A North East-based not-for-profit has received a £10,000 grant from the Reece Foundation to help towards further development of a vocational training programme.Read More
In late September, we took a group of 20 staff and service users from Stakeford Nurseries on the trip of a lifetime to the Eden Project in Cornwall as part of our ‘Next Steps Project’. Our Horticultural Services Manager, Dan, fills us in on the details of their adventure!Read More
They say that money grows on trees, but staff from a local branch of Lloyds Bank have learned that trees can also provide so much more on a recent volunteering day at Blyth Star Enterprises’ Woodfuel Centre.Read More
At Blyth Star Enterprises, we are always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to generate income to help us to continue to operate our services.
Donations from the public are always a welcome boost and enable us to go above and beyond for our service users to continuously develop our offer and provide new and innovative experiences. This is Emma’s story…Read More
A charitable organisation has been awarded over £22,000 to help establish a new vocational education and training programme in Northumberland.
Blyth Star Enterprises, which provides living support, work experience and day services for people living with learning disabilities and mental health issues, has acquired funding through a number of charitable trusts including The Ridley Family Charity, the Gwyneth Forrester Trust, the Guyll Leng Charitable Trust and the Didymus Charity to help get its woodfuel and woodwork training programme off the ground.Read More