HRH Prince Edward visited Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership’s Bike Project on 25th June to celebrate its achievements over the last 6 years and to meet the beneficiaries, volunteers and partner organisations who have made it all happen. He was accompanied by the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, Michael More-Molyneux. Over 80 people attended the event in Guildford where the Prince talked with […]
Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership is delighted to be part of the Alliance Programme led by RCS Services … RCS Services have been awarded £485, 000 from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund (ESF) to help tackle social isolation and help bring people closer to the workplace in the Enterprise M3 LEP […]
We are pleased to be part of the Working Together for Work project which aims to support disadvantaged individuals with family focused activities through Family Learning. Working Together for Work is part of the BBO programme which is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.
We are pleased to be part of the Local Learning Perspectives project which aims to support disadvantaged individuals move closer towards or into employment. Local Learning Perspectives is part of the BBO programme which is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.
We were delighted to receive an Award for Community Learning from the London Learning Consortium (LLC) at their Annual Celebration Event on 23rd May 2017. Pictured above is Zoe Guenigault receiving the award on behalf of SLLP from Stephen Jeffrey, Chief Executive of LLC.
ETHOS Adviser, Philippa Secretan worked with Paragon Housing to set up a job fair in Elmbridge. The purpose was to bring employers and prospective applicants together. It was also an opportunity to provide information to those attending on the opportunities available locally to enrol on a course and develop new skills, or to sign up for employment […]
The Lord-Lieutenant, Michael More-Molyneux is committed to encouraging and supporting the voluntary, charitable and faith sectors. He was very impressed with his visit to the Guildford Bike Project (November 2016) where he spent time talking with those who were volunteering and with those who were learning new skills including numeracy literacy and cycle mechanics. We […]
October 2016, Sony Ericsson employees working with the GLADE team to renovate a garden. These volunteers regularly work in Park Barn to support the GLADE social enterprise. The GLADE venture, run by Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership and another local charity, Oakleaf Enterprise, seeks to provide opportunities for skills and employment.
The Walton Bike Project was created as a Social Enterprise to provide community skills, confidence-building and progression for local, disadvantaged, residents. Set up in March 2016 with three year funding from Walton Charity to support staff funding and a grant from Surrey County Council to cover set up costs. The Bike Project has now been […]