This report reviews the impact of the Inspiring Bosworth Programme. The HLF funded initiative, developed by Leicestershire Promotions is all about engaging the communities surrounding the site of the Battle of Bosworth with its story. This was a real pleasure to work on as a project and introduced us to the fascinating concept of “materiality of place.”
This mobile project provides children, young people and adults with learning disabilities, learning difficulties and other health conditions with access to sensory resources and facilities. This report explores how the project’s core work is delivered, how much it costs, and the outcomes it is achieving.
Greater Lincolnshire MOVE (Moving on, Volunteering & Employability) was a 3-year project funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund (ESF) as part of the Building Better Opportunities programme (BBO). This report sets out the formative and summative evaluation findings from our work. In May 2019 MOVE was successful in its bid to operate for a further 3-year period.
This report was commissioned to evaluate the impact of a scheme which helps improve the effectiveness and outcomes of Hospital Discharge activities in Lincolnshire.
This report, featured in Farmers Weekly was commissioned from Rose Regeneration to look at the challenges facing those working in farming communities in relation to their health and well-being.
Our Social Value Engine was used to calculate the social impact for Enable2, a UK wide translation and interpreting service.
The report can be viewed here.
The Nuffield Trust was commissioned by the National Centre for Rural Health and Care to explore the impact of rurality and sparsity on the costs of delivering health care.
This report evidences the additional costs in rural areas including: staff recruitment, retention and costs; higher travel costs; increased fixed costs associated with providing services within safe staffing guidelines; and difficulties in realising economies of scale when delivering services in sparsely population rural areas.
In partnership with Rural Community Network Northern Ireland, we worked with 6 community groups over a 12-month period to help them measure the impact of their activities.
Funded by the Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland under its Special Initiatives Programme, this pilot project increased the skills and capacity of staff and volunteers at the 6 organisations; enabled them to better understand and measure the impact of their work; and enhanced their sustainability and financial viability.
This report summarises the key findings from the pilot.
We worked with Supporting Communities to measure the social impact of its community activities.
We have produced this scorecard, summarising the impact of the organisation’s work in Mid and East Antrim.