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So what, what next – a new Transforming Care project

Community Catalysts is really exciting to be starting work on a new project. It is part of the national Transforming Care programme and is the idea of the national empowerment steering group who are supported by the Local Government Association …

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Food for Thought

As the Do Your Thing project comes to an end It seems only five minutes since I took on the role as the Coordinator of the Do Your Thing project in Kirklees and now it has now come to a …

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Enterprising Communities Project

Chris Clarke and Rachel Knight are the new Community Business Coordinators working for Community Catalysts on the Power to Change Enterprising Communities Project. Community businesses are run by and for the local community and they use their profits to make the …

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Great Communities

MacIntyre and Community Catalysts launch an exciting innovation project in Warrington MacIntyre is an established national charity whose primary purpose is to make a positive contribution to the lives of children and adults with learning disabilities. Community Catalysts and MacIntyre …

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New Non-executive Directors Join Community Catalysts

Community Catalysts is delighted to announce the appointment of two new non-executive directors, Clenton Farquharson MBE and Frank Curran. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to our Board as well as extensive networks within social care, health and related …

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