Big Society Capital, one of the founding institutions in the Social Investment market, have finalised arrangements in the last few weeks to lend BBRC an unsecured loan to help us grow and deliver our regional ambitions. We’ll use the
Bristol & Bath Regional Capital (BBRC) has recently completed its third project, a £625,000 ‘refinance’ for local social enterprise Bristol Together. Bristol Together’s aim is to rebuild lives by providing training and employment to ex-offenders. The social enterprise
Job title: Community Innovation Pilot Project Co-ordinator Organisation: Bristol & Bath Regional Capital CIC Location: Remote working, with hotdesking in Emmaus Bristol and with some regular meetings in central Bristol and availability to occasionally travel to other areas in
The Chapel at St John’s Foundation in central Bath was a serene, sunlit setting for a bustling room of attendees at Thursday’s “Opening New Doors” event. A variety of people from local businesses, charities, universities and the Council gathered
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An MSc dissertation focusing on BBRC undertaken by Policy Studies postgraduate and BBRC Intern Will Thomson entitled: “Exploring the the links between social innovation, austerity and local governance in