A big thank you to the Caswells Group who have kindly donated personal protective equipment to Community Campus – our Construction team will be very happy.
We have been featured in a case study by Good Finance UK. To see the case study be follow the link below: https://www.goodfinance.org.uk/case-studies/community-campus-87
Community Campus in partnership with British Land are delivering a pilot ‘Starting Out in Construction’ six week training programme aimed at acting as a stepping stone to employment opportunities in the construction sector. The training is free to Stockton residents aged 18 and over. For further information please see the enclosed flyer. Starting Out in … Read more
Community Campus were proud to host the Locality Power of Community meeting at our Stockton office on 7 May 2019. The meeting drew 25 Locality members from across the North East and Yorkshire to hear a presentation looking at what we do and how we have sustained our services over the last 30 years. The … Read more
We were happy to host a study visit from the Housing and Communities Research Team from Birmingham University as part of the group look at community solutions to empty homes. The group included David Mullins from Birmingham University, Dr Eva Morales from the University of Malaga and Professor Yoshi Kikuchi from the University of Fukui … Read more
Community Campus would like to say a huge thanks to Linkey, a Non-Profit Social Enterprise for the donation of male and female toiletries, which we will distribute to our residents.
Michael Low from Safe in Tees Valley contacted Community Campus in Middlesbrough recently asking how his team of young people could assist our Supported Housing project for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Claire Fishburn (Tenant Support Worker) met with the NCS group on Friday 30th November to discuss how to … Read more
On the 9 November 2018 staff bravely took part in the Big Tees Sleepout at Ormesby Hall in Middlesbrough. Overall the event raised £16,000 to fight local poverty and homelessness.
‘Two years ago Jones, 23, was homeless and relying on friends to let him sleep on their couches while he struggled to find work. Today, he is painting a wall in a gutted home on a quiet street, part of a group tasked with refurbishing some of the area’s many vacant, derelict homes. Last week, Theresa … Read more