As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week and Social Enterprise Day, we’re celebrating and showcasing the incredible impact social enterprises from across Wales. Here are just five examples of social enterprises from across Wales making an impact in their area…
Câr-y-Môr is Wales’ first regenerative ocean farm growing a multitrophic seaweed and shellfish farm which began in 2019 and was founded by seven family members.
The Bike Lock is a social enterprise committed to making Cardiff (and beyond) a more active, healthier and happier city. Tom Overton is the founder and director of The Bike Lock and he set the organisation up to remove existing barriers that prevent people from travelling actively.
Creating Enterprise is making significant strides in its mission to promote sustainable housing in North Wales through its Modular Solutions factory in Rhyl.
Eleanor Shaw, People Speak Up
People Speak Up has become a lifeline, working with people and their families who are living with or have been affected by: cancer, dementia, loneliness, isolation, anxiety, mental health issues and social exclusion.
Outside Lives is connecting people living across Flintshire and Denbighshire in North Wales, focussing on improving the wellbeing of people and planet.
With Music in Mind
With Music in Mind help tackle the loneliness epidemic in older people in South Wales through music and fun, whilst improving their physical and mental well-being.