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Month: April 2021

Free local support for your community enterprise in Oxfordshire

26th April 2021

If you’re based in Oxfordshire, you can get free tailored support and mentoring to help you set up your own community enterprise, small organisation or group offering care and support to others. Your local Community Catalyst and mentor, Anita Wingad can help you to: Work for yourself Work locally Choose your own hours Think about … Read more

Supporting people with everyday technology

19th April 2021

Skills For Care have a set of webinars and videos available to watch online to help you provide support to others with everyday technology use. Using technology is now as much a part of life as any other aspect of life that someone might need support with. This means social care workers and volunteers need … Read more

Better Broadband for Rural Businesses

13th April 2021

The government has launched a scheme to provide vouchers of up to £3,500 to businesses in rural locations to fund the installation of high-speed broadband. Find out more here. Read more

A new CEO for Community Catalysts

13th April 2021

Small Good Stuff is part of the wider Community Catalysts family and we’re all passionate about helping local people to help and care for other local people.  The Board of Community Catalysts is delighted to announce the appointment of Pip Cannons as our next CEO, taking over from our founder Sian Lockwood who is retiring … Read more

Opportunities to Network – FSB

8th April 2021

FSB are running free online regional networking opportunities for small businesses. You do not need to be an FSB member to attend these events. Sign up for an event in your area here. Read more

The Buzz is back…and we are absolutely ‘buzzing’ about it…!

5th April 2021

Today we relaunched The Buzz and we will be sharing a new exciting activity video every day throughout April and beyond. The new videos have been made possible through a Small Good Stuff grants scheme funded by Community Catalysts which has seen grants of up to £500 distributed to 23 small community enterprises from across … Read more