Entries by Russell Rolph

Small Charities Week – Loves Farm Community Association and Centre 33

Its Friday and the final day of Small Charities Week, a week where small but vital organisations receive some recognition for their work. We have been doing the same here at Support Cambridgeshire all week, albeit with a distinctly Cambridgeshire flavour. We end the series with another two-for-the-price-of-one in profiling the Loves Farm Community Association and […]

The value of small

The value of small recognises the distinct contribution that small and medium sized Charities make across the UK (Quite fitting in Small Charities Week). The research was undertaken by a team led by the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) at Sheffield Hallam University, and including Sheffield Business School (SBS), the Centre for […]

Duties of Trustees in Small Charities Week

As its Small Charities Week, Support Cambridgeshire Partners Hunts Forum has run its Duties of Trustees course to highlight the importance of Trustees and their roles and responsibilities amongst the smaller Charities and organisations that deliver services across the County. The course was led by Louise Prosser and held at the Maple Centre, with 11 […]

What’s a hub?

A hub is usually a building or place where people meet, take part in activities and deliver projects or services. Your local community centre or church might be a prime example. In Brampton* however, the hub has a different context. The hub is a group of like minded Brampton residents who came together following a […]

Small Charities Week – The Cogwheel Trust CIO

Its day two of Small Charities Week, a week where small but vital organisations across the UK receive some recognition for their work. We are doing the same here at Support Cambridgeshire, albeit with a distinctly Cambridgeshire flavour. Yesterday we heard about Camtrust – today its the turn of the Cogwheel Trust CIO (Help when […]

A day in the life of a Parish Council

Support Cambridgeshire Partners Cambridgeshire ACRE work closely with Town and Parish Councils across the County. Part of this work is to showcase best practice amongst the many Town and Parish Councils, but also to provide opportunities for the sector to meet and learn from each others experiences. In addition to the Annual County- Wide Town […]

Cam Care UK – Finding the right structure

Cam Care UK runs events and activities to improve understanding of different cultural traditions and bring people together to have fun and learn. It works in Cambourne, a multicultural village in South Cambridgeshire. In order to achieve their aim they use events such as dance festivals and the promotion of culture through food, regularly supported […]