Case Study - Lincolnshire Co-operative Development Agency
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Case Studies

A selection of Co-operative and Social Enterprises LCDA has supported over the years
  • Dec202016

    Hill Holt Wood

    Norton Disney ancient deciduous woodland Our activities aim to prove the value and importance of ancient woodland in our 21st Century lives. Operating as an environmental social en

  • Sep202016

    Seagull Ltd, Skegness

    Seagull Ltd, Skegness Eco-college, recycling and community services Mission statement “To empower people to achieve their potential through environmental activities” We are tak

  • Jun202016

    Louth Interskill

    Louth Interskill is a not for profit company and a community social enterprise which provides therapeutic and constructive activities for adults with learning difficulties or other

  • May172016

    Louth Interskill

    The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn

  • May172016

    Capacity Care CIC

    The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn

  • Apr222015

    L.A.R.C Rise

    The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn

  • Apr222015

    CASY (Counselling and Support for Young People)

    The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn

  • Apr212015

    Caistor Development Trust

    The club was opened in August 1978 by Steve Fallon. When the Fallon family bought the corner building in uptown Hoboken with its street-level tavern, Steve Fallon's sisters Kathryn