Winners! Groundwork Community Awards
Ramsey Neighbourhoods Trust is delighted to announce that we have won this national award for Best Community Group Contribution to Education or Employment. Carol Aston (Chair) and Alison Seery (Project Manager) collected the award on behalf of the charity at a ceremony in London at the beginning of November 2017.
From Hobbies to Employment
‘My name is Alison Seery and I am Project Manager for the Ramsey Phoenix Project.
Another Project! What is this one about I hear you ask?
Well, funding has been approved by Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), for a year long scheme, which will encourage and support those adults, in Ramsey and the surrounding areas, who are looking for training or employment. Essentially, Ramsey Phoenix Project
offers a variety of workshops and events that tap into people’s existing interests. This in turn will lead to an increase in confidence and skills, as those involved will become equipped to organise an event
Make Do and Mend
The Dog’s Meet
As a direct result of our ‘All About Animals’ course in Autumn/Winter 2016 the participants set up ‘The Dog’s Meet’ community cafe. The cafe offers participants the opportunity to learn new skills as well as offering a service to the community. The cafe is open every Tuesday between 10am and noon at Ramsey Cricket Club.