educational pathways to some of the most challenging, disadvantaged and vulnerable young
                                       people and families in the Humber region.
                                       The project started in May 2007 as “Get Hooked on Fishing” in a collaborative partnership       My objective at the event is to find out if our organisation is able to apply for the funding
                                       with the local authority (North East Lincolnshire Council) Shoreline Housing Partnership,       which could allow us and our collaborative partners to develop a very innovative and
                                       Police, Immingham Town Council, Environment Agency and national charity Get Hooked on           ambitious project concept, much modelled on the research findings.
                    Yorks &
 Leeds                                 Fishing.                                                                                        We therefore hope to meet other likeminded organisations at the event who may have
                    Humber
                                       The project has recently been featured as part of a 3 year independent research project         specialist skills, knowledge, ideas, etc and who have a robust expertise of working with
                                       focussing in 6 key areas; Young People, Sports Participation, Health & Wellbeing,               offenders. We hope they may wish to partner with us to pursue our long term vision.
                                       Community Development, Rural Communities and the Natural Environment. The report
                                       through extensive monitoring, interviewing and site visiting by the researchers demonstrates
                                       the major impacts this and other similar projects have had. The report is currently being
                                       submitted to central government.


                                       We provide loans to charities and social enterprises that are unable to secure sufficient       We aim to help organisations that have a social impact, especially those working in
Leicester       East Midlands
                                       funding from mainstream sources.                                                                disadvantaged communities.
                                                                                                                                       We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                                                                                                                       develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
                                       We are a small organisation working in the South West recycling unwanted tyres into
Newcastle         North East                                                                                                           consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                                       industrial products.
                                                                                                                                       working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                       experience of working as part of a consortia.
                                       Essex Offender Services (EOS) is a Community Interest Company established in June 2011
                                       to carry out activities which benefit the community. In particular those activities which
                                       support, or are consistent with, the following core aims:

                                       a) The protection of the public;
                                       b) The reduction of re-offending;
                                       c) The proper punishment of offenders;
                                       d) To ensure offenders' awareness of the effects of crime on the victims of crimes and the
                                       public;                                                                                        To meet potential consortia partners and consider ways in which we can work together to
                    East of            e) The rehabilitation of offenders.                                                            improve resettlement services for offenders.
St Neots
                    England            EOS works closely and in partnership with Essex Probation to enable opportunities and
                                       deliver offender services, which are beyond those currently provided by Essex Probation.
                                       The demand for additional services is continually increasing and EOS acts as a conduit to
                                       offer expertise and as a vehicle to deliver bids, services and contracts to the benefit of the
                                       community.

                                       EOS also works with other like minded companies and organisations, who are interested in
                                       adding value to the wider community, by providing a range of innovative services that will
                                       support our core aims.


                              Voluntary Action Leicestershire are an infrastructure organisation supporting the Voluntary              To be fully informed about social enterprise consortia to enable us to support more consortia
Leicester       East Midlands and Community Sector to develop and grow. Our vision is to help people change their lives                to emerge in Leicester and Leicestershire. We have the capacity and resources to support
                              for the better.                                                                                          emerging consortia and can help them to win contracts and launch new products.




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                               Enable is the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) learning and skills consortium lead for
                               the East Midlands. For the last ten years we have gained contracts with funding bodies and
                               then subcontracted the delivery out to training providers from the VCS. Based initially in
                                                                                                                          To meet new people and organisations that are interested in working together in developing
 Leicester       East Midlands Nottingham we now have delivery on a range of contracts across all counties in the East
                                                                                                                          partnership based working on a regional and/or a local basis leading to consortia.
                               Midlands with offices in Nottingham Worksop and Northamptonshire. We have in place
                               specialist sub consortia including organisations from outside of the VCS including social
                               enterprises. We employ about 40 staff.

                               Genesis Enterprise Training (G.E.T), a training & education charity based in Alfreton, forms
                               part of the Genesis Enterprise Foundation, an established and highly respected charity in the
                                                                                                                             To find out and understand more fully the NOMS CFO Consortium building funding
                               East Midlands. Its aim is to work with people who are, or who have been, disadvantaged or
 Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                               programme’s aims and objectives and if we as an organisation, can develop a consortia in
                               disengaged from education and training for whatever reason. We aim to give them another
                                                                                                                             line with the programme’s requirements.
                               chance to re-engage and join a community of learning, which is committed to ‘GET ON’ in
                               their lives.

                               Diverse environmental social enterprise based in an ancient woodland. An alternative school
                               for young males excluded from mainstream education, a training site for NEETS, Hill Holt
                               Health working with mental health service users, a venue and conference centre,
                                                                                                                           Developing partnerships extending offer to reducing offending and re-engagement of and
 Leicester       East Midlands countryside and forestry services, eco-construction and Hill Holt Design providing full
                                                                                                                           rehabilitation of offenders.
                               architectural design services.
                               Tends to get most difficult clients including many involved in the criminal justice system.

                                        Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire (VANEL) develops, promotes, informs and supports
                                        the local voluntary, not-for-profit and charitable sector. We offer representation of the local To find out what opportunities are available, network, share what we are doing and find out
                     Yorks &
  Leeds                                 voluntary and community sector, promotion of interagency networking and information             what is happening in other areas and look at the possibilities and benefits of becoming part
                     Humber
                                        sharing, provision of resources and support services in developing their organisations and      of consortia
                                        projects to address local needs.
                     Yorks &            EMTEP is a regional organisation based in the North East that works with offenders and ex
  Leeds                                                                                                                                 To learn more about the programme and network with similar organisations
                     Humber             offenders through mentoring, support, employability and training

                                        EMTEP is a regional organisation based in the North East that works with offenders and ex
Newcastle          North East                                                                                                           To learn more about the programme and network with similar organisations
                                        offenders through mentoring, support, employability and training

                                                                                                                                        We seek partners for a wider employment and training consortium for which we, with our
                                                                                                                                        leverage in the industry, would be the specialist construction-focused arm,
                                                                                                                                        and/or,
                                        The Construction Youth Trust’s national offender programme works both inside institutions
                                                                                                                                         We seek local partners to form practical projects to provide construction-related or
Manchester         North West           and out in the community to help offenders into education, training, and ultimately long-term
                                                                                                                                        environment-focused work for ex-offenders as a context for skills training and progression.
                                        employment in the construction industry.
                                                                                                                                        With our national reach, experience in working with offenders and strong profile, we can
                                                                                                                                        help develop and manage such a project and provide training and progression opportunities


                               We are an organisation that has worked with vulnerable women and their families in
                               Leicester for 25 years. Since 2010 we have delivered “Just Women – Leicester’s Women’s                   To link with other providers and explore opportunities for developing a consortia to bid for
                               Community Project - set up in response to the Corston Report recommendations. We have                    further CJS contracts, particularly to benefit vulnerable women in the CJS, children affected
 Leicester       East Midlands
                               considerable skill and expertise in one-to-one and group support, advice, counselling,                   by involvement in the CJS and services for women victims. I’m particularly interested in
                               psychotherapy, childcare, education, training and family and parenting support. We also                  being able to provide gender specific input into larger contracts and pieces of work.
                               have particular expertise in working with women affected by trauma and abuse.




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                                                                                 Background                                                                                           Objective
   City              Region

                                       Not All Bad is a Motivational Training Provider specialising in self discipline and tolerance.
                                       Not All Bad was originally developed to give young adults an insight into their own abilities
                                       and the confidence to achieve the best for themselves and others in their futures. Today, Not To find an organisation/training provider experienced in applying for funding and grants that
                    Yorks &
 Leeds                                 All Bad is a social enterprise and has expanded its profile, still helping young people, but it is can also deliver work related qualifications or maybe provide a mentoring service to ex-
                    Humber
                                       now open to offenders where training is conducted conducted within the secure unit/prison. offenders to compliment our boot camps.
                                       Our programmes look to help offenders to realize their potential and aid in a more solid and
                                       disciplined integration back into their community.
                                       Representing 2 voluntary organisations, one a CVS/Volunteer Centre in which also
                                                                                                                                            To check out the feasibility of putting together a consortia and network with other prospective
Newcastle         North East           undertakes other activities and a health focused charity which already undertakes some in
                                                                                                                                            consortia members.
                                       prison work.
                                                                                                                                            We want to meet more partners nationwide to complement our existing experience gained in
                              Known for their Anger Control Training on TV’s “Football Behind Bars” with Ian Wright filmed                  prisons, with NOMS in Attendance Centres and at schools, colleges and with specialist
                              at HMYOI Portland, MAX provide tailored Practical Conflict Management and Negotiations                        agencies. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortiaand keen to
Leicester       East Midlands
                              Training together with experiential intensive Assertiveness/Anger Management and                              build mutually beneficial relationships. We have developed innovative employability and anti-
                              Confidence Training for individuals and organisations                                                         social behaviour programmes and are keen to help make a difference to individuals’ lives
                                                                                                                                            and ultimately help reduce offending and re-offending.
                    East of
St Neots
                    England
                                       Addictions UK is a Home-based Addictions Treatment Agency specialising in offering
                                                                                                                                            Networking Opportunity. To understand the services being offered to defined client groups
                                       accessible addictions treatment throughout the UK including Medical Detox and working with
                                                                                                                                            and to investigate whether synergy exists between Addictions UK and other Social
                    Yorks &            service users who find it difficult to access traditional services. We are a Social Firm and
 Leeds                                                                                                                                      Enterprises. We work with other treatment facilities and are interested in housing providers
                    Humber             Social Enterprise and we are supporting work in Southern India as part of our making
                                                                                                                                            in particular. We pursue an abstinence based form of recovery. We also offer management
                                       donations of profits to people with addictions. Our staff are all qualified and our therapists are
                                                                                                                                            consulting, training and coaching
                                       in recovery themselves. We work all over the United Kingdom and in the ROI
                                       EMTEP is a regional organisation based in the North East that works with offenders and ex
                                                                                                                                            To learn more about the programme and network with similar organisations
                                       offenders through mentoring, support, employability and training.
                    Yorks &
 Leeds
                    Humber


                                       Aylesbury Partnerships provides finance to organisations and consortia delivering public             Learn more about the aims of the NOMS SE Consortia funding opportunity
                                       service contracts                                                                                    and
                    East of
St Neots                               We also provide quantitative risk management tools to assess contract risk as well as                Explore partnership opportunities with consortia delivering offender management services as
                    England
                                       social and financial returns.                                                                        well as welfare to work, training and other public contracts.

                                       Psychology based programmes. Pro-active behaviour education and change programmes –
                                       design, delivery, mentoring, consultation, train-the-trainer. Examples: NEET prevention –
                                       London Academies; Young Offender Programmes; Partnerships with G4S, P3, HMP
                                                                                                                                            Understanding / networking / building potential consortia for future bids.Explore potential
                                       Reading.
                                                                                                                                            synergies, projects and or contractor / supplier relationships.
                    East of            Pro-active Community Enterprise – in collaboration with Registered Social Landlords and the
St Neots                                                                                                                                    We have many links – including to investors, social landlords, community interest companies
                    England            Academies Enterprise Trust: options appraisals, business development, training,
                                                                                                                                            and co-workers in education and development
                                       consultation, implementation, deployment assistance, mentoring, coaching support.
                                       Pro-active behaviour change programmes – organisations. Group / Vertical and Horizontal
                                       projects for self-empowered delivery.




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                                                                               Background                                                                                       Objective
   City             Region

                                      Since 1997 Ease has worked in the criminal justice arena successfully delivering specialist
                                      employability and skills programmes and services designed to assist the most
                                      disadvantaged individuals in the labour market and reduce re-offending. In particular, Ease
                                      works with those facing multiple barriers to progression, such as a background of criminality,
                                      drug and/or alcohol mis-use, providing specialised information, advice, guidance training and
                                      support to overcome barriers and to access further opportunities for learning, formal training To meet potential partners to form a consortia. We are particularly interested in meeting
Newcastle        North East           and skills development in order to move into sustainable work and reduce re-offending.         social enterprises, voluntary and community organisations who will complement our current
                                      We have wide ranging experience of working with Offender Managers and in delivering            services and experience.
                                      services in Probation Trust premises so have extensive practical knowledge and
                                      understanding of working protocols.
                                      Ease delivers services across Greater Manchester in the North West and Northumbria and
                                      County Durham/Tees Valley in the North East.


                                      TFMP is currently making the transition to become a workers’ co-operative, led by and for        We would like to Outreach to similar organisations that have similar objectives to Identify,
                                      young people. The aim of the co-operative is to identify, engage, support and encourage          engage, support and encourage young people who are excluded or marginalised. The group
                    West              young people who are excluded or marginalised. In particular, it will be focused on young        of young people to support in particular would include unemployed graduates and those not
Birmingham
                   Midlands           people who are NEET. This method of working means we will be able to utilise our skill in        in employment, education or training to use and maximise their potential abilities to become
                                      engaging young people, particularly those who are disadvantaged or hard to reach, and            effective contributors in society. To create awareness of our Youth Inquiry to the August
                                      enable them to take part in projects to help them develop and fulfil their goals.                2011 riots see outreachprojecttfmp.wordpress.com
                                                                                                                                       We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a regional and local
                                      We are a charity and group of social enterprises which provides solutions for community          presence to develop our work further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with
Newcastle        North East           cohesion, community safety, employability, financial inclusion, capacity building and directly   others in consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have
                                      creates employment for local people                                                              experience of working with offenders. We offer considerable experience of consortia working
                                                                                                                                       and have well developed business management processes.
                                      ESCAPE is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, ESCAPE has worked in
                                      Northumberland for 16 years and provides support, counselling and educational information
                                      for substance users, their families, carers, including kinship carers and where possible
                                      mediate between the family and user to alleviate the problems experienced and distress
                                      caused by substance use. ESCAPE provides Tier 2 (advice, advocacy, information, 24 hr
                                      crisis support) and Tier 3 services (including Person Centred Counselling and CBT,
Newcastle        North East           Structured Care Programmes and therapies). Aimed at recovery and move on services such We wish to find out more about the opportunities for training delivery and meet like-minded
                                      as housing support; support to employability, volunteering and mentoring. Our core aim is organisations who wish to collaborate.
                                      to move people through treatment and into long term stable recovery. ESCAPE works with
                                      some of the most excluded individuals in Northumberland with often complex issues,
                                      including Child Protection; Domestic Violence and Abuse; Housing; Debt; Offending and
                                      Social Exclusion, unemployment, mental health dual diagnosis. A number of our trustees are
                                      ex service users and we involve service users in the development, delivery and evaluation of
                                      our work, to ensure we continue to develop services that address the needs of the local
 Redruth           Cornwall

 Redruth           Cornwall
 Redruth           Cornwall
 Redruth           Cornwall

 Redruth           Cornwall

 Redruth           Cornwall




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                                                                                Background                                                                                        Objective
   City             Region

 Redruth           Cornwall

 Redruth           Cornwall
 Redruth           Cornwall
 Redruth           Cornwall
 Redruth           Cornwall
                                      St Peter’s Partnerships (SPP) is a community anchor organisation established by a group of
                                      St Peter’s ward residents in Ashton in 1998 prior to forming as a registered charity in 2003. It
                                      brings people together to promote a range of community-led initiatives, which tackle the
                                      underlying long-term difficulties facing this regeneration area.
                                      The organisation is made up of both charity and trading operations. The charity arm is
                                      centred around our work with children, young people and their families, delivering a range of      To gain greater understanding about the requirements for grant application to support our
                                      services within the ward including volunteering opportunities and youth & community                application.
Manchester       North West           outreach work, childcare and parenting classes developed through consultation and active           To meet potential partners who can compliment our skillset and we can work alongside to
                                      participation with residents. The trading arm comprises of 3 not-for-profit community              build on our experience
                                      enterprises which operate across Tameside and beyond: Greenscape, a landscape &                    To gain a greater insight into the appetite on a local level for this initiative
                                      gardening business; Safeguard It delivering community safety services; Enterprise Plus
                                      specialising in Information, Advice & Guidance, employment & training. All deliver
                                      specialised work experience opportunities, skills training and workshops through our “grow
                                      our own” Community Workforce model.
                                      SPP is also working in partnership with TMBC, Greater Manchester Probation Trust and
                                      other stakeholders is already delivering a Local Integrated Services pilot focusing on
                                                                                                                                         We seek partners for a wider employment and training consortium for which we, with our
                                                                                                                                         leverage in the industry, would be the specialist construction-focused arm,
                                                                                                                                         and/or,
                                      The Construction Youth Trust’s national offender programme works both inside institutions
                                                                                                                                          We seek local partners to form practical projects to provide construction-related or
Manchester       North West           and out in the community to help offenders into education, training, and ultimately long-term
                                                                                                                                         environment-focused work for ex-offenders as a context for skills training and progression.
                                      employment in the construction industry.
                                                                                                                                         With our national reach, experience in working with offenders and strong profile, we can
                                                                                                                                         help develop and manage such a project and provide training and progression opportunities


Manchester       North West
Manchester       North West
Manchester       North West

                            Since 1999, Aspire has provided employment, accredited training and work placement
                            opportunities to over 400 clients from the most deprived areas of Bristol, including ex-
                            offenders, long-term unemployed and ex-homeless.We offer work experience,
                            apprenticeships and employment within our social enterprise businesses, ranging from
                            painting and decorating to gardening, window cleaning and property refurbishment. Our
                            clients are referred to Aspire from numerous services across the city, including Avon and   We are constantly developing existing and considering building partnerships to increase the
 Taunton         South West Somerset Probation Service, homeless hostels and Jobcentre Plus.At the end of their work effectiveness and scope of our work. We wish to assess the appropriateness of Aspire using
                            placement, 88% of clients report an increase in confidence and over the last two years 43% this opportunity to develop our work with ex-offenders.
                            of employees have moved into permanent employment. Over the past year, 26% of
                            employees have gained an NVQ qualification with a 93% pass rate. Re-offending rates are
                            monitored, with no clients re-offending when with us. We have also seen the positive impact
                            of employment on family life that goes beyond the immediate benefit to the individual.




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                                                                                Background                                                                                      Objective
   City               Region

                                        We are a medium sized housing organisation with a small social enterprise element, both of We would like to work with other organisations in the South East and South West to develop
 Taunton           South West
                                        which deliver training and employment outcomes.                                            consortia with the aim of delivering routes to education and employability training.
 Taunton           South West
                    Yorks &
  Leeds
                    Humber
                     West
Birmingham
                    Midlands


                      West
Birmingham
                     Midlands


                               Spent 3 years developing and running social enterprises in Derby the most relevant of which
                               was a recruitment agency working with, amongst others, Sudbury open prison. Have spent
                                                                                                                           To identify opportunities to either start a social enterprise or become part of a larger
 Leicester       East Midlands the last 3.5 years working for a large corporate organisation involved in manufacturing.
                                                                                                                           organisation
                               Having recently taken voluntary redundancy I am keen to bring these skills to the social
                               enterprise sector
 Leicester       East Midlands
 Liverpool         Merseyside
 Liverpool         Merseyside

 Liverpool         Merseyside
                                                                                                                                         We want to meet like minded individuals and organisations with a national presence to
                                        We are a Social Enterprise organisation providing Print and Fulfilment work. Our primary aim develop our presence further. We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in
 London               London            is to provide work based training opportunities for adults with learning difficulties and mental consortia. We would be keen to form partnerships with organisations that have experience of
                                        illness. We reinvest the profits generated by our commercial work back into our people.          working with offenders, have well developed business management processes and previous
                                                                                                                                         experience of working as part of a consortia.
 London               London
 London               London
 London               London
 London               London
 London               London

 London               London

 London               London
 London               London
 London               London
 London               London
 London               London

 London               London




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                                                                                   Background                                                                                             Objective
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   N/A                  N/A


                                                                                                                                            We would like to meet organisations that have an interest in bringing professional design and
                              ADP Projects CIC are a Social Enterprise providing design, space planning and project management
                                                                                                                                            management skills to community projects. We want to raise the “bar of expectation and aspiration”
                              services to charitable, community and voluntary organisations nationwide. We work with
                                                                                                                                            and move away from the “make do and mend” approach. Part of our work provides practical
                              organisations to create practical, stunning and sustainable buildings and spaces, which will both
Leicester       East Midlands                                                                                                               solutions to the functionality of a building with effective space planning of the interior. Another
                              inspire and motivate communities to use and enjoy them.       With a trusted network of associates
                                                                                                                                            focuses on ensuring the experience of the user is enhanced through the creativity of our designs.
                              ADP Projects CIC are able to assist with market research, business planning, feasibility and bid
                                                                                                                                            With an improved experience, the visitor will want to stay longer and return, generating income and
                              writing.
                                                                                                                                            ultimately sustainable.
                                       Social Firms UK is the national support and membership organisation for the development of the
                                       Social Firm and Work Integration Social Enterprise (WISE) sector in the UK. A Social Firm is a
                    East of
 St Neots                              market-led social enterprise set up specifically to create good quality jobs for people severely     To learn more about the programme and identify potential opportunities
                    England            disadvantaged in the labour market and WISEs focus on improving their employment prospects
                                       though a wider range of work-based opportunities.
                                                                                                                                            We are interested in partnering with other organisations whose work with offenders compliments the
                                       Mayday Trust provides; 220 units of supported accommodation across Warwickshire, Bedfordshire        work that we do. We are also interested in working with organisations with different or national
                                       and Northamptonshire. The ‘Mayday Offer’ accredited learning which is numeracy, Literacy, pre        coverage to enable us to reach more people. We are interested in consortia or partnerships as we
                    East of            tenancy support; floating support to young people in Northampton; entry into volunteering and        currently have a lot of involvement in this area. We have memorandums of understanding with two
 St Neots
                    England            employment- 40% of people coming to us last year gained EET; Specialised schemes for people with     organisations and are working in 3 local consortia. We believe as a medium size charity we offer
                                       Learning disabilities and people with mental health issues; We work with a significant number of     quality services and appropriate accommodation. We are interested in working as a core member of
                                       people coming from prisons, up to 50% in some schemes                                                a consortia or as a sub contractor. We are interested in working with partners who have experience
                                                                                                                                            of working in prisons or statutory providers who are seeking a third sector provider

                    East of                                                                                                                 To meet other like minded organisations with a view to working in partnership in delivering our
 St Neots                              Provides business advice & training to new start-up businesses
                    England                                                                                                                 specialist service to ex-offenders
                                       Gem Community Interest Company caters for the local community in Luton area. We render
                                       several services to the community including the following- Youth ablaze: Youth mentoring
                                       and Training :Big lottery funded , Parenting Classes :SFSC [Strengthening Families
                    East of            Strengthening Communities Course],Changing Paradigms {In partnership with The learning We are interested in the opportunity to work with others in consortia. We would be keen to
 St Neots
                    England            Partnership Bedford and Luton Ltd}, Business Start up and Social Enterprise Start Up.    form partnerships with organisations that have experience of working with offenders
                                       Community Engagement and Development. Family support. Gem Start up Course for NEET
                                       month ,clients work towards NVQ 1-3

                                       We maintain family ties between prisoners and their children through the production of CDs/
                                       DVDs of imprisoned parents reading a story to their children. We deliver audio and video
   N/A                  N/A                                                                                                          We are interested in the possibility of working with other organisations as part of consortia.
                                       production to prisoners thereby enabling them to improve their IT skills, confidence and
                                       employability. We continue to deliver further training to a few prisoners upon their release.


   N/A                  N/A


Birmingham      West Midlands

Birmingham      West Midlands




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                                                   Interests                                                                    Experience
                                                                                                                                                                                   Rating    Event


Employability, Offender Management, Financial Inclusion, Health, Community              High - we also provide support to others in developing consortia based upon our
                                                                                                                                                                                   High       No
Safety                                                                                  knowledge and expertise




Building new Social (and micro- social) Enterprise businesses. Disability issues.
                                                                                        Some                                                                                      Medium      Yes
Environmental and social value projects.




We are interested in providing Education training for you people NEETs .EX-
                                                                                        None                                                                                       Low        No
Offenders, Offenders, Lone Parents ,Disabled People ,Early Intervention kids




                                                                                        GAVCA has led several consortia projects in the past: we were the lead agency for
                                                                                        our local infrastructure consortium under the Government’s ChangeUp Programme
Supporting the VCS to bid for, and win, public service contracts. Support and           and are currently the lead for the Transforming Local Infrastructure Programme. We
leading VCS consortia. We have previously led a consortium of VCOs delivering           are also leading a Big Lottery BASIS project. Finally, we have also led a multi-sector     High       Yes
services to reduce reoffending and so have a particular interest in this area of work   consortium to deliver various projects to increase VCS engagement in the
                                                                                        Integrated Offender Management, funded by the Home Office and supported by
                                                                                        CLINKS.


Mental health and well-being, advocacy, peer mentoring, family support                  high                                                                                       High       No




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                                                   Interests                                                                 Experience
                                                                                                                                                                           Rating    Event




Veteran’s Services, employment services, therapeutic services, training providers.    A little experience in previous employment.                                          Low        Yes




                                                                                      We currently work in partnership with Northumberland College, Sunderland
                                                                                      University Centre for Life Long Learning, The Workers Education Association
                                                                                      (WEA), Northumberland Fire Brigade Union and the Port of Blyth Training Services
Accredited, non accredited and vocational educational opportunities, all aspects of
                                                                                      to provide a wide variety of educational/training opportunities to local people.
employment support and working with people to improve their skills, abilities and
                                                                                      These partnerships have proved very successful and have provided our centre with     High       Yes
enable them to become more work ready by providing them with the appropriate
                                                                                      a greater variety of services to offer local people. Our building supports Bliss
training to fulfil their individual needs.
                                                                                      Mediation, Credit Union, Citizens Advice Bureau, Disabled Forum and Cease 24
                                                                                      and so we have a fully functioning one stop shop to provide a greater variety of
                                                                                      support services to support virtually every need.




Wide ranging. Interested in meeting delivery organisations that offer something
different to (ex)offenders on their path to re-settlement and cessation from          High                                                                                 High       Yes
offending.




Looking to examine potential for an employment / training based SE with a land        Some. Have worked in a number of consortia/partnership bids in the past with a
                                                                                                                                                                          Medium      Yes
based or sustainablility theme.                                                       range of organisations.




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                                                   Interests                                                                 Experience
                                                                                                                                                                         Rating    Event




Particularly interested in working in prisons, Social Enterprise and developing job
                                                                                       Some – we are members of 3SC and No Offence                                      Medium      Yes
opportunities.




                                                                                       Sefton CVS has significant experience as an organisation of working within a
                                                                                       consortia context. Sefton CVS is a founding member of VOLA, a Merseyside
                                                                                       consortia supporting the involvement of VCF Sector organisations across
My interests include leading on criminal justice related developments, issues          Merseyside in delivering learning and development programmes. Sefton CVS has
relating to Civil Society, VCF Sector representation, and partnership working, and I   also been a founding member (and accountable body) of the Greater Merseyside      High       Yes
am the lead for environmental and general VCF Sector policy related issues             ChangeUp programme, and other sub-regional and regional related partnerships
                                                                                       and related consortia, and has been pro-actively considering opportunities to
                                                                                       strengthen consortia working within Sefton and wider Merseyside, particularly
                                                                                       relating to the CJS System.



Basic Skills development
Driving
                                                                                       Some                                                                             Medium      Yes
Evaluation
Sport




Personal financial management and business entrepreneurship.                           None.                                                                             Low        No




Preventing crime and reducing reoffending, with a particular focus on short term
                                                                                       None                                                                              Low        Yes
prisoners




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                                                   Interests                                                                 Experience
                                                                                                                                                                              Rating    Event


                                                                                      High – we have delivered on behalf of the Neighbourhood Learning Consortium for
                                                                                      the last seven years, and have also delivered on behalf of the Plymouth Learning
Vocational training within set sectors that could potentially lead to employment or   Trust (formerly Tamar Valley Consortium) for the last six years. We are also in the
                                                                                                                                                                              High       Yes
further education for the offender.                                                   process of becoming a member of the Community Learning Trust that is due to be
                                                                                      set up within the next six months, of which the lead organisation will be Plymouth
                                                                                      City Council.



Content in pdf document                                                               None                                                                                    Low        Yes




My personal interests are fishing and 1800 politics and war strategies
My professional interests are to help people who have a similar past to myself
                                                                                      Some, we are working in a consortium currently but one which is based on common
overcome them and to working at strategic a strategic level with similar thinking                                                                                            Medium      Yes
                                                                                      sense and also one which is not constituted and governed.
people




Removing barriers through environmental projects that enable individuals to reach
                                                                                      Little                                                                                  Low        Yes
their full potential,



Fully funded apprenticeships and long term, sustainable employment.                   Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes




Fully funded apprenticeships and long term, sustainable employment.                   Some                                                                                   Medium      No




Private rented sector accommodation. Support. Multiple complex needs. Activities,
learning and volunteering opportunities                                               None                                                                                    Low        Yes




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                                                   Interests                                                                  Experience
                                                                                                                                                                               Rating    Event




Sustainable recycling projects that benefit individuals, both male and female, their
                                                                                       Limited to NOMS 1 and NOMS 2 in the North East and North West of England               Medium      Yes
families and their local communities




Any project that engages with those hardest to reach including offenders and ex-
                                                                                       None                                                                                    Low        Yes
offenders.




Our bl&sthroughProgrammebrings togetherEntrepreneurship,Transformation,
Mentoring& Resettlement Servicescollaborating with multiple providers to deliver
                                                                                       bl&st Foundation has extensiveexperiencein setting up and managing partnerships,
sustainable and replicable solutions,devised to achieve our vision and stated
                                                                                       with a multiple agencies and providers in both commercial and CVS sectors;bl&st
mission; “To provide business life and skills training programmes which educate                                                                                                High       Yes
                                                                                       believe this is the most effective and dynamic method for the delivery of sustained
and transform the lives of prisoners and ex-offenders, by gaining the skills &
                                                                                       resettlement services.
qualifications needed to successfully re-integration into society, following their
release from prison”.




Particularly interested in working in prisons, Social Enterprise and developing job
                                                                                       Some – we are members of 3SC and No Offence                                            Medium      Yes
opportunities.




                                                                                   High: We have extensive experience of forming consortia, leading consortia, being
Working with hard to reach group and disadvantaged people to improve their life by
                                                                                   members of consortia. Our knowledge and skills have been utilised by other                  High       Yes
accessing enterprise and employment opportunities
                                                                                   organisations to help the create successful consortia




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                                                                                   High: We have extensive experience of forming consortia, leading consortia, being
Working with hard to reach group and disadvantaged people to improve their life by
                                                                                   members of consortia. Our knowledge and skills have been utilised by other                High       No
accessing enterprise and employment opportunities
                                                                                   organisations to help the create successful consortia



We are particularly interested in social enterprises working within the social
                                                                                     High                                                                                    High       Yes
housing, construction and environmental/recycling sectors.


We are particularly interested in social enterprises working within the social
                                                                                     High                                                                                    High       Yes
housing, construction and environmental/recycling sectors.



Offering opportunities to individuals to a better way of living.                     Very Little                                                                             Low        Yes




Offering opportunities to individuals to a better way of living.                     Very Little                                                                             Low        Yes




                                                                                     BES has developed consortia partnerships and been a delivery member of various
Enterprise support, including self-employment, and continued support for social      consortia models for over 15 years. We currently deliver contracts within
enterprises who wish to work through the criminal justice system, public sector ande partnerships and through consortia, locally, regionally and nationally. BES has, in     High       Yes
the wider commercial private sector.                                                 the past, been sub-contracted by the LSC to research and develop consortia
                                                                                     working within the Welfare to Work agenda in a number of regions across the UK.




Offenders, ex-offenders and their families                                           Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes




Partnership development. Lifework would be interested in working with other
organisations with similar ethos and mission to our own and/or other organisations   Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes
that would complement the opportunities we are able to offer.

Partnership development, Supply chain management, strategic development,
organisations delivering physical and social regeneration activities in the West     High                                                                                    High       Yes
Midlands


Developing holistic interventions to tackle issues that face society.                High                                                                                    High       Yes




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We are interested in setting up a training delivery consortium to deliver training in all
social care related topics to a variety of target audiences including GPs, Social         We have been partners with various similar organisations but wish to develop a
                                                                                                                                                                            Medium      Yes
Services, Service Users, families, carers and volunteers which include the early          more formal arrangement for the future.
warning signs, recognition and handling of intoxicated clients, parenting skills etc.




We are interested in setting up a training delivery consortium to deliver training in all
social care related topics to a variety of target audiences including GPs, Social         We have been partners with various similar organisations but wish to develop a
                                                                                                                                                                            Medium      No
Services, Service Users, families, carers and volunteers which include the early          more formal arrangement for the future.
warning signs, recognition and handling of intoxicated clients, parenting skills etc.




                                                                                                                                                                             Low        Yes




Consortia operational management, employability training, working with those
                                                                                      High experience of consortia management and development.                               High       Yes
furthest from the jobs market.




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Cycling and community based environmental activities                                High                                                                                    High       Yes




Estate Management, Catering, Retail, Domestic Care and anything else we could       As a wholly owned subsidiary of Framework Housing Association, EVE Trades has
                                                                                                                                                                            High       No
realistically provide.                                                              significant experience of working as part of a consortia.



                                                                                    We have worked in a number of consortia
                                                                                    1. Currently with East Hampshire District Council, Westridge Construction and
High quality employer led training Work experience and employment Sussex and
                                                                                    WtW: Wate Works
Kent.                                                                                                                                                                       High       No
                                                                                    2. With Brighton University, HMP Ford, Greenfuels td and West Sussex County
                                                                                    Council: successfully bid for Innovation funding from NESTA and were finalists in
                                                                                    the Big Green Challenge for Oil Works (formerly WORPP).



                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       No



                                                                                    We have significant experience of working both as part of a consortia and as a sub
Volunteer promotion, brokerage and support. Back to work/employability support.                                                                                             High       Yes
                                                                                    contracted partner in the delivery of a range of diverse contracts and projects.



                                                                                                                                                                                       No
                                                                                                                                                                                       No
We independently certify genuine social enterprises who, once certified, are
licensed to hold the Social Enterprise Mark throughout the UK. We promote these
businesses to a wide variety of audiences including consumers and customers to
                                                                                    High                                                                                    High       Yes
raise the profile of the business model and to encourage more business for Mark
Holders as there is greater awareness of the benefits of buying from a Social
Enterprise
                                                                                    Our experience of consortia is high, we have developed a number of consortia to
To ensure that relevant and appropriate support is secured for the sector, to       successfully secure and deliver large contracts. SENW’s strength is in facilitating
challenge and change dominant practice and values enabling the sector to actively   consortia, developing strong partnership agreements, memorandum of
                                                                                                                                                                            High       No
engage in the delivery of products and services. To ensure that the Social          understanding and delivery contracts. SENW does not engage in the delivery of
Enterprise Sector in the North West is robust and sustainable.                      contracts is the accountable and lead role within the consortia, accountable to the
                                                                                    consortia and accountable for the delivery of the work.




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                                                                                     Our experience of consortia is high, we have developed a number of consortia to
To ensure that relevant and appropriate support is secured for the sector, to        successfully secure and deliver large contracts. SENW’s strength is in facilitating
challenge and change dominant practice and values enabling the sector to actively    consortia, developing strong partnership agreements, memorandum of
                                                                                                                                                                             High       No
engage in the delivery of products and services. To ensure that the Social           understanding and delivery contracts. SENW does not engage in the delivery of
Enterprise Sector in the North West is robust and sustainable.                       contracts is the accountable and lead role within the consortia, accountable to the
                                                                                     consortia and accountable for the delivery of the work.


                                                                                     The organisation has no experience of working as part of a consortia however the
Supporting individuals who have been marginalised from society.                                                                                                              Low        Yes
                                                                                     CEO brings previous experience from another role.



Supporting consortia development and strengthening management capacity of
organisations that have considerable insight, expertise and can reach offenders but High- currently delivering many programmes as lead partner.a                             High       Yes
need support with management and control aspects of service delivery.




Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                         High                                                                                    High       Yes




(1) Helping ex-offenders into work through excellence and employer facing services
(2) Provide branded channel to market for items/products that can be manufactured
in prison. We have strong associations with outdoor/garden retailer in particular.
                                                                                      High                                                                                   High       Yes
Keen to explore a joint venture Social Enterprise that links work done in prison with
direct employment opportunities on release. (3) Fundraising opportunities for joint
venture operations/projects




Rehabilitation, Accommodation-based support, Social enterprise, Mentoring,           Some experience to varying degrees across the UK from tendering as a lead
Befriending, Elderly offenders, Veteran offenders, Mentally disordered offenders,    provider for joint pieces of work (Such as the recent PBR Innovation pilot with
                                                                                                                                                                            Medium      Yes
PBR innovations                                                                      Hertfordshire Council, Probation Trust and Police) to being a sub-prime provider in
                                                                                     much larger contracts (NOMS ESF co-finance).


Health
IAG                                                                                  High. We have delivered and continue to do so a wide range of consortia contracts
Community projects                                                                   and programmes across all areas of our delivery, including adult learning, health,
                                                                                                                                                                             High       Yes
Adult learning                                                                       employment and volunteering.
Family support
Volunteering




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We are interested in helping organisations/networks/consortia across the North         High. We have experience in developing and facilitating the development of
West to make the most of the NOMs ESF Social Enterprise opportunity. We are            consortia, networks and partnerships across the North West with a view to helping
keen without fear or favour help develop the ESF element of various proposals          organisations access European funds. We have are members of various local, sub-
                                                                                                                                                                                High       Yes
being put forward from the North West in response to this opportunity. We are          regional and regional networks across the North West and have been instrumental
interested also in exploring the synergy and added value we can offer in various       in setting up the North West Third Sector SPV.
proposals through our current ESF Technical Assistance contract.
                                                                                       I have personally worked as part of many consortia on a variety of bids. Also sat on
Preventing Re-offending, supporting and developing community enterprises within        a number of national panels and the Local Strategic partnership. Goodwin work on
                                                                                                                                                                                High       Yes
the field.                                                                             projects to the value of 10m per annum and this requires a great deal of partnership
                                                                                       and consortia working.


Health & social care
                                                                                       High                                                                                     High       Yes
Employment initiatives



                                                                                                                                                                                           No



Resettlement work, sustainability, Regional projects                                   Some                                                                                    Medium      Yes




Offender related projects, reducing reoffending, public protection.
                                                                                       Some                                                                                    Medium      Yes
Working in partnership.




Restorative justice albeit at one remove,helping the environment,but primarily
providing meaningful activity for people in prison.Working on MCF projects gives
                                                                                       None                                                                                     Low        Yes
the opportunity to do something useful for others less well off,learn new skills and
gain qualifications.

                                                                                       JLTrianing provides training and Job Brokerage services to Probation Trusts in the
JLTraining are interested in developing sustainable social enterprise partnerships
                                                                                       North West working in partnership with a full range of voluntary sector
that will provide rehabilitative support and employment routes for offenders in the
                                                                                       organisations. We are currently working with Ex-Cell Solutions, Co-Operative and         High       No
community. We wish to attend these events to participate in NOMs partnership
                                                                                       Mutual Solutions Ltd and Manchester First to develop social enterprise consortia in
development and funding opportunities.
                                                                                       Greater Manchester and Cheshire.
                                                                                       JLTrianing provides training and Job Brokerage services to Probation Trusts in the
JLTraining are interested in developing sustainable social enterprise partnerships
                                                                                       North West working in partnership with a full range of voluntary sector
that will provide rehabilitative support and employment routes for offenders in the
                                                                                       organisations. We are currently working with Ex-Cell Solutions, Co-Operative and         High       No
community. We wish to attend these events to participate in NOMs partnership
                                                                                       Mutual Solutions Ltd and Manchester First to develop social enterprise consortia in
development and funding opportunities.
                                                                                       Greater Manchester and Cheshire.

Eco-friendly projects, fashion and textiles, provision of multiple pathways for
                                                                                       None                                                                                     Low        Yes
vulnerable people and sustainability




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                                                                                        No experience, I have raised £150k for various charities, been on the Victim support
Empowerment and personal development of not only myself but others                      (WM)management board as a fundraiser, I have a strong portfolio showing                   Low        Yes
                                                                                        evidence of working with lots of companies, working with media and marketing.




Empowerment and personal development of offenders/ex-offenders. Raising their
self-esteem and interpersonal skills and educating the positive goings on within the None                                                                                         Low        Yes
CJS.




We are fairly small (£10.5m turnover, 250 employees) we cover most of the East
and West Midlands, the North West and Derbyshire. We are interested in any
                                                                                        Some experience of working in formal consortia, lots of experience of working in
social enterprises that utilise our existing strengths or teach us new things; we are
                                                                                        partnership. We have strong legal, financial and business growth capacity and can
able to diversify and are particularly interested in green technology, asset                                                                                                     Medium      No
                                                                                        bring a lot of useful skills and professionalism to a consortium. We would be willing
management, catering and hospitality, craft and seasonal gift production. We
                                                                                        to lead or join a consortia as a sub-contractor
would consider any viable business proposition that offered opportunities to
vulnerable people and had a viable economic output.

Developing a social enterprise in the south west region centred on ex prisoners
making audio and video material to benefit the local community e.g Storybook Dads None                                                                                            Low        Yes
DVDS for separated families, promotional DVDs for charities/SMEs.




Female offenders, mental health and well being                                          No                                                                                        Low        Yes




Social Enterprise, we are developing a food recycling project in Shropshire.            High                                                                                      High       No




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Increasing variety of skills training offered to offenders and using skilled offenders to
                                                                                          None                                                                             Low        Yes
help save public bodies money.




Projects for employment and training provision; projects providing practical
                                                                                        High                                                                               High       Yes
construction-related or environment-focused work for ex-offenders




Drug and alcohol misuse, offending, mental health, Mentoring, volunteering,             We have years of experience of being a member of Merseyside and Wirral wide
                                                                                                                                                                           High       Yes
accredited training and employability support.                                          consortiums and of setting up consortiums




All sporting activities, creative arts.                                                                                                                                    High       No

Reducing re-offending, Gangs, Sexual exploitation, Women specific, Community-
based working, Peer and mentor involvement                                              Little (We have been in a partnership for almost a year but have not yet fully
Grass root organisations, Housing providers                                             established our company or Consortium)                                             Low        Yes
Health providers


Reducing re-offending, Gangs, Sexual exploitation, Women specific, Community-
based working, Peer and mentor involvement                                              Little (We have been in a partnership for almost a year but have not yet fully
Grass root organisations, Housing providers                                             established our company or Consortium)                                             Low        Yes
Health providers


Reducing re-offending, Gangs, Sexual exploitation, Women specific, Community-
based working, Peer and mentor involvement                                              Little (We have been in a partnership for almost a year but have not yet fully
Grass root organisations, Housing providers                                             established our company or Consortium)                                             Low        No
Health providers




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The Trust is a Third Sector organisation delivering employability and skills training
to the most disadvantaged jobseekers in West London, with particular expertise in       Some                                   Medium      Yes
working with disabled people and those with a history of offending.




Environmental, re-cycling and eco friendly projects                                     Some                                   Medium      Yes




Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                            High                                    High       No




Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                            High                                    High       No




Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                            High                                    High       Yes




Sports, Healthy Living and House Maintenance.                                           None                                    Low        Yes




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Supporting people with disabilities into employment, worklessness and long term      Successful in securing European PEARS funding which was one of the few
                                                                                                                                                               Medium      Yes
unemployed.                                                                          successful projects across Europe.




(1) Helping ex-offenders into work through excellence and employer facing services
(2) Provide branded channel to market for items/products that can be manufactured
in prison. We have strong associations with outdoor/garden retailer in particular.
                                                                                      High                                                                      High       No
Keen to explore a joint venture Social Enterprise that links work done in prison with
direct employment opportunities on release. (3) Fundraising opportunities for joint
venture operations/projects




As Head of Training & Employment, Jan is responsible for driving the development
and performance of our Training and Employment services. Jan’s team deliver
training and employment opportunities for local people, and as part of our           ESF and Future Jobs Fund                                                   Low        No
commitment to improving lives, Jan has recently introduced new opportunities
through the New Horizions project in the North West, working with young offenders




Property refurbishment and maintenence, gardening and landscaping and window
                                                                                                                                                                High       No
cleaning services




Offenders/ ex-offenders, Mentoring, Work, Faith                                                                                                                 Low        Yes




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Self -employment training, collaboration.                                                                                                                                     Medium      Yes




We are looking at the alternative interventions such as, creative arts, gardening,
cooking, interior/exterior decorating, and writing. Our consortium would combine
                                                                                        Some to high. Every project we do is done in partnership with other organizations.
some of these with probation, housing, and other treatments such as alcohol and                                                                                                High       Yes
                                                                                        This is the way we work as is the case with most arts organizations.
drug abuse. We would also join forces with community groups or companies who
are interested in creative services to better their environment or products.
Acumen has run Contracts Matter for four years and is interested in using this as a
                                                                                        High – Acumen has previously managed consortia of social enterprises specialising
model for capacity building for the voluntary, community and social enterprise
                                                                                        in learning and employment. Acumen was part of the 3SC consortium with Wise
sectors in the North East. Acumen is interested in developing new investment                                                                                                   High       Yes
                                                                                        Group, Five Lamps and a number of other providers which was short listed for the
models to finance contracts. Acumen would also like to increase existing links with
                                                                                        last round of ESF co-financing.
large employers to develop employment opportunities.
Acumen has run Contracts Matter for four years and is interested in using this as a
                                                                                        High – Acumen has previously managed consortia of social enterprises specialising
model for capacity building for the voluntary, community and social enterprise
                                                                                        in learning and employment. Acumen was part of the 3SC consortium with Wise
sectors in the North East. Acumen is interested in developing new investment                                                                                                   High       Yes
                                                                                        Group, Five Lamps and a number of other providers which was short listed for the
models to finance contracts. Acumen would also like to increase existing links with
                                                                                        last round of ESF co-financing.
large employers to develop employment opportunities.
Education, training and employment. Programme delivery.                                 Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes



Our specialist area is print and fulfilment                                                                                                                                    Low        Yes




Our specialist area is print and fulfilment                                                                                                                                    Low        No




Employment, skills and training, social enterprise, social investment,                  Considerable experience in working in partnership and as a consortia member            High       Yes




All areas of potential service supply to the Prison Service and to all related public
                                                                                        High Levels of experience of working to develop consortia.                             High       Yes
sector areas of commissioning and procurement.



                                                                                                                                                                                          No




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Addressing health, mental health, health inequalities, homelessness, deprivation,
worklessness and lack of skills whilst encouraging participation and enabling          High                                                                                    High       Yes
community cohesion




Supporting organisations within the criminal justice field. Encouraging community
                                                                                       Some                                                                                    Low        Yes
engagement. Helping develop consortia. Organising and facilitating events.




                                                                                       Bliss has delivered projects under the employability Service umbrella that was in
                                                                                       South East Northumberland. We work as part of kind of consortium providing
                                                                                       training this was not a constituted consortium but the same approach. Experience of
                                                                                       working to targets and deadlines, delivering ESF, DWP, NRF, DAF Contract all
Family work, training, Counselling.                                                                                                                                           Medium      No
                                                                                       ended successfully. Bliss has SLA contracts with Housing providers operating a
                                                                                       payment by deliver mediation service, and have excellent feedback. Managed
                                                                                       LOTTERY Grant and Coalfield Regeneration all on a large scale projects. Bliss
                                                                                       would welcome the opportunity to be part of the consortium.



Environmental friendly company. Disability awareness friendly. Expanding the           Small amount. Look at this 2 years ago as a means of partnership working people
service deliver to create long term sustainability. This work has already begun with   are not easily to get on board. Would seek to play an active role in setting a          Low        No
many SLA Contracts, excellent at performance and deadlines set in contracts.           consortium if require.




                                                                                                                                                                                          No




                                                                                 High. Action Acton has led education/training/employment consortiums and
Joint ventures. . Education, training, employment for adult and young offenders;
                                                                                 partnerships of other. Voluntary groups and is also a member of large consortiums
employer engagement, self employment opportunities for offenders development of                                                                                                High       Yes
                                                                                 led by Prime contractors
social enterprises




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Landscaping, environmental management and sustainability; recycling and new
waste diversion ideas; catering opportunities and training; potential to develop new
                                                                                     A little experience of this                              Low        Yes
prison industries – Blue Sky is establishing new manufacturing operation in a prison
in Surrey.




Developing with delivery of unique concept offender projects                                                                                 Medium      Yes




Offender Health, Peer Mentoring, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Cultural Competence
                                                                                       Some experience of working as part of a consortia     Medium      Yes
Training,




Offender Health, Peer Mentoring, Recovery, Rehabilitation, Cultural Competence
                                                                                       Some experience of working as part of a consortia     Medium      Yes
Training,




Recovery and abstinence based interventions for alcohol dependent individuals          Little                                                 Low        No




Ground clearance and maintenance, property maintenance and renovation, parks,
                                                                                       None                                                   Low        No
gardens and byways.



                                                                                                                                                         No


                                                                                                                                                         No




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Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                         High                                                                                       High       No




Reducing inequalities of skills, employability, health & wellbeing and life chances for
people and communities in Greater Manchester. Specific emphasis on enabling             High – involved in membership and leadership of a range of consortia and formal
                                                                                                                                                                                High       Yes
voluntary organisations and social enterprises to contribute to reducing reoffending, partnerships.
improving mental health, reducing isolation & maintaining independence.




                                                                                     Since 2007, this organisation has linked with the Social Enterprise Coalition that has
                                                                                     empowering us in the social business, Initially we did set up a membership strategy
                                                                                     that has enabled us to develop a sharing of resources and services at a voluntary
                                                                                     ground, then we did work with East London Social Enterprise to set up Third Sector
Fact 2006, has a deep interest in the Skill Development, Apprenticeship and Work     Consortium (3SC) as a gateway for Social Enterprise Coalition to access services
Experience that we have successfully build our expertise to meet the needs of our    public contract. As the bid was successful we did been involved in the                    Medium      Yes
members and those of our beneficiary who are accessing our services.                 implementation of services as end delivery partner where we did provide the Jobs
                                                                                     Fund Program to the young people under benefit. We have build good expertise in
                                                                                     the delivery process, reporting and access to online document, assessment
                                                                                     process, reception of the clients from the Benefit Office, training and apprenticeship
                                                                                     management, employment referral and young people access to the employment.




Contributing to regenerating local communities by bringing empty homes back into
use as supported accommodation.
Working with private landlord sector to increase the supply of housing to people
                                                                                     We work in partnership with Connect housing, Fresh Horizons and Canopy Housing
who are disadvantaged through current social housing criteria. Providing on site
                                                                                     Project as part of the ENGAGE scheme bringing empty and disused PRS properties             Low        No
training and volunteering opportunities in the construction trades to People who are
                                                                                     back into use.
finding hard to access the job market.




Learning, personal growth and development through fun activities or time limited
                                                                                     Some                                                                                      Medium      Yes
workshops




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Working with those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness – developing their
employability through work experience and learning. Working with those in society Some                                                                                      Medium      No
who are socially excluded.




                                                                                     Some – part of a formal consortium of four voluntary organisations in Leeds looking
Social Enterprise, Empty Homes, Apprenticeships, Volunteering, Localism.                                                                                                    Medium      Yes
                                                                                     at potential for joint-bidding / shared work / skills exchanges, etc.

                                                                                                                                                                                        No

                                                                                     High                                                                                    High       Yes



Presence in Policy Making                                                            None                                                                                    Low        No




Delivery social enterprises offering innovative solutions to offenders.              High                                                                                    High       Yes




                                                                                     Some – We are currently part of a consortia with Pluss and St.Loyes providing
People in Cornwall experiencing or recovering from mental health problems.           specialist support to people with disabilities on the Work Programme with Working      Medium      No
                                                                                     Links.


                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes


                                                                                     Low but I have worked for Birmingham Drug and Alcohol Action Team which is
Helping service users who have the greatest needs to develop skills that will help
                                                                                     made up of individuals from Birmingham City Council, NHS, Probation and Police          Low        Yes
make them employment ready
                                                                                     so I am used to working with a multi-agency approach


Working with offenders                                                               Little                                                                                  Low        Yes



Social enterprise, employment and education and training                             NONE                                                                                    Low        Yes




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                                                                                       I often work as part of a consortia to tender for work. Sometimes I am the lead
Worked with all sorts of groups but mainly skills and employment. Also
                                                                                       organisation and sometimes I go in with a group of other organisations with                High       Yes
environmental projects
                                                                                       someone else leading. I’m usually part of 2 or 3 different consortia at nay one time.



Employability, training, apprenticeships, employers, co-creation of services for
                                                                                       Experience as consultants working with multi party contracts.                             Medium      No
prisoners families, offenders and victims of crime.


The full range of services for offenders.                                              some                                                                                      Medium      No




Employment, assisting ex-offenders into stable work and stable lives, often whilst
                                                                                       Some (partnerships and franchises)                                                        Medium      Yes
improving the local environment




                                                                                                                                                                                             No


                                                                                         We have significant experience of supply chain development from experience of
                                                                                         satisfying an extensive range of contracts of varying size. We are highly
We are focused on every aspect of criminal justice and have members working in           experienced in the identification of successful potential partners and bringing them
all areas of criminal justice and at every level. With regard to this opportunity we are together to successfully build this or any consortium. We utilise an open,
specifically interested in connecting with organisations who deliver a range of          transparent process to build consortium with engagement and communication with           High       Yes
                                                                                         all partners at every stage, and inviting the members of the consortium to make key
employment focused activity for offenders and who like us are really determined to
                                                                                         decisions and secure buy in from partners at every stage reduces the potential for
be at the forefront of criminal justice activity and opportunity
                                                                                         problems in the future. We promote and utilise an approach which will support
                                                                                         organisations to successfully come together in partnership and to maximise all our
                                                                                         opportunities.
                                                                                                                                                                                   N/A       No




As applicable to above description. Any new or existing projects where our
involvement could be positive, additive, pro-active, supportive. We are actively
                                                                                 High / Some. We have put together joint bids for several projects and won /
seeking involvement in desistance programmes “end-to-end” from prevention in the                                                                                                  High       Yes
                                                                                 delivered some of these over the last 6 years
community / schools, through custody, post-custody ex-offender mentoring,
provision of accommodation, housing, training, employment / design




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As applicable to above description. Any new or existing projects where our
involvement could be positive, additive, pro-active, supportive. We are actively
                                                                                 High / Some. We have put together joint bids for several projects and won /
seeking involvement in desistance programmes “end-to-end” from prevention in the                                                                                 Medium      Yes
                                                                                 delivered some of these over the last 6 years.
community / schools, through custody, post-custody ex-offender mentoring,
provision of accommodation, housing, training, employment / design




Sustainable local food production and supply chains. Social enterprise, Co-
                                                                                  High                                                                            High       Yes
operatives, Training, Facilitation

                                                                                                                                                                             No




                                                                                We are already part of Suffolk Learning Consortia delivering Goals and
                                                                                employability skills to disadvantaged groups of people across Suffolk.
Delivering employment support, Mental Health, Ex Offenders and Drug and Alcohol We are also in a consortia with Shaw Trust, Street Forge Workshops and Family    Medium      Yes
                                                                                Action working with Mental Health




Training, Voluntary, Care sector, Third sector                                    High                                                                            High       Yes




Equality and Diversity, Learning programmes- employability, confidence, mentoring,
                                                                                   High                                                                           High       Yes
financial capability and Literacy.




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                                                                                   Experience of working as part of a Consortia Over the past 18+ years we have been
                                                                                   involved in numerous partnerships/consortiums. That has supported the individual
Our main focus and interest is the development and support of children, young      and group needs of communities in order to realise outcomes that progress and
                                                                                                                                                                         High       Yes
people, adults and families.                                                       develop individuals, groups and communities.




                                                                                 High
                                                                                 We have run a number of projects with the YOT team’s in different areas through
                                                                                 our partnership
                                                                                 with the Bauer Media Group.
                                                                                 These have focused on using radio as a way of training and equipping young
We are heavily focused on using Media especially Radio in new and unique ways to people.
                                                                                 Some of these activities have taken place on our Media Buses and looked at topics       High       Yes
engage and encourage young people and adults.
                                                                                 that affect these young people such as Binge Drinking/Drug addiction or equipping
                                                                                 the young people to have new skills in the new technology industry.
                                                                                 As well as providing them with the resources to communicate with employers in a
                                                                                 new
                                                                                  innovative way.

Wheels to Work – transport solutions for people unable to access the job market
because of a lack of appropriate, affordable transport. Financial capability training,
the art of budgeting and making the most of your income. We are already in contact RAD currently work as part of two consortia; Derbyshire Third Sector Support for
with agencies that offer debt counselling and furniture recycling – we would like to   Derbyshire (3D) Transforming Local Infrastructure programme for Derbyshire.      Medium      Yes
make contact with agencies able to offer support to people to help them with their
application and interview skills.


                                                                                                                                                                                    Yes




Environment, training, work experience, employment opportunities, move-on and
                                                                                   Some                                                                                 Medium      Yes
progression routes for vulnerable clients.




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We feel our Creative Nature programme can be adapted to engage ex offenders or
those at risk of offending. In addition we are interested in re-developing some of our
                                                                                       Some                                                                                 Medium      Yes
most successful applied theatre programmes from London here in Cornwall and
Plymouth.




Risk Management and in giving offenders real opportunities to reform and in being
                                                                                         Yes                                                                                Medium      Yes
able to make an active contribution within the societies they have offended against


Interests cover all aspects impacting on re-offending – training and education,
employment, housing, attitude and offending behaviour, drugs and alcohol and
                                                                                         Some                                                                               Medium      Yes
finance. FTC have historically offered a holistic service which offers a full range of
resettlement services either directly or through referral to other organisations

                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes

Our interests are in making lives better by providing an alternative therapy for
members of the community suffering from mental health and social exclusion          Some experience of working in partnership with agencies to deliver pilot projects to
                                                                                                                                                                            Medium      Yes
issues. Some of our client bases are with addiction recovery, Autism, At risk youth their client base and also carrying out Lottery funded pilot projects.
both male and female. Victims of violence and other forms of abuse.
Our clients work in many fields, including Welfare to Work, Adult Education, Crime,
                                                                                    Some                                                                                     Low        Yes
Domestic Violence, Disability Support, Refugee/Asylum Seeker Support etc

                                                                                                                                                                                        No


Our interests are:
1. Bid Writing
                                                                                         We are a new company, however, we are working with a number of organisation
2. Developing programmes                                                                                                                                                     High       Yes
                                                                                         locally and internationally. We are the lead organisation in a consortium .
3. Improving peoples life’s by offering a number of event/programmes
4. Environmental and eco friendly projects and sustainability

                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes




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We have a wide area of interest but the specific area for this would be the
development of better links with a community based Social Enterprise around the      Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
wider provision of community payback work with offenders.




Employment opportunities, training, education and service user involvement.          Little                                                                                 Low        Yes


Supported housing provision, specialist support services for young people,           Some in formal consortia but we are developing different partnership models for
                                                                                                                                                                           Medium      Yes
volunteering                                                                         contracting and service delivery.

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes


The sustainable growth of social enterprises                                         Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes


Pre employment training, vocational training, work placements – our social
                                                                                     Some                                                                                  Medium      No
enterprise is picture framing and we are exploring facilities management.


Training service users, training staff and encouraging the use of information and
research based decisions to plan and design solutions. Building models of service    Some                                                                                   Low        Yes
excellence that work based on client feedback and positive outcomes.


Rehabilitation of Offenders, Reduction of Offending                                  Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes

Have a business background. Now supporting homeless and people with drug and
                                                                                     None                                                                                   Low        Yes
alcohol addiction problems. Am a lay observer in custody suites etc..

                                                                                    worked as part of a New Deal for Communities program which interacted and
creation of employment through establishment of Social Enterprises with significant delivered in partnership with many different public and third sector organisations.
                                                                                                                                                                            High       Yes
staff numbers                                                                       Corporately was responsible for heading the best practice group for the whole of
                                                                                    western Europe (14 businesses in 12 countries



To support local people, particularly those who are disadvantaged, with training and
                                                                                     Some experience                                                                       Medium      Yes
employment opportunities




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Supporting marginalised and vulnerable people through the use of telephone
                                                                                   High                                                                           High       No
support groups.




We provide education and training across all subject areas and are the largest
                                                                                   High                                                                           High       Yes
provider of apprenticeships in Cornwall




We are interested in discussion with other organisations working with female       None, EFAP has always been independent. - although some staff and Trustees
                                                                                                                                                                  Low        Yes
offenders or accommodation providers.                                              have some experience wearing other hats




Developing Innovative services.                                                    High                                                                           High       Yes




Developing the sustainability and the skills base of Cornwall and its people through
unique client centred training, partnership working, business development,           Some                                                                        Medium      No
identifying and developing unrecognised tallent




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Working with young people and adults with barriers to engagement Using the
outdoor environment as a medium to re-engage and support people to develop         Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
skills



The sustainable growth of social enterprises                                       Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes


Pre employment training, vocational training, work placements – our social
                                                                                   Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
enterprise is picture framing and we are exploring facilities management.




Developing Innovative services.                                                    High                                                                                   High       Yes




Any project that engages with those hardest to reach including offenders and ex-
                                                                                   None                                                                                   Low        Yes
offenders.




Funding, contracts, Networking and partnership working                             None                                                                                   Low        No


                                                                                                                                                                                     No

                                                                                   Hope Enterprises as an organisation does not have any experience of working in
                                                                                   consortia. It does, however, have strong links with Northamptonshire University
                                                                                   which has a strong record of working in consortiaT he Specialist Advisor attending
Routeways to employment for vulnerable people (offenders, homeless etc), early     the event and employed to support the enterprise to become commissionable and
                                                                                                                                                                          Low        Yes
intervention and prevention                                                        investable, has experience of supporting social enterprises to work together to
                                                                                   deliver local public services. Her support in this area includes proposition
                                                                                   development, consortia development, business planning and strategy development
                                                                                   and social investment finance
                                                                                                                                                                                     No




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Mental Heath support to offenders and ex-offenders, support to offenders with
Learning Disabilities, Peer Mentoring, Through the Gates, Community intensive
support, Court Diversion services, Gang prevention interventions, Volunteering,        None                                                                                       Low        Yes
Community Development, support to BAME offenders, Media and Health
Promotion and well being and recovery focused activities to groups.




                                                                                         We have significant experience of supply chain development from experience of
                                                                                         satisfying an extensive range of contracts of varying size. We are highly
                                                                                         experienced in the identification of successful potential partners and bringing them
We are focused on every aspect of criminal justice and have members working in
all areas of criminal justice and at every level. With regard to this opportunity we are together to successfully build this or any consortium. We utilise an open,
specifically interested in connecting with organisations who deliver a range of          transparent process to build consortium with engagement and communication with           High       Yes
employment focused activity for offenders and who like us are really determined to all partners at every stage, and inviting the members of the consortium to make key
                                                                                         decisions and secure buy in from partners at every stage reduces the potential for
be at the forefront of criminal justice activity and opportunity
                                                                                         problems in the future. We promote and utilise an approach which will support
                                                                                         organisations to successfully come together in partnership and to maximise all our
                                                                                         opportunities.
                                                                                         We have significant experience of supply chain development from experience of
                                                                                         satisfying an extensive range of contracts of varying size. We are highly
                                                                                         experienced in the identification of successful potential partners and bringing them
We are focused on every aspect of criminal justice and have members working in
                                                                                         together to successfully build this or any consortium. We utilise an open,
all areas of criminal justice and at every level. With regard to this opportunity we are
specifically interested in connecting with organisations who deliver a range of          transparent process to build consortium with engagement and communication with           High       Yes
employment focused activity for offenders and who like us are really determined to all partners at every stage, and inviting the members of the consortium to make key
                                                                                         decisions and secure buy in from partners at every stage reduces the potential for
be at the forefront of criminal justice activity and opportunity
                                                                                         problems in the future. We promote and utilise an approach which will support
                                                                                         organisations to successfully come together in partnership and to maximise all our
                                                                                         opportunities.
                                                                                                                                                                                             No


Mental Health, mentoring, telephone helplines and adult education with a particular
                                                                                    Limited formal expereince of working as part of a consortium, although our day-to-
focus on the Criminal Justice System. Our wider interests also include general                                                                                                    Low        Yes
                                                                                    day work invovles working in partnership with other providers.
Quality Assurance and ISO9001.



Reducing re=offending through situational programmes, skills and personal
effectiveness training, self-directed employment, Business and Employment              High                                                                                       High       No
Cooperatives, Social; employment, legal driving, mentoring, capacity building.


                                                                                       We have some experience of working within partnerships/ consortia for mutual
Adult Education , Horticulture, Farming, Conservation, and local commercial food
                                                                                       benefit and are keen to extend and develop our experience whilst sharing our              Medium      Yes
production
                                                                                       existing expertise with other partners who may be new to consortia work.




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                                                                                     Some e.g. with Merseyside VOLA, Sefton CVS.
1:1 and small group interventions to support offenders and ex-offenders from
                                                                                     Also, Tomorrow’s People took Lead role in “Upper Northwood Work Interchange”
welfare into sustainable work and/or further learning / skills development.
                                                                                     Consortia of local provider organisations delivering in a deprived neighbourhood in
Supporting reduction in local crime and helping to reduce re-offending rates.
                                                                                     the Borough, over a six-month pilot funded by Knowsley Housing Trust and with
Discussions with private sector businesses on the recruitment of offenders / ex-
                                                                                     other key stakeholders being Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council, MHS                  Medium      Yes
offenders into their workforce after following the Rules on Disclosure of Offences
                                                                                     Knowsley and Jobcentre Plus. Our Final Evaluation Report on the Pilot helped to
and also their Corporate Social responsibilities and Social Value impact (e.g. new
                                                                                     inform the Liverpool City Region Employment and Skills Strategy … “Best Practice
legislation on reporting Social Value if delivering Public Service contracts).
                                                                                     partnership working in deprived and disengaged neighbourhoods”.

                                                                                     Out basic philosophy is inclusive, having participated in many consortia in previous
No specific                                                                                                                                                                   Medium      No
                                                                                     lives.

                                                                                 High. We have run a number of projects with the YOT team’s in different areas
                                                                                 through our partnership with the Bauer Media Group. These have focused on using
                                                                                 radio as a way of training and equipping young people. Some of these activities
We are heavily focused on using Media especially Radio in new and unique ways to have taken place on our Media Buses and looked at topics that affect these young
                                                                                                                                                                               High       Yes
engage and encourage young people and adults.                                    people such as Binge Drinking/Drug addiction or equipping the young people to
                                                                                 have new skills in the new technology industry. As well as providing them with the
                                                                                 resources to communicate with employers in a new innovative way.


                                                                                     BEST Procurement programme –bringing together local authorities, social
Development of mutual models of provision of services to reduce reoffending.
                                                                                     enterprises and support structures to improve public sector contracting opportunities
Social enterprises working with prisons and probation services - A mapping
                                                                                     for social enterprise                                                                    Medium      Yes
exercise for NOMS; Delivery of Seeing is Believing programme for NOMS staff ;
                                                                                     Social Enterprise with a Wide Market Focus - the support requirements of larger,
Breaking the Cycle programme for social enterprise on engagement with NOMS
                                                                                     expanding social enterprises


                                                                                     The directors of Ubique Partnerships Ltd have significant of working in a range of
Service Veterans, Women, PPO / IOM, peer support approaches,                                                                                                                   High       Yes
                                                                                     partnerships and consortia having led large scale multi-organisation projects.




                                                                                     The directors of Ubique Partnerships Ltd have significant of working in a range of
Service Veterans, Women, PPO / IOM, peer support approaches,                                                                                                                   High       No
                                                                                     partnerships and consortia having led large scale multi-organisation projects.




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                                                                                      Bounce Back was created by Founder Fran Findlater in Co-operation with HMP
• Painting and Decorating
                                                                                      Wandsworth, London Probation Trust and NOMS CFO round 1 provider PIANO.
• Additional training premises
                                                                                      With the expiry of the round 1 contract and the installation of round 2 providers
• ETE support
                                                                                      Bounce Back has agreed PBR contracts with 3 of the 4 London providers. As the        Medium      Yes
• Diversifying delivery model
                                                                                      prime contract holders Working Links have been particularly supportive of our
• Client focused business start-up support
                                                                                      project and continue to work with us on an ongoing basis under the Moving On
• Improved sector network
                                                                                      contract.




                                                                                                                                                                                       No

                                                                                                                                                                                       No

Alternative employment options, self-employment, new markets                          Some                                                                                 Medium      No


Improving
The health, wealth and skills offenders and ex-offenders for a healthy wealthy life   Some                                                                                 Medium      Yes
The labour market for offenders and ex-offenders




Social welfare of tenants of Golden Gates housing: training, employment, money        Little – lead on the development of a partnership of third sector organisation to
                                                                                                                                                                            Low        Yes
matters, health etc.                                                                  develop management and leadership skills within the Third Sector in Warrington.




Supporting people to make positive changes to their lives and improving their
                                                                                      Some                                                                                 Medium      No
employability.


Supporting people to make positive changes to their lives and improving their
                                                                                      Some                                                                                 Medium      No
employability.


Supporting people to make positive changes to their lives and improving their
                                                                                      Some                                                                                 Medium      No
employability.




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Supporting people to make positive changes to their lives and improving their
                                                                                   Some                                     Medium      No
employability.


Supporting people to make positive changes to their lives and improving their
                                                                                   Some                                     Medium      Yes
employability.



Delivery of high quality, value driven services                                    Some                                     Medium      Yes




• Employment support – job search activities, work placements,
• Mentoring and coaching
                                                                                   High                                      High       Yes
• Training and development of soft skills
• Enterprise support




We are interested in partnering up with any other organisation which may have
similar interests and aims. Business and industries
Recycling Volunteering and mentoring.                                              None                                      Low        Yes
Housing Employment, skills development.




Equalities and human rights training and research; working with young people at
                                                                                   high                                      High       Yes
risk of gang and gun culture; mentoring; enterprise




Providing an innovative range of activity to promote engagement and widen
                                                                                     Some                                    Low        Yes
opportunities for offenders including social enterprise, co-ops and self employment.




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Providing an innovative range of activity to promote engagement and widen
                                                                                     Some                                                                              Low        Yes
opportunities for offenders including social enterprise, co-ops and self employment.




Environmental and skill based prjects
                                                                                        Little in this sector                                                          Low        Yes




Interested in organisations that work with the following groups: offenders – including
homeless, serious group offenders, veterans, substance misusers and young
                                                                                       Little                                                                          Low        Yes
people. Interested in networking with organisations across all sectors that are have
an interest in supporting these groups into employment.


                                                                                        Several contracts including ESF, ERDF, SFA and WNF funded as well as local
Housing, employability, offender management, temporary accommodation,
                                                                                        authority funded programmes. Incommunities has worked both as a lead           High       Yes
supported housing, regeneration
                                                                                        organisation, preferred contractor and service provider.


                                                                                                                                                                                  No




Serious Youth violence                                                                  None                                                                           Low        No




We specialise in delivering training to disadvantaged individuals across a wide
                                                                                        High                                                                           High       No
range of disciplines. We are accredited with NOCN, EDI and ILM.




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Promoting partnership and delivery opportunities for our members across sectors
                                                                                       High                                      High       Yes
including criminal justice, skills, social housing, healthcare and employability.




Learning from best practice, making new contacts, exploring opportunities              Some                                     Medium      Yes




I am interested in social enterprises that deliver training to ex-offenders in the areas
of land and property refurbishment and those that can supply ex-offenders that may
be ready to gain work experience on construction sites and on grounds                    None                                   Medium      Yes
maintenance contracts. I am also interested in learning more about the do’s and
don’t’s of consortia building
The development and expansion of sustainable and commercially viable social
                                                                                       High                                      High       Yes
enterprises.


Sustainable and commercially viable development projects.                              High                                      High       Yes




Employment, work experience, homelessness and insecure accommodation.
                                                                                       Some                                     Medium      No




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Criminal Justice: Providing Accommodation and Mentoring Support to Offenders to
address their criminogenic needs to desist away from crime and recidivism and gain none                                                                                     Low        Yes
sustainable employment


Criminal Justice: Providing Accommodation and Mentoring Support to Offenders to
address their criminogenic needs to desist away from crime and recidivism and gain none                                                                                     Low        No
sustainable employment


Reducing offending and creating employment for young people in the community.       none                                                                                    Low        No



                                                                                                                                                                                       No




Crime Reduction; Work with Offenders and those most at risk.                        High                                                                                    High       Yes




                                                                                                                                                                                       No

Social Enterprise. Innovative approaches to re-settlement.                          Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes


Social Enterprise. Innovative approaches to re-settlement.                          Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes


                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes



                                                                                                                                                                                       No




                                                                                    Over many years i have been part of many consortiums, building and sharing best
                                                                                    practice within the west midlands area. I have been part of consortiums built up of
Partnerships, best practice, training solutions, engagement, community cohesion,
                                                                                    many influencing people , from local business owners, community leaders, JCP,           High       Yes
consultancy, freelancing, train the trainer, welfare to work issues and concepts.
                                                                                    colleges, university, MPs, charities, and most importantly local people, helping to
                                                                                    meet the needs of any people living within deprived wards.




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                                                                                    GOALS UK cic has extensive experience over 15 years of working alongside the
                                                                                    probation service, employment service providers, housing associations,
Engaging, motivating and inspiring individuals to achieve their goals.                                                                                                     High       Yes
                                                                                    homelessness organisations, youth services, local authorities, JCP, and social
                                                                                    enterprises.




                                                                                    GOALS UK cic has extensive experience over 15 years of working alongside the
                                                                                    probation service, employment service providers, housing associations,
Engaging, motivating and inspiring individuals to achieve their goals.                                                                                                     High       Yes
                                                                                    homelessness organisations, youth services, local authorities, JCP, and social
                                                                                    enterprises.




                                                                                    GOALS UK cic has extensive experience over 15 years of working alongside the
                                                                                    probation service, employment service providers, housing associations,
Engaging, motivating and inspiring individuals to achieve their goals.                                                                                                     High       Yes
                                                                                    homelessness organisations, youth services, local authorities, JCP, and social
                                                                                    enterprises.




Work with offenders, education, training and employment support. Employer
                                                                                    none                                                                                   Low        Yes
engagement and link with training providers, jobcentre plus and work programme.



Mental Health, mentoring, telephone helplines and adult education with a particular
                                                                                    Limited formal expereince of working as part of a consortium, although our day-to-
focus on the Criminal Justice System. Our wider interests also include general                                                                                             Low        No
                                                                                    day work invovles working in partnership with other providers.
Quality Assurance and ISO9001.




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Education, training, life-long learning, progression, sustainable change, client and      High. Two directors have led effective educational partnerships involving multiple
                                                                                                                                                                                       High       Yes
professional capacity-building                                                            partner organisations.




Wide interests and keeping an open mind at this time                                      some                                                                                        Medium      Yes




Unemployed / disaffected BAME youth / homeless or other complex needs / 2011
                                                                                          Little                                                                                       Low        Yes
Rioters




We are interested in pathways for young people to enter employment, training and
the social enterprise market since many of the young men whom we meet have the
skills to run a small business, albeit illegal. If we can direct those skills and abilities Little which is why we wish to attend this event. The only way forward for small yet
                                                                                                                                                                                       Low        Yes
towards self employment and esteem building, I strongly believe that we can turn            highly effective groups is in partnership with like minded organisations in all areas.
around their often inwardly negative attitudes and beliefs. Clearly, sustainability in
challenging times is vital for longevity.




                                                                                          We have worked in informal consortia to deliver national support programmes such
                                                                                          as the Change Up Income Generation programme from 2008-11. With our partner
All areas of service delivery/ technical support for consortia                                                                                                                         High       No
                                                                                          Neil Coulson we have worked to support the development of over 100 consortia
                                                                                          over the last 10 years.

                                                                                                                                                                                                  Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                                  Yes
Reducing re-offending- Gangs, Sexual exploitation, Women specific, Community-
based working, Peer and mentor involvement Grass root organisations, Housing              Little
providers                                                                                 (We have been in a partnership for almost a year but have not yet fully established          Low        No
Health providers                                                                          our company or Consortium)


Offender health and recidivism.                                                           Little                                                                                       Low        No




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                                                                                                                                                                                           No




Anti –racism and developing sustainable communities that are cohesive and               As an organisation we have a little experience. Individually the Directors have all
promote cross generational exchange of knowledge that develop a desire to be            experience of working in, for and commissioning consortia working. This is              Low        Yes
inclusive and resist creating victims.                                                  particularly true of pan-European consortia criminal justice projects.




Anti –racism and developing sustainable communities that are cohesive and               As an organisation we have a little experience. Individually the Directors have all
promote cross generational exchange of knowledge that develop a desire to be            experience of working in, for and commissioning consortia working. This is              Low        No
inclusive and resist creating victims.                                                  particularly true of pan-European consortia criminal justice projects.




                                                                                                                                                                                           No




The Trust is a Third Sector organisation delivering employability and skills training
to the most disadvantaged jobseekers in West London, with particular expertise in       Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes
working with disabled people and those with a history of offending.




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The Trust is a Third Sector organisation delivering employability and skills training
to the most disadvantaged jobseekers in West London, with particular expertise in       Some                                                                           Medium      No
working with disabled people and those with a history of offending.




                                                                                                                                                                                   No


Programs supporting offenders/ex offenders in education, training and employment
Mentoring programs specifically supporting those in prison. Active citizenship
                                                                                 None                                                                                   Low        No
programs.



                                                                                                                                                                                   Yes


                                                                                 High. We have run a number of projects with the YOT team’s in different areas
                                                                                 through our partnership with the Bauer Media Group. These have focused on using
                                                                                 radio as a way of training and equipping young people. Some of these activities
We are heavily focused on using Media especially Radio in new and unique ways to have taken place on our Media Buses and looked at topics that affect these young
                                                                                                                                                                        High       Yes
engage and encourage young people and adults.                                    people such as Binge Drinking/Drug addiction or equipping the young people to
                                                                                 have new skills in the new technology industry. As well as providing them with the
                                                                                 resources to communicate with employers in a new innovative way.




Looking for partners who specialise in
Working with families of offenders
                                                                                        some                                                                           Medium      No
Desistence and CBT programmes
Restorative Justice services




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Unemployed / disaffected BAME youth / homeless or other complex needs / 2011
                                                                                    Little                                                                                  Low        Yes
Rioters


CROPT has the following interests and objectives: (still for discussion) i) The
CROPT Partnership seeks to engage a Project Development Officer and Facilitator
to complete the constitutional development and management structure for the
Partnership to enable Single Tenders for future larger regional and subregional
projects in a developing marketplace. ii) The Partnership seeks to engage a
Business Development Officer to formulate an agreed Partnership Business
Strategy to form the basis of larger tendering opportunities for offenders, to include: To develop and promote the proposed partnership CROPT is engaged in a series of
                                                                                        meetings which have been attended by Cumbria Probation Trust, NACRO, Brathay        Low        No
related activity. This will also offer a unique opportunity for these young people to   Trust, Northern Rock Foundation and others
access units/modules in appropriate learning and training. Further support and
mentoring will be provided beyond initial activities to enable placements and

with disabilities, both in their local environment and supporting wider community

and beyond the local community, with local and regional events. The Project will



I am particularly interested in meeting people who have experience in hospitality
and catering, along with people who have links to industry, recycling and waste     None                                                                                    Low        Yes
management.




I am particularly interested in meeting people who have experience in hospitality
and catering, along with people who have links to industry, recycling and waste     None                                                                                    Low        Yes
management.




NEETS (Not in Education Employment or Training), Graduates etc.
Personal/Professional Development programmes. Members and Co-opted                  None                                                                                    Low        No
Members for our Workers Co-op



                                                                                                                                                                                       No

                                                                                                                                                                                       No
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       No




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Empowering women to develop skills to Move on from CAST into work or stating
their own business. Interests in social enterprises in tailoring, beading/jewellery     None                                                                                 Low        Yes
making, art and pottery, sewing and catering.


Collaborative film production, storytelling, social enquiry, facilitating and sharing   We are committed to partnership working and consortia building and over the last
social learning, social justice, supporting under-represented stakeholders              three years we have worked with over 70 partners to achieve our shared social        High       Yes
engagement within civil society, social policy and strategy development.                goals.
                                                                                                                                                                              N/A       No


Environmental and eco-friendly projects and sustainability. Retail, sales and
                                                                                        high                                                                                 High       No
marketing.




Community Safety, Housing, Adult Learning, Employment and Youth                         Some                                                                                 Low        Yes




Entrepreneurial & educational business minded projects including self-employment
                                                                                        None                                                                                 Low        No
opportunities.




Income maximisation, debt and welfare benefits advice, outreach services to
                                                                                        High                                                                                 High       No
vulnerable and underrepresented groups.



                                                                                 High
                                                                                 We have run a number of projects with the YOT team’s in different areas through
                                                                                 our partnership
                                                                                 with the Bauer Media Group.
                                                                                 These have focused on using radio as a way of training and equipping young
We are heavily focused on using Media especially Radio in new and unique ways to people.
                                                                                 Some of these activities have taken place on our Media Buses and looked at topics           High       Yes
engage and encourage young people and adults.
                                                                                 that affect these young people such as Binge Drinking/Drug addiction or equipping
                                                                                 the young people to have new skills in the new technology industry.
                                                                                 As well as providing them with the resources to communicate with employers in a
                                                                                 new
                                                                                  innovative way.




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Learning from best practice, making new contacts, exploring opportunities        Some                                                           Medium      Yes




Organisations involved with sustainable development initiatives                  Used to working as part of a multi-disciplinary partnership    Medium      Yes




Communications and social media products and services                            Worked with national agencies in the past                      Medium      Yes




Training to support offenders to move on successfully.                           Some                                                           Medium      Yes




Mental Health, Employment, Social Change                                         Some                                                           Medium      Yes



User led / participant led and designed programmes / activity
Specialist engagement of 11 – 25 year old age group, including hard to engage
young people.
Community based education, volunteer management, informal education projects,
                                                                                 Some                                                           Medium      Yes
youth support, safeguarding, social action / self directed groups, youth arts,
neighbourhood work, reducing anti-social behaviour, detached / outreach work,
street based / neighbourhood based intervention.




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User led / participant led and designed programmes / activity
Specialist engagement of 11 – 25 year old age group, including hard to engage
young people.
Community based education, volunteer management, informal education projects,
                                                                                       Some                                                 Medium      Yes
youth support, safeguarding, social action / self directed groups, youth arts,
neighbourhood work, reducing anti-social behaviour, detached / outreach work,
street based / neighbourhood based intervention.




Housing Services and Building Trades, Landscaping and Gardening Services,
                                                                                       Limited experience of consortia                       Low        No
Furniture Manufacture / Joinery




Housing Services and Building Trades, Landscaping and Gardening Services,
                                                                                       Limited experience of consortia                       Low        No
Furniture Manufacture / Joinery




Growth and Sustainability of social enterprise projects, social impact, social value   High                                                  High       Yes




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Human Resources; Organisation Development and Change Management;                  None to date, as only established in February 2012. On a personal basis, I have
Restructuring; Job Analysis/Evaluation; Recruitment and Selection; Equality and   experience of working as part of various consortia in the past with a variety of     Low        Yes
Diversity                                                                         charities.




Promoting Positive Recovery in Communities , Educating Parents on Safeguarding,
Challenging stigma attached to substance misuse , Training, Groupwork, Peer     None                                                                                   Low        Yes
Mentoring




Promoting Positive Recovery in Communities , Educating Parents on Safeguarding,
Challenging stigma attached to substance misuse , Training, Groupwork, Peer     None                                                                                   Low        Yes
Mentoring



Patient reported outcomes (PRO’s/PROM’s) and measuring
outcomes/improvement. Psychosocial strategies to improve health and wellbeing of Some. We have undertaken various projects in partnership with public, statutory
                                                                                                                                                                      Medium      Yes
communities; Overcoming barriers to employment; Promotion of Mental health       and third sector stakeholders.
awareness; Self-management of long-term health conditions.




Housing, homelessness, health and offenders.                                      Little                                                                               Low        Yes




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                                                                                         Medium – economic development experience with many European government
                                                                                         agencies and American companies investing and expanding in Europe.
                                                                                         Compilation and publishing of books on Blackpool transport history involving local
                                                                                         and national resources.
Practical involvement of Offenders at HM Prison Kirkham in medium and long term Management of technology based firm (in Blackpool) working with US partners and
heritage vehicle restoration, structural renovation of a historic building in Fleetwood, diverse global clients as well as leading UK distribution and retailing groups –
and                                                                                      employing 60+ people locally.
other skills in the management and operation of a multi phased heritage project on Creation of a Diamond Jubilee Tram for display as part of Blackpool Illuminations in
the                                                                                      2012 involving the following partners – led and coordinated by the Trust :            Medium      No
Fylde coast. Transport Heritage and urban regeneration involving two important           HM Prison Kirkham, Blackpool Illuminations, Cardinal Allen School, Fleetwood High
town centre structures hosting Gallery displays, tram exhibits and associated            School, Blackpool and Fylde College-School of Art. Transport Heritage and urban
educational displays.                                                                    regeneration involving two important town centre structures hosting Gallery
                                                                                         displays, tram exhibits and associated educational displays. Individually the
                                                                                         Trustees have experience involving both public and private sector economic
                                                                                         development and retail trades operations, as well as high technology innovation
                                                                                         involving American partners.




Confidence/self-esteem/values workshops, communication and rapport skills
                                                                                      We have no experience of working in a consortia                                           Low        Yes
workshops,1:1 mentoring/action planning. Enterprise and business start up




Creating and developing sustainable businesses for people with disabilities and
                                                                                      No prior experience.                                                                      Low        Yes
barriers to work




Creating financially viable social businesses that can provide ongoing employment
and housing opportunities ex-offenders, homeless people and armed forces
veterans.
                                                                                      High                                                                                      High       Yes
Developing cross sector partnerships that can increase the likelihood of success in
new social businesses.




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Building on our work with offenders/ex-offenders,
Creating more employment and training opportunities locally.                         Some                                                                                  Medium      No
Working holistically with the offender to include their environment/peers/families




Supporting frontline Voluntary and Community Sector organisations to be involved
                                                                                     Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
in consortia development and supply chain management.


Provision of accommodation and accommodation advice and support                      Joint contracts                                                                       Medium      Yes




Reducing inequalities of skills, employability, health & wellbeing and life chances for
people and communities in Greater Manchester. Specific emphasis on enabling             High – involved in membership and leadership of a range of consortia and formal
                                                                                                                                                                            High       Yes
voluntary organisations and social enterprises to contribute to reducing reoffending, partnerships.
improving mental health, reducing isolation & maintaining independence.




Social businesses and overcoming barriers to employment and self-employment;
                                                                                     Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
social investment and payment by results
                                                                                     AVCT has a wide range of experience of working as part of a consortium and most
                                                                                     recently within the ERDF funded Making Business Work Project which features
Wider Community based initiatives that focus on health and wellbeing.                seven partners. The project provides a demand led offer of business                    High       Yes
                                                                                     advice/services and targets barriers to growth, experienced by SMEs based in and
                                                                                     from disadvantaged communities.

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes



                                                                                                                                                                             N/A       No



                                                                                                                                                                                       No




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Health and Wellbeing, Arts, Education, Community Cohesion, Global
Education/Development Education, Grant Funding, Event Planning and                 None                                                                               Low        Yes
Management

Computing/computer games, outdoor pursuits, recycling, hospitality, footballing,
                                                                                   Some                                                                              Medium      Yes
dance/music, DIY, environmental care/protection and healthcare.


Our interests are providing NEET young people with employability skills and in
                                                                                   High. We have been working with disadvantaged people and other agencies since
providing offenders and ex-offenders with support in getting them into employment,                                                                                    High       Yes
                                                                                   1984.
training and education.



                                                                                                                                                                                 No




Employment and supporting unemployed people. Business development & growth         Some experience – currently working with consortium which is NW-wide and have
                                                                                                                                                                     Medium      Yes
                                                                                   also worked with London-based consortium on Future Jobs Fund.




African/Asian food Supermarket                                                     None                                                                               Low        Yes




Reaching out to and Responding to the needs of Homeless. Working in partnership Have high levels of experience of working as part of a Consortia before, however,
                                                                                                                                                                      High       Yes
with any agency or organisation that can benefit our clients.                   never personally won any bids to do this.




Innovative and inclusive approaches to mental health and community involvement.    little                                                                             Low        Yes




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Striving towards delivering even more exceptional patient care in the future.   Some                                                  Medium      No




Food, drink, entertainment, film, music.                                        None at this point.                                    Low        Yes


                                                                                                                                                  No

                                                                                                                                                  No

                                                                                                                                                  No


                                                                                                                                                  Yes


                                                                                                                                                  No


                                                                                                                                                  No



Construction/young people NEET/Ex-offenders                                     Little                                                 Low        Yes




Social enterprise development, growth and support                               High                                                   High       Yes




                                                                                                                                                  No




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Specifically Education, Training and Employment opportunities for our young
                                                                                       We have worked with various partners who have secured external funding which
people, but also support in meeting any or all of their needs identified through the                                                                                         Medium      Yes
                                                                                       has been used to deliver interventions and support to our Young People.
resettlement pathways.




Helping those in crisis and being environmentally friendly                             None                                                                                   Low        No




NEET start up back to work transition -NVQ training with life skills support given     Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes




Interested in all VCS and social enterprise projects
                                                                                       We have brought together consortia for specific funding opportunities such as
Project development
                                                                                       ‘Improving Financial Confidence’, as well as supporting existing consortia such as
Supporting new trading ventures                                                                                                                                               High       Yes
                                                                                       Conduit and Reaching People. We have run courses on how to form consortia, and
Sustainability
                                                                                       have lots of resources to help groups work in partnership.
Commissioning

Adding value to reducing re-offending, supporting ex-offenders over a longer period
                                                                                    None, other than supporting A4e and Strode with training delivery.                        Low        Yes
of time, and providing statistics of results achieved.



Anger, aggression, gangs                                                               None                                                                                   Low        Yes



Good quality personal development opportunities to be available to all, especially     Put in a bid with other agencies to Homeless Link and was successful in the
                                                                                                                                                                              Low        Yes
people experiencing alcohol dependancy                                                 Transition Fund.




Leadership and management of staff. Reducing reoffending. Health and social care
                                                                                 Some                                                                                         Low        Yes
provision for offenders.




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                                                                                      We have some experience of working with young ex-offenders through our Youth
                                                                                      team delivering various community projects in deprived neighbourhoods targeting
                                                                                      young people with offending history or those involved in ASB and at risk of
                                                                                      offending. Also, in year 2010/11 we have employed a number of ex-offenders
We are interested in horticulture, landscaping and land maintenance services and
                                                                                      through Future Jobs Fund. All those services have been delivered by consortia of
activities. We are also interested in local food production and reduction of CO2                                                                                              Medium      Yes
                                                                                      various 3rd sector providers and other partners such as small businesses.
emissions.
                                                                                      Currently, we work with over 30 different organisations from all sectors on the
                                                                                      delivery of ‘Dig In – Stay Out’ project and we would use the funding (if awarded) to
                                                                                      develop a strong and robust consortia capable of tendering and delivering MOJ
                                                                                      contracts in the East Midlands.




                                                                                      High
SEEM are open to a range of proposals that encompass imaginative solutions
                                                                                      SEEM/CEO Roger H Moors have both been involved in a range of consortia and               High       Yes
whilst focussing on environmental, social inclusion and economic objectives
                                                                                      programme management contract arrangements




Training and Employment. Working with ex-offenders and prisoners. Recycling and
                                                                                None.                                                                                          Low        No
re-use.




Environmental initiatives
Waste management and recycling
                                                                                      Some experience                                                                         Medium      Yes
Employment preparation initiatives




Empowering women to develop skills to Move on from CAST into work or stating
their own business. Interests in social enterprises in tailoring, beading/jewellery   None                                                                                     Low        Yes
making, art and pottery, sewing and catering.


Our interests are in delivering and developing a service that reaches and supports
the most vulnerable young people. We are interested in hearing the service user’s     None                                                                                     Low        No
issues and opinions.




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                                                                                                                                                                                         Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                         No


                                                                                                                                                                                         No




                                                                                          Working in partnership at the moment between two companies’s Inclusion Plus Ltd
                                                                                          & Inclusion 4 All CIC.
  To Bring Community’s together through involvement and participation.                                                                                                        Low        No
                                                                                          Working in Partnership with Training Local Community’s (TLC)
                                                                                          Working in partnership with Key Performance Management Systems (KPMS)




As part of a programme of diversification we are looking to create a number of
social enterprises that will provide for a range of opportunities for our clients to gain
                                                                                          Little                                                                              Low        Yes
homes, learn a living, gain pride and a sense of purpose, become employable and
earn an income.

                                                                                          We have worked as part of larger government initiatives such as LEGI, have
                                                                                          delivered
Training, education, and back to work.                                                    programmes for ESF and ERDF. We are currently attempting to form consortia          High       Yes
                                                                                          within the NHS to work together for community benefit.




Enterprise, public sector, social enterprise, SMEs – projects with social value           Some                                                                                Low        Yes




Our primary aim is to seek creative ways of addressing the needs of disadvantaged
                                                                                  The organisation has worked in partnership with others during its existence. Staff
young people through the development of meaningful, relevant training and work                                                                                               Medium      Yes
                                                                                  and board members have experience of working as part of a consortia.
opportunities




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Our interest is to lead and create a consortium of other likeminded non-profit
making organisations who share our vision, social aims and objectives to work with
offenders and other targeted users who may be viewed as socially deprived, at risk
of crime and who may require specialist rehabilitative support.
Each social enterprise partner will be carefully selected for their existing specialist
skilled workforce expertise, services / equipment etc. Our desire is to work
collaboratively to completely design, develop and build an innovative bespoke
facility.
If we were successful in our application therefore, our ultimate vision would be to     High                                                                                High       Yes
lead the Humber wide consortium - Humber Multi Agency Activity Centre (HMAAC)
to develop and build a unique bespoke rehabilitation / educational / recreational
facility (Hub) set within an environmental surround.
The proposed eco environmentally friendly site would have 5 zones with one or
more of the social enterprise organisations operating each zone with their
management team and specialist support capabilities. The zones would be
Educational, Wetland, Activity, Biodiversity and Woodland. All zones will offer
clients a very wide range of engagement, participation, personal and social
None recorded                                                                           Some                                                                               Medium      Yes



Environmental and eco friendly projects and sustainability                           None                                                                                   Low        Yes




a) The protection of the public;
b) The reduction of re-offending;
c) The proper punishment of offenders;
d) To ensure offenders' awareness of the effects of crime on the victims of crimes Very little, as yet!                                                                     Low        Yes
and the public;
e) The rehabilitation of offenders.




Interested in all VCS and social enterprise projects
                                                                                     We have brought together consortia for specific funding opportunities such as
Project development
                                                                                     ‘Improving Financial Confidence’, as well as supporting existing consortia such as
Supporting new trading ventures                                                                                                                                             High       Yes
                                                                                     Conduit and Reaching People. We have run courses on how to form consortia, and
Sustainability
                                                                                     have lots of resources to help groups work in partnership.
Commissioning




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Our main interest is in improving the lives of disadvantaged people through
education. This includes people that will be supported by programmes funded by
the MOJ. Our heritage as an organisation is based on supporting smaller VCS           HIGH                                                                                    High       Yes
based education, learning and skills providers and we see this as an opportunity to
build on that




Training delivery to marginalised members of the community                            Some                                                                                    Low        Yes




In partnership with WLDC own a house in the South West Ward of Gainsborough.
Work is about to commence on a full eco-retrofit for use as supported housing for
our clients. Use of green environment to ‘heal’. Regarded as an early exemplar of     Now in second partnership with WLDC working on DWP employment schemes.
                                                                                                                                                                              High       Yes
‘care farming’.                                                                       Founder of Responsible Futures, an East Midlands consortium of social enterprises.




My interests within the organisation are around working with offenders to support
them into volunteering opportunities with a view to building confidence, gaining      None                                                                                    Low        Yes
experience and ultimately reducing re-offending.


Prisoner rehabilitation, community safety and engagement                              Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes


Prisoner rehabilitation, community safety and engagement                              Some                                                                                   Medium      Yes




Projects for employment and training provision; projects providing practical
                                                                                      High                                                                                    High       Yes
construction-related or environment-focused work for ex-offenders




Women, children and families. trauma, domestic violence, substance misuse,            We have delivered services as a subcontractor to a lead partner for over 10 years.
mental health. Education and personal development for women. Young women in           We are also a member of Leicester’s newly formed Reaching People consortium             High       Yes
the Youth Offending system.                                                           which has been developed to bid for contracts locally to support vulnerable people.




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Long standing contracts and becoming part of the judicial system's
parole/community service programme.
                                                                                   None                                                                                Low        No




Have been involved in the management of a lot of offender related projects. Also
services in relation to housing support, employment, regeneration and vulnerable   Some                                                                               Medium      Yes
children, young people and families.



Managing Conflict, Anger, aggression, supporting vulnerable groups, gangs,         Some experience working with partners in Anti-Bullying and Harassment, Creative
                                                                                                                                                                      Medium      Yes
employability                                                                      Expressive Therapy, NLP, Storytelling.



                                                                                                                                                                                  Yes



Addiction Treatment and Recovery aimed at reaching clients unable to access
appropriate support and therapy. Must be sustainable. Drugs and alcohol,           Good experience of working within consortia                                         High       Yes
Gambling and other Process Addictions including sex, pornography etc




Prisoner rehabilitation, community safety and engagement
                                                                                   Some                                                                                Low        Yes




Social Enterprise, Social Investment, Social Impact Bonds
                                                                                   Some                                                                               Medium      Yes




As applicable to above description. Any new or existing projects where our
involvement could be positive, additive, pro-active, supportive. We are actively
                                                                                 High / Some. We have put together joint bids for several projects and won /
seeking involvement in desistance programmes “end-to-end” from prevention in the                                                                                       High       No
                                                                                 delivered some of these over the last 6 years
community / schools, through custody, post-custody ex-offender mentoring,
provision of accommodation, housing, training, employment / design




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Providing an innovative range of activity to promote engagement and widen
                                                                                     Some                                                                                    Low        Yes
opportunities for offenders including social enterprise, co-ops and self employment.




NEETS (Not in Education Employment or Training), Graduates etc.
Personal/Professional Development programmes. Members and Co-opted                    None                                                                                   Low        Yes
Members for our Workers Co-op




Employability, Offender Management, Financial Inclusion, Health, Community            High - we also provide support to others in developing consortia based upon our
                                                                                                                                                                             High       Yes
Safety                                                                                knowledge and expertise




We are interested in setting up a training delivery consortium to deliver training in all
social care related topics to a variety of target audiences including GPs, Social         We have been partners with various similar organisations but wish to develop a
                                                                                                                                                                            Medium      Yes
Services, Service Users, families, carers and volunteers which include the early          more formal arrangement for the future.
warning signs, recognition and handling of intoxicated clients, parenting skills etc.




                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                        Yes




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                                                                                                                           Experience Attended
                                                   Interests                                                  Experience
                                                                                                                             Rating    Event

                                                                                                                                        Yes

                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                        Yes




Building on our work with offenders/ex-offenders,
Creating more employment and training opportunities locally.                         Some                                   Medium      Yes
Working holistically with the offender to include their environment/peers/families




Projects for employment and training provision; projects providing practical
                                                                                     High                                    High       Yes
construction-related or environment-focused work for ex-offenders




                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                        Yes
                                                                                                                                        Yes




Property refurbishment and maintenence, gardening and landscaping and window
                                                                                                                             High       Yes
cleaning services




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                                                    Interests                                                                Experience
                                                                                                                                                                            Rating    Event

Pre employment training, vocational training, work placements – our social
                                                                                     Some                                                                                  Medium      Yes
enterprise is picture framing and we are exploring facilities management.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes




                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes




                                                                                    worked as part of a New Deal for Communities program which interacted and
creation of employment through establishment of Social Enterprises with significant delivered in partnership with many different public and third sector organisations.
                                                                                                                                                                            High       Yes
staff numbers                                                                       Corporately was responsible for heading the best practice group for the whole of
                                                                                    western Europe (14 businesses in 12 countries

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes



Our specialist area is print and fulfilment                                                                                                                                 Low        Yes



                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                       Yes




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                                                                                                                                                                                            Experience Attended
                                                    Interests                                                                          Experience
                                                                                                                                                                                              Rating    Event


                                                                                                                                                                                                         No




The creative use of recycled and environmentally friendly materials in building
refurbishment. Expanding the use of other Social Enterprises in our supply chain to           Little                                                                                           Low       Yes
promote job creation.




Social enterprise, Social Firms, Work Integration Social Enterprises                          Some                                                                                           Medium      Yes




We work with people who are homeless or going through major life transitions such as          We have a high level of experience of working in Consortia. We are currently a lead partner
leaving prison. We aim to support them to take control of their life and provide a route to   on the Wellingborough Consortium and also involved as core members in two other                 High       Yes
independence.                                                                                 consortia




Helping ex-offenders to start their own business                                              Little                                                                                           Low       No




NEET start up back to work transition -NVQ training with life skills support given            Some                                                                                           Medium      Yes




Developing a social enterprise in the south west region centred on ex prisoners
making audio and video material to benefit the local community e.g Storybook Dads None                                                                                                        Low        No
DVDS for separated families, promotional DVDs for charities/SMEs.



                                                                                                                                                                                                         No


                                                                                                                                                                                                         Yes

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Yes




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