Right Resolution CIC is a Northamptonshire & Peterborough based organisation supporting young people (16-24) leaving care on their individual needs to ensure that each young person’s progress is specific, purposeful and unique to their aspirations.
With our unique approach and individualised support we empower care leavers to be in control and make decisions on their destiny.
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT
Through Right Resolution CIC, care leavers in Northamptonshire/Peterborough are given the support with life-long learning skills, as well as gain experience and social interaction.
Cooking Good is a community-based, food project aimed at cooking on a tight budget. It is focused on cooking from scratch, families cooking together, increasing the consumption of fresh foods and increasing cooking confidence.
Cooking Good brings people together in their local communities by sharing recipe ideas, cooking successes, cooking from scratch and on a budget, and reducing waste. The underlying focus is on supporting happy and healthy communities.
We work with agencies such as HomeStart, schools and pre-schools, housing associations, many food aid and surplus food providers such as community larders and fridges to deliver Cooking Good services and skills to individuals and families.
Cooking Good also offers essential Cooking Good Meal Bags to families in Northamptonshire – with everything needed to cook four delicious meals i.e. ingredients, recipe cards and folder, cooking equipment and wipeable meal planners. All of which is supported by online tutorials, videos and face-to-face cooking sessions.
The aim of the umbrella organisation, Community Health-Works UK CIC, is to work in collaboration with partners to deliver wellbeing projects to individuals, groups, communities or the workplace, in order to promote overall health and wellbeing and Cooking Good’s aim is to impact on public health outcomes such as reducing childhood and adult obesity and consequent ill-health. Increasing consumption of fruit and vegetables is one measure of our success.
Other objectives are to improve mental health, to remove barriers which perpetuate health inequality, support self-reliance and reduce stigma around food and health, reduce food waste and work with others around food sustainability. Specific projects to work with particular target groups are available, such as teenage mental health, food and nutrition for older people, cancer patients, those living with life-long conditions, weight management, etc.
Take a look at what we do and join in the conversation: www.cooking-good.co.uk @cookinggooduk – on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
LoveCorby.co.uk is the host of everything great in Corby and the surrounding area.
Whether looking to dine out, explore, entertain the family or even looking for work, then make sure you regularly check the website and follow them on social media.
Come and meet Love Corby members and new businesses at their regular networking events.
Originally under the wing of former Corby Borough Council, the organisation has now become an independent Community Interest Company – Love Corby CIC – another new social enterprise for North Northamptonshire!
They have information regarding; events, jobs, businesses, shopping, attractions and where to stay and more!
NN Journal CIC is an independent news site for Northamptonshire.
Run by local journalists Sarah Ward and Natalie Bloomer it reports on news and events of social importance in the county.
Established as a social enterprise NN Journal’s mission is to ensure that local journalism not only survives but thrives. To this end it runs journalism training workshops with the county’s young people to inspire and train the next generation.
Natalie says: “We decided to start our venture in response to the decline of local journalism in our county over the past few years. The explosion of social media and the demise of traditional advertising streams has sadly led to the established local newspapers either closing (as was the case with the Herald and Post in 2016 ) or having to lay off staff and reduce the number of reporters. As a result the coverage of Northamptonshire society and communities has not been as comprehensive as it once. People in power are not being held to account and the public is being let down.”
NN Journal will always provide free articles during the week to its email subscribers, but from March a paid element for members will be introduced, with bonus features.
Adrenaline Alley in Corby is Europe’s largest urban sports venue.
Set out over 120,000 ft2, it is a dreamland for BMX, MTB, scooter, skateboard, and inline enthusiasts. The size has allowed us to create numerous skatepark zones playing to all styles and abilities, including those with disabilities.
Our world-class facility caters for everyone from complete beginners to future Olympians.
As the majority is indoors, riding/skating can take place whatever the weather so we can guarantee an awesome experience on every visit. We also host a modern 2 floor Café, a SKATEHUT shop, and a fully-kitted photography studio.
In addition to our daily sessions, our services include a weekly training club, 1-2-1 coaching, events and equipment/facility hire.
Adrenaline Alley is a registered charity trading as a social enterprise. This means we work with the local community, the council and local charities to create jobs, training, and volunteering opportunities and to provide somewhere safe and secure for young people to take part in their sport. We then plough our profits back into the charity to help us reach our vision.
We continue to expand and develop to meet local need and national/international demand. Since opening, we have purchased our 6-acre site and trebled the size of the business over the last 14 years.
Location: 6 Priors Haw Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 5JG Website: WWW.ADRENALINEALLEY.CO.UK Telephone: 01536 202049 Email: email@example.com Social Media: Follow @adrenalinealley on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube and LinkedIn Registered Charity Number: 1115146 Company Number: 05819804
Boromi is a multi-award-winning network of play libraries, working in partnership with schools, nurseries and other educational settings across the country to empower parents to support and nurture their child’s early development through powerful, purposeful play together at home, where it matters most.
Shire Sounds are the community radio station for Kettering & the surrounding areas (covering Barton Seagrave, Rothwell, Burton Latimer, Desborough, Warkton, Mawsley & everything in between) built & run by a team of talented under 25s.
They broadcast live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to the community of Kettering, playing the best mix of music from the 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s & todays chart music! They also cover local news on their Facebook, Instagram & Twitter and during live shows. National bulletins play out at the top of the hour every hour. So whatever you need, they have the fix!
Bringing you great entertainment and music, local news and information, events and goings on across Kettering. If you are interested in becoming a presenter or advertising on Shire Sounds then drop them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Business Exchange provides affordable workspaces on flexible terms for the people of the borough of Kettering.
The Business Exchange building is sited in the former Rockingham Road School located next to Sainsburys and the bus station adjacent to Kettering town centre.
The Business Exchange holds 48 business offices of various sizes. We are funded by a trust whose objective is to support local businesses with affordable office space. Our units come with essential utilities and security, but without long term commitment. Success to us is providing short and long term office space rentals.
If your businesses needs space to help with a move, or expansion then give The Business Exchange a call and see what office space is available.