Thursday, 22 October 2009

I received some more good news this lunchtime...

Now in its 6th Year, the Social Enterprise Yorkshire and the Humber awards aim to celebrate and recognise the achievements of social entrepreneurs in the region. Sponsored by Business Link, the 'Social Enterprise in Yorkshire and the Humber' Awards provide a platform for Social Enterprises to showcase themselves and their achievements, culminating in an awards dinner which was held last night at Doncaster Racecourse. There were five award categories:
  • Start up of the Year
  • Social Enterprise in Education
  • Innovation in Enterprise
  • Social Entrepreneur of the Year
  • Social Enterprise of the Year
Bruntcliffe High School has been sweeping the board with its work on enterprise and last night they won the 'Social Enterprise in Education' Award. The judges were looking for outstanding examples of businesses that are delivering real social impact and competing effectively in a commercial market so this is a great achievement by the team at Bruntcliffe High School.

If you want to find out more about these awards or about Business Link you can visit their website at

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