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accountant for cic - dorset 1 Reply

Hi there,I am in the process of converting to a cic ltd by shares. Would anyone happen to know an accountant experienced in accounts for this type of business? My current accountant doesnt have the…Continue

Started by emily kelly. Last reply by Dick Maule FCA Jun 12, 2013.

Charity Account Seminar in Cornwall 2 Replies

Hello All, I am chair at the AAT in Cornwall and on Saturday 26th May, we have a seminar on charity accounting and will include some matters concerning CIC.  This is a joint AAT / CIMA event with…Continue

Started by Samantha Perkin. Last reply by Samantha Perkin May 14, 2012.

What CIC's are in the South West 2 Replies

Hi Everyone,It would be lovely to know what else is going on in the South West. Perhaps even some symbiotic relationships can be formed!Look forward to finding out :) :)Continue

Started by White Clover. Last reply by Mark Trotter Feb 13, 2012.

Bristol 2050 1 Reply

Hi allSocial enterprises in the South West need to engage with the Bristol 2050 initiative - you will have some great ideas to contribute and you may have a lot to gain from it too!  See the website…Continue

Started by Cecile Gillard. Last reply by occupybristol Jan 24, 2012.

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Comment by Alan Jones on May 14, 2012 at 14:07

Hi folks just joined CIC thought I'd say I. I'm working with Penwith Radio CIC in Penzance, Cornwall and looking to set up a coaching/wellbeing CIC with a small group of therapists and coaches.

Nice to meet you all (in the virtual sense of the word)

Alan

Comment by Cecile Gillard on September 12, 2011 at 14:09
For some time there have been a number of church initiatives to reduce energy bills (and environmental impact) by installing such equipment on church-owned premises. It's not always possible, practically or because of listing status and other heritage building issues, to instal on the main church roof - but other options are often possible (including installations at associated premises, like church halls or church schools). If anyone wants to know more please contact me directly cecile.gillard@burton-sweet.co.uk 
Comment by Dick Maule FCA on September 12, 2011 at 13:19

one of my clients in Somerset is already running a similar scheme of providing solar panels for schools etc

 

Comment by John Mulkerrin on September 12, 2011 at 12:13
Comment by Jeff Mowatt on May 20, 2011 at 7:21

Hi Cecile,

We moved to the South West in  the Forest of Dean 5 years ago. By this time, our 'profit for purpose' approach had been established since 2004 in the UK when we were interviewed about preceding work in Russia to leverage a micro enterprise development initiative.

 

In May 2004 a working model of P-CED and its first social product, a community interest broadband proposal published.  

This time 5 years ago we were heavily embroiled in overseas efforts where we took on the human rights issue of children abandoned to state care and set about proposing potential social enterprise solutions. 

 

The microeconomic 'Marshall Plan' strategy was delivered later that year and 5 years on, the impact may be observed in the report RBS requested for the SE100 index.  

We'd begun in 1996 with a paper proposing a sustainable economic paradigm as an alternative to laissez faire capitalism.  Our work in sustainability includes presentations for the Economics for Ecology conferences in Sumy.  

Locally, we seem to be placed in the land that social enterprise forgot and we're still pursuing the aim of a community sustainability initiative in the Forest.    

Regards,

Jeff

 

 

 

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