Meet the Fellows of the Bristol Lloyds Banking Group Social Entrepreneurs Programme, 2012/13.
Nura Omar Aabe – Autism Independence – click here to see more
Following her own experience as a mother of an autistic child, Nura has developed Autism Independence to educate, empower, raise awareness and overcome taboos of Autism, especially within the Somali community.
Alice Marie Archer – The Bristol Fish Project – click here to see more
The Bristol Fish Project is an aquaponic farm providing fish and plants within urban areas, providing accessible and affordable food and contributing to urban sustainability.
Miriam Akhtar – Happiness Habits – click here to see more
Miriam is one of the first positive psychology practitioners in the UK. The Happiness habits is a programme of simple, scientifically grounded actions that build well-being and resilience to depression.
Daniel Balla – CoResist – Click here to see more
CoResist exists to utilise the arts as a force for positive change. Dan creates immersive and interactive performance projects, design education experiences and deliver transformative arts training.
Jaki Bent – If Everyone Cares – Click here to see more
If Everyone Cares has produced an online community map that pin points community projects, charities and non-profits that all provide excellent services close to you.
Chris Bond – Hope Life Workshops – click here to see more
Hope Print Workshop provides an employment and training programme via the production of quality silk screen printing.
Tarryn Castle – PUPA Education CIC – click here to see more
A project focusing on connecting people with their natural environment. They will provide education for children, young poeple, communities, teachers and adults about invertebrates and plants and the important roles they play.
Janine Charles – Nurture and Learning – click here to see more
A unique, holistic approach to nurture adopted children’s learning, from to school.
Matt Connolly – MyNextCircle – click here to see more
An online community for new and old friendds over the age of 50 to connect with each other.
Nealey Conquest – Community Conscious – click here to see more
Complimentary therapies for vulnerable poeple in Bristol to improve physical and emotional well-being.
Nicky Forsythe – Talk for Health – click here to see more
An innovative, effective and empowering solution, making therapy available to all.
Paul Hassan – SPEAC – click here to see more
A collective of inner city media and artistic groups developing Bristol’s cultural and creative tapestry.
Eve Malster – Future Threads
Educating all ages about the origins of fibre and textiles, from seed to stitch.
Dean Teyla – PHNX Project Bristol – click here to see more
Helping young poeple back into employment and eduication through health and fitness, utilising skills from ex-servicemen.
Alex Toombes – Into the Wild
A holistic and eco-psychological mental health project.
Rob Wall – Roll for the Soul – click here to see more
Bristol’s Community Bike Cafe and Workshop
Justice Williams – City&Style Magazine – click here to see more
A publication on multiple platforms to inspire the next generation of females to fulfil their potential.
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