The Bondholder Scheme is an innovative and powerful network of organisations who believe what is good for Burnley is good for business. Member organisations contribute financially or in-kind to promoting our town as a place to live, work, visit and invest.
In the long term this will benefit Burnley’s economy, which in turn will benefit all businesses.
In the short term, there are some other ways Bondholders can take advantage of being members:
Bondholders are passionate about Burnley and believe more of the right people need to know about our world-class aerospace industry; our skilled workforce; our new schools, colleges and university; nationally significant industrial heritage and breathtaking countryside.
For more information about the Burnley Bondholders, please visit http://burnley.co.uk/business/about-the-bondholder-scheme/
Lancashire Children’s University is part of a national charitable organisation giving 5 to 14 year olds exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside normal school hours. Children’s University’s innovative Passport to Learning encourages children from the age of 5 to try new learning experiences in and outside of school; at after school clubs, at home, in the local library, museum or further afield.
Culminating in an inspirational Graduation Ceremony, this adventure encourages children to see the joy of learning, giving a sense of wonder in the world around them and develops their confidence and aspirations for the brightest futures. Raising children's aspirations is important to us and we aim to develop the understanding that learning can be the satellite navigation to better places in life!
Building Bridges Pendle has been based in the centre of Nelson for 18 years and is recognised and respected for the delivery of cohesion work on a borough-wide footprint. We are committed to improving community relations and cohesion, the agendas we tackle are within this framework and specific categories of; Community-based cohesion projects, Schools-based cohesion and education projects, Interfaith dialogue and work addressing issues of extremism with at risk groups.
Super Slow Way aims to spark a creative revolution in Pennine Lancashire. We are working with communities along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, connecting people with local, national and international artists and commissioning projects that allow for collaboration, exploration of new ideas and experimentation with innovative approaches.