Some of our clients took part in a Middlesbrough Homeless Football Club Event – and won! Middlesbrough Homeless Football Club is a new movement designed to improve the health, confidence and life choices of homeless people across Teesside. Every month agencies field teams to compete in a local homeless league, the very best players being selected to represent the club in matches against mainstream football sides. Please see for more information.Read More →

Professor Graham Henderson is the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of Teesside University.  The organisation is thrilled that he has agreed to be our first patron eariler in the year. Graham is pictured hosting a visit from Professor David Mullins (Birmingham University) and Professor Yoshinobu Kikuchi (University of Fukui, Japan), who were visiting our project to progress some research and look at the work of the Empty Homes Project.Read More →

Daniel Langlands is a young men’s support worker for Anglicare, Western Australia who gained a scholarship to travel and link with agencies in a similar field of work. Daniel said “it was priviledge to visit Community Campus and see some of the great work that you and your partners in the Tees Valley do.  Campus obviously has excellent local knowledge and connections within the communities that it works, that make it able to respond to local issues and opportunities in a way that other organisations cannot.  It was also great to see how local young people not only make use of Campus services but genuinelyRead More →

Gordon Farrel is a core volunteer of Community Campus, working with the Senior Management Team to help to develop the organisation.  He was awarded his MBE for public service to the community. Gordon has historic links with the organisation through his role in the Middlesbrough Task Force in the early days of our project (1991) and through his work with the Department for Work and Pensions Employee Volunteer Scheme, where his volunteering began.Read More →