Social Enterprise Yorkshire and the Humber (SEYH) runs the annual awards ceremony to recognise and showcase the breadth of work being done in the social enterprise sector in the region.
Bramley Baths has been nominated for the social enterprise of the year award. Baths CEO David Wilford said: “We are honoured to be on the shortlist for this award. The team at the Baths and trustees work so hard to give the community the best service for great value.”
Nationally recognised community enterprise Seagulls, off Kirkstall Road, has been shortlisted for the environment award. Seagulls works to improve the environment through the recycling and reuse of paint materials, alongside the creation of work for disadvantaged people and groups.
Here’s the full list of nominees:
|Social Investment Award – sponsored by Big Society Capital|
Cowersley Community Out Of School Club CIC
Enabled Works Ltd
NAViGO Health and Social Care CIC
|Social Enterprise of the Year Award – sponsored by Wrigleys |
Get Out More CIC
Family Fund Business Services
|Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award – sponsored by Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) |
Vicki Beevers from The Sleep Charity
Anthony Waddington from Participate Projects
Jim Reiss from DJ School UK
|Social Enterprise Start Up Award – sponsored by Wates Construction|
Our Creative Connection
Buy Nowt LS6 – Library of Things
Umbrella Yogo CIC
Environmental Award – sponsored by Utility Aid
Social Business Brokers
SEYH is based on Bradford Road, Stanningley, and is a not-for-private-profit organisation established to represent, promote and drive forward the development of the social enterprise sector.
The awards ceremony will be held at The Shay Stadium in Halifax on Thursday, 22 September.