We are presently developing an exciting range of Social Enterprises.  This page will continue to develop over time. 

All generated Social Enterprise profits are reinvested into a bursary scheme, which will enable our young people to have a better quality of life.  The bursary is managed by a Board of Trustees and will provide the gateway to life enabling experiences and equality of opportunity.   This affords the participants the ability to develop their skills in new areas of employability focused learning and to significantly reduce costs for added value activities such as gym membership, music concerts and international residential trips etc.  All profits raised through our Social Enterprises are reinvested back to achieve our social mission goals. Participants will receive a weekly pay packet of £15 funded through the bursary. 


Below is an example of our vision of the ceramics we would be able to create, if we were successful with our current funding application to Unltd.

We are looking at Facebook pages - Banwell Pottery (Social Enterprise England) and The Clay House (local artist) for our inspiration.

Roberta from The Clay House also works at South Eastern Regional College, Lisburn and she has taught our participants the skills they need to produce works of art.  Roberta is our expert advisor.  We are looking forward to beginning our learning workshops with her at her studio in the autumn.