Our Partners

Veterans Woodcraft



Veterans Wood Craft’s exciting practical craft and skills workshops support unemployed adults over the age of 18 with their progress towards employment and improving their employability and life skills. They help them to overcome the significant barriers. They provide the support and development needed to help them build the skills necessary to work with wood, building confidence and personal development through group work and volunteering. Using trained tutors, they use the medium of wood to develop relationships, improve confidence, reduce isolation, encourage beneficiaries to share their knowledge, skills, experiences, and develop the support networks that will help them succeed and thrive in the local community.

Click on the thumbnails below to see some of the brilliant work produced by them



Get Cycling



Get Cycling have successfully delivered several European funded projects in partnership with the probation service to train offenders and people at risk of offending in basic bike maintenance as an entry route to employment.

Next Steps



Since 2001 Next Steps has been working with local people with mental health problems. The Well-being Center supports people with mental health problems, well-being issues and preventing isolation and loneliness in Ryedale, North Yorkshire, by providing a drop-in centre, activities and outreach groups Kirkbymoorside/Pickering and pop ups throughout Ryedale. Their ultimate aim is to develop self-confidence for members, improve their work prospects and access to statutory services, help support positive family relationships and prevent loneliness and isolation.

Aspire Accountancy School



Aspire, although they are a new company they have established themselves to be a great accountancy school, having recently won the AAT Best New Training Provider Award 2017