Category: Social Enterprise Of The Month

December 1, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: PGW Rebuild with hope

Rebuild with Hope caused a stir earlier this year when it set up its flagship store in the former Debenhams store in Wigan’s Grand Arcade. […]

October 30, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: PGW Wigan Workshop CIC

Wigan Workshop CIC runs practical courses for the community. They offer affordablesessions in sewing, woodwork, joinery, DIY, and arts and craft. It recently became one […]

October 3, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Verve

This is a good yarn. What do knitters, nannas, veterans and not-for-profit foster care have in common?  Threading these themes together is Verve Community CIC. […]

July 19, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Café Camaraderie

What is Café Camaraderie ? Café Camaraderie launched in 2023 by Lay’ah Rachel after noticing through professional and personal experience that there were significant gaps in […]

June 2, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Wigan Cosmos

What is Wigan Cosmos? Wigan Cosmos is the football club with a difference, aiming to connect people of all ages, football enthusiasts or not. Based […]

May 3, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Breastfeeding Together

What is Breastfeeding Together? Breastfeeding Together is a charity which was set up in 2015, providing positive peer support to families from pregnancy to early […]

March 30, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Complete Kindness

What is Complete Kindness? Complete Kindness CIC is a cafe and community space in Tyldesley, set up by Dionne Doherty to help support people with […]

February 21, 2023
Social Enterprise of the month: Driven

What is Driven? Driven is an affordable charitable door-to-door transport scheme supporting vulnerable and isolated people in the Wigan Borough.  The Proper Good team got […]

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    Wigan & Leigh Community Charity. Business Community Hub. Platt Bridge Community Zone.
    81 Ribble Road, Platt Bridge, Wigan. WN2 5EG
    made possible by the hard work and dedication of many people and among others the following organisations.