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Coming up at The Incuba: Events to Help You & Your Business

Coming up at The INCUBA:

1-2-1 Advisory – Free to attend
21st October 2014, 18th November 2014
Receive advice on anything including business start-up plans.
To book contact Dawn Bell 01582 433 700.
Connect.ed Networking - £15+VAT 
13th October 2014, 10th November 2014 and 15th December 2014
9am – 10:30am
  • Bring local businesses and community groups together to make meaningful and useful connections.
  • Help to develop business growth,
  • Aid collaborations and raise profiles and understanding of those organisations attending.
  • Provide a learning element within each session.
  • Add value by giving new ideas and skills to business owners / managers
    To book: Click here Or call 01582 343810 for further information.
Profit Club
Regular meetings held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month starting from the 9th September 2014
8am – 10 am (7:45am registration)
Profit Club is a business education club where you’ll learn from and support your peers.
For more information contact Emerson Patton on 08456 86 21 21 Or 07860 29 26 20 
Woman and Broadband – Free to attendWould you like to understand how Superfast Broadband and the Internet can help you either start-up or grow your business?
Wenta are able to offer women who live in Central Bedfordshire, Bedford and Milton Keynes area FREE help and support to increase their knowledge and confidence in the internet.
Current series:
Business online:  3rd November 2014
9:30am – 2:30pm PM networking and refreshments followed by 1-2-1.
Keeping it legal online: 7th January 2014
9:30am – 2:30pm PM networking and refreshments followed by 1-2-1.
App Development: 5th March 2014
9:30am – 2:30pm PM networking and refreshments followed by 1-2-1.

Relate First Impressions – Impression reception team creates – Free Taster Session
14th October 2014 10am – 11am
Lasting impressions are formed within the first few moments of an initial phone call to your company, if that impression is a positive, efficient and approachable one; your whole organisation is seen in the same light.
Does your team give a positive, lasting impression to your customers?
To book your place call Yasmin Ali 01234 342 503
Understand your relationship with your business – FREE Taster Session
22nd October 2014
1:30 – 2:30 If you’re struggling with pricing, you’re not confident with your brand, or your income isn’t matching your expectations, then you might enjoy this refreshing new approach to finding some answers. You’ll gain clarity and a whole new understanding about why certain areas of your business just aren’t working the way you’d like.
Contact Sandra Swan 01582 413 013 to reserve your place

Understand your relationship with your business Workshop – Discount Rate £35 (plus vat)

6th November 2014 10am – 12pm
Contact Sandra Swan 01582 413 013 to reserve your place
Laws of attraction in Business – Discount Rate £35 (plus vat)
19th November 2014
10am – 12pm Come along and learn about the most popular ‘new thought’ leadership model around. You’ll get to understand the fundamentals, and have fun in the process.
Contact Sandra Swan 01582 413 013 to reserve your place 
Grants4Growth – Free to attend
Open day 7th October 2014
Millions of pounds in grants are available to businesses like yours – businesses that are ready to invest and ready to grow. Meet with business broker to see if you’re eligible and register.Contact Judith Barker 07960 224568 for more information, and other available dates.
Velocity – Free to attend
7th October 2014 9am – 5pm
Would you like to find out how your business could benefit from a Velocity Growth Grant of up to £10,000 or specialist advice?
To book email or call 0300 300 8272

Serving up your future – Free to attend
Dates tbc
If you are 19+, unemployed and looking for a career in Retail or Hospitality then apply to take part in the two week Serving up your Future programme. 
If you are interested in this opportunity contact Bryn Roberts 07508 935222

Building Futures – Free to attend
17th November – 28th November 2014
If you are 19+, unemployed and looking for a job in construction then apply to take part in the two week building futures program.
If you are interested in this opportunity contact Sharon Nicholls 07813 015714
Bright Spark
The Central Bedfordshire College entrepreneurial group ‘Bright Spark’ is run by Students to simulate an external working environment while supporting local SME’s and their work load. Bright Spark offer SME’s an opportunity to allow students the opportunity to tender for commissions of work. For further information please contact The Incuba at or 01582 434 810

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  The Incuba, 1 Brewers Hill Road, Dunstable, LU6 1AA
Copyright © 2014 The Incuba, All rights reserved.

INCUBA: Help your business grow - Essential workshops for SMEs

Advice from experienced business owners

Here at The Incuba, we have put together a series of workshops aimed at helping you the small business owner getting the right help and support in many areas of your business. Whether its getting the right staff to build your business or generating more sales from your website, there's a workshop for you!

So if you are building on that great business idea you've had or want to build on your existing knowledge, the workshops are suitable for all.

September 24th - Wednesday
9.30 - 10:30: Workshop 3: Make your IT work for you, not the other way around
10.30 - 11:00: Networking and refreshments
11.00 - 12:00: Workshop 4: Brand Planning – Start up to exit plan

October 29th - Wednesday
9.30 - 10:30: Workshop 5: Accountancy for Small Business Owners in the Real World
10.30 - 11:00: Networking and refreshments
11.00 - 12:00: Workshop 6: Top Telephony Tips for Small Businesses

November 26th - Wednesday
9.30 - 10:30: Workshop 1: Policies, Procedures, Recruitment and the Truth about HR for Small Businesses.
10.30 - 11:00: Networking and refreshments
11.00 - 12:00: Workshop 2: Turn your website into a sales machine

ONLY £5 (plus VAT) per business workshop including refreshments or £20 (plus VAT) for ALL SIX Workshops including refreshments and networking opportunities. Please contact: 01582 343 810 or email to reserve your place.

But don’t just take our word for it, here’s some recent feedback we have received.
"Informative, inspiring… all mixed in with a healthy dose of realism and sound advice. Looking forward to starting up! Thanks to you all"
"Very useful to bounce ideas and help us focus as we move forward as a charity." 
“Very Informative with invaluable practical help"

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  The Incuba, 1 Brewers Hill Road, Dunstable, LU6 1AA

Copyright © 2014 The Incuba, All rights reserved.

Free Weekly Art, Drama, an Dance Sessions Restarting in Houghton Regis

Don't forget that the Houghton Regis Art Town sessions are starting again Tuesday 9th September!
Copyright © 2014 Full House Theatre, All rights reserved.
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Middle Farm
Northill Road
Cople, Bedfordshire MK44 3UA
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The Disability Resource Centre Event 5th September

The Disability Resource Centre
Poynters House
Poynters Road
Beds LU5 4TP
Tel 01582 470970   Fax 01582 470959                     Textphone 01582 470968 Switch Board 01582 470900
Delivering services for Bedfordshire, Luton and now Northamptonshire
Nationally recognised by the Dept of Health & NCIL as providing Best Practice in Direct Payments
Equality, access and independence for all disabled people.
Registered Charity No. 1041712 Company Limited by Guarantee No.2898000

So, What Is Silver Line? And Who Can Use it?

The Silver Line is a confidential, free helpline for older people across the UK open every day and night of the year. Specially trained helpline staff:

• Offer information, friendship and advice

• Link callers to local groups and services

• Offer regular befriending calls

• Protect and support those who are suffering abuse and neglect

About the Silver Line Helpline
0800 4 70 80 90
More than half of all 75 year olds in the UK live alone and one in ten suffers “intense” loneliness but is reluctant to ask for help. In a poll conducted to mark the national launch of The Silver Line in November 2013, 9 out of 10 older people told researchers that “a chat on the phone” is the most helpful solution when they feel lonely but 1 in 4 older people say they never or seldom have someone to chat to on the phone.

Who is it for?
The Silver Line is a helpline for older people – the Silver Generation. There are no strict age limits but most people spoken to are over 65. 

Are All Calls Free?
The Silver Line Helpline is free to callers. Individuals can ring the service independently or can be referred by staff, family, friends or carers. It relies on charitable donations from organisations and individuals who care about the welfare and safety of older people to fund this vital new service.

Are all calls confidential?
The Silver Line is a confidential helpline. Callers are free to express their feelings and describe their lives honestly, and can trust us to respect their privacy.
In cases of abuse or neglect, with the callers’ permission, we will involve specialist safeguarding organisations such as Action on Elder Abuse or Social Services.

Silver Line Friends and Silver Circles
If callers would like to be put in touch with Silver Line Friends, they can receive a regular weekly friendship call or email. Or they may like to join a Silver Circle and take part in a regular group call on subjects that interest them.

Silver Line Friends are volunteers who have contacted The Silver Line because they enjoy talking to older people. They are vetted and trained, and work in pairs for safeguarding and support.

Silver Line Forums
For those who want to connect online with others who have similar experiences, there are forums on a wide range of subjects that you can contribute to.
For more information on the service and how Central Bedfordshire Council will be working with The Silver Line please contact Victoria Clout –


Robin Hood will be swapping Sherwood Forest for Rushmere Woods as The Storyteller Theatre Company help you get the summer holidays off to a fantastic start with an entrancing and highly entertaining piece of specialist children's theatre at 1pm and 3pm on Friday 25th July. This is an event perfect for the whole family!

In one of the Wood's beautiful glades, under the natural cover of the trees, the company's three professional actors will transform the space into a magical, intimate theatre, and with the use of soft toys and puppets, will recreate one of England's most well‐known and loved classical stories.

As a 'Theatre in Education' company, The Storyteller Theatre Company has performed in schools and nurseries, and their highly visual style is guaranteed to capture even the youngest of minds. The nursery manager at one of their recent performances commented after their show, "The children, staff and parents thoroughly enjoyed themselves and I don't think we have ever seen the pre‐school children sit on the same spot for that amount of time!"

The performance lasts approximately 45 minutes, and includes the opportunity for the children to interact with the actors and characters. Children are invited to bring their own favourite stuffed toy...who knows, one of the toys may be given their own starring role in the play!

Food and refreshments will be available in the Tree Top Cafe, and there is plenty of opportunity for you to enjoy your own picnic whilst the kids enjoy the open space in the meadow, either before or after the performance.

There will be two performances on the day, one at 1pm and one at 3pm. Tickets* will be available on the day at a cost of just £5.00 for adults and £3.00 for children (please note that ticket sales will be cash only). Under 2s can watch for free! You will also receive a programme, free of charge, which will contain some fun activities for the children to do whilst in the woods.

Live theatre, beautiful surroundings, and the perfect way to stimulate your children. What better way to start the summer holidays?

For more information, visit‐performances.html or to stay in touch, 'Like' their Facebook page at

*There is a £2 parking fee payable to the venue on exit.

Funding E-Bulletin 2014 July

Funding E-Bulletin


July 2014

Voluntary and Community Action

Welcome to the July 2014 issue of the Funding E-Bulletin from Voluntary and Community Action.
Allchurches Trust Limited
The provision of funding in support of churches, church establishments and Christian organisations.

The Relationship & Grants Manager, Allchurches Trust Limited, Beaufort House, Brunswick Road, Gloucester, GL1 1JZ, Tel: 01452 873189, E-mail: Website:

Allen Lane Foundation
The Foundation makes grants to voluntary not-for-profit-organisations in the UK.  Supported work should make a difference to people's lives as opposed to simply alleviating the symptoms or current problems and should aim to reduce isolation, stigma and discrimination. Start-up, project or core costs (including venue hire, volunteers' or participants' expenses) with one-off grants of between £500 and £15,000 are available.

Gill Aconley, Grants Officer, Allen Lane Foundation, 90 The Mount, York, YO24 1AR, Tel: 01904 613223, E-mail: Website:

The Anchor Foundation
Grants are available to Christian charities for projects that encourage social inclusion through ministries of healing and the arts. Applications are considered at twice yearly meetings in April and November.  The annual deadlines for applications are 31 January and 31 July.

Secretary, The Anchor Foundation, PO Box 21107, Alloa, FK12 5WA
E-mail: Website:

The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust
Grants are available to charities for a range of projects. The project area changes each year. The Trust operates a three-year rotation of categories for applications. 2014: Music and the Arts; and Elderly. There are two deadlines per year: 1 June and 1 November and grants are between £1,000 and £3,000 for project costs.
Karen Frank, Administrator, The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust, PO Box 124, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 7YN, E-mail:

BIG Lottery Fund  - Big Potential
Funding is available to improve the sustainability, capacity and scale of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in order that they may deliver greater social impact. Funding is available to enable organisations to move to a more sustainable funding model and become less dependent on grants. Specialist one to one support and grants of between £25,000 and £75,000 are available.
Enquiries, The SIB Group, 1st Floor, Derbyshire House, St Chad's Street, London, WC1H 8AG, Tel: 0207 842 7788, E-mail: Website:

Canoe Foundation – Small Grants
Funding for projects that support or promote paddlesport activities with a specific focus on young people and/or people with disabilities. Grants are usually given up to £1,000, exceptionally £2,000, for projects with a specific focus on Young People and/or Disability (Equality) deadline: 6 October 2014 (12 noon).
Enquiries, Canoe Foundation, National Water Sport Centre, Adbolton Lane, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham, NG12 2LU, Tel: 0845 370 9547, E-mail: Website:

Church Urban Fund
Funding is available to enable churches and Christian organisations in England that are working in deprived communities, in partnership with others, to undertake new or expanding initiatives which directly tackle the effects of poverty. Applications may be submitted at any time, grants of up to £5,000 are available for project costs.
Enquiries, Church Urban Fund, Church House, 27 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3AZ, Tel: 020 7898 1647, E-mail: Website: 

The Equitable Charitable Trust
Grant funding for educational projects that benefit children and young people under the age of 25 who are disabled or from disadvantaged backgrounds in the UK and in developing countries. The size of grants made is typically between £3,000 and £20,000, with most being for sums of between £5,000 and £20,000 for project costs, capital expenditure, equipment and/or salary costs for a post. Applications may be made at any time until 24 November 2014 when the Trust will close to all applications. This funder is spending out. Any work or projects that are funded must be completed by the autumn of 2015.
Jennie Long, The Equitable Charitable Trust, Sixth Floor, 65 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A 2AD, Tel: 020 7264 4995 Website:

The Gibbs Trust
Grant for registered charities in the UK to support general charitable activities. Grants are usually made between the values of £1,000 and £3,000. The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time. The Trust meets three times a year: just after Christmas, around Easter, and late in the summer. Applications that are too late for one meeting will be considered at the next meeting.
Enquiries, The Gibbs Trust,8 Victoria Square, Bristol, BS8 4ET Website:

Greggs Foundation
Grants are available for community organisations in Great Britain to provide new experiences, especially activities that they would not otherwise be able to, for the most disadvantaged people. Grants of up to £2,000 are available for project costs.
Enquiries, Greggs Foundation, Fernwood House, Clayton Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 1TL, Tel: 0191 212 7626, E-mail:

The Green Insurance Company
Grants to support small environmentally-friendly projects taking place throughout the United Kingdom. The scheme will fund small environmentally-friendly projects.  This could include anything from creating a community garden to reducing food miles by growing vegetables or creating a wildlife garden to encourage biodiversity back into gardens. Individual grants of up to £1,000 are being provided. This year there is also a special one off grant of up to £10,000 available for one especially worthy project. A judging panel from the Green Insurance Company will review all applications, with grants being awarded in April, July, October and January to each winning project.

Green Grants Scheme Enquiries, The Green Insurance Company, 1 Masterton Way, Tannochside Business Park, Uddingston, Glasgow, G71 5PU, E-mail:

Help the Homeless
Grants are available to small and medium-sized charities in the UK working to assist homeless people to rebuild their lives and return to the community. Grants are generally up to £5,000 for capital costs. Deadlines each year: 15 March, 15 June, 15 September, 15 December.
Enquiries, Help the Homeless, 6th Floor, 248 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 7QZ E-mail: Website:

The Ironmongers' Company
Grant for projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people under the age of 25 years to fulfil their potential. Grants range from a few hundred pounds up to around £10,000 for project costs. A reasonable proportion of overheads will be accepted as part of project costs. Applications are assessed twice annually, in March and October. The deadlines for submissions are 31 December and 31 July.
Charities Administrator, The Ironmongers' Company, Ironmongers' Hall, Shaftesbury Place, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8AA, Tel: 020 7776 2311, Website:

Kathleen Laurence Trust
Grants are available for registered charities carrying out health or social welfare activities. The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time. There is no minimum or maximum level of grant and there is no minimum or maximum level of grant for costs associated with eligible projects.
Enquiries, Kathleen Laurence Trust, c/o Trustee Department, Coutts & Co., 440 The Strand, London, WC2R OQS, Tel: 020 7663 6825

Lennox and Wyfold Foundation
Grants are available to registered charities in England and Wales in support of a variety of charitable causes. No fixed grants value although most grants are between £5,000 and £10,000 for project costs. Applications may be submitted at any time and are considered twice a year by the Trustees.
Martin Betts, Lennox and Wyfold Foundation, RF Trustee Co. Limited, 15 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HG

Lionel Wigram Memorial Trust
Funding is available for charities that are providing services for blind, deaf and disabled people. Grants are usually made for between £400 and £3,000 for project costs and core funding. Applications may be submitted at any time.

Enquiries, Lionel Wigram Memorial Trust, Highfield House, 4 Woodfall Street, London, SW3 4DJ, Tel: 020 7730 6820 Website:

Military Order of the Collar Foundation
Grants for not-for-profit which assist those in need. There are no stated minimum and maximum amounts for project costs. The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time.
Mrs Linda Helm, Military Order of the Collar Foundation, Flat 341 Lauderdale Tower, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8NA, Tel: 07973 885784, E-mail:

Naturesave Trust
The Trust supports environmental and conservationist groups in the UK. Grants are available to fund projects that deal with specific environmental and/or conservationist problems, and that encourage the greater commercial adoption of sustainable development. Grants are available up to £10,000; however, the average grant size is £1,500 for project costs, applications can be made at any time.

Emma Birch, Naturesave Policies Ltd, 58 Fore Street, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5RU, Tel: 01803 864 390, E-mail: Website:

Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts
Collectively, the Trusts support a wide range of interests, both in the UK and overseas, from: arts; disadvantaged children; homelessness; parenting and child welfare; social housing; social welfare; health welfare; medical research; urban regeneration/environment; environmental projects; education; Christian causes; to developing countries.  Unsolicited applications are rarely successful. The value of awards vary from Trust to Trust for project and equipment costs. Applications can be made at any time, but may be considered at various times depending on the Trust.

Enquiries, Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, The Peak, 5 Wilton Road, London, SW1V 1AP, Tel: 0207 410 0330 Website:

Sport England
Financial assistance is available to help not-for-profit sports clubs, local authorities and schools to carry out local community sports projects. Grants are available up to a maximum of £10,000 for Eligible costs include purchasing new kit or equipment, coaching, or helping youth groups to work with local sports clubs.
Funding Enquiries, Sport England, 2 Loughborough Park, Oakwood Drive, Loughborough, LE11 3QF, Tel: 08458 508 508, E-mail:

The Steel Charitable Trust
Grants are available to registered charities in the UK, with a local preference for Luton and Bedfordshire, in the following categories: arts and culture; environment; health; education; and disadvantaged. Grants range from £1,000 to £25,000 for Revenue, core and capital costs. Applications may be submitted at any time. Trustees generally meet in March, June, September and November each year to consider applications.
Enquiries, The Steel Charitable Trust, E-mail:

The charity provides grant funding to charitable organisations which deliver projects aimed at helping the homeless make a better life for themselves, focusing on mental and physical health, employability and sustainable independent living. Grants of between £500 and £20,000 are available for project costs.
Glenn Pougnet, Director, Streetsmart, The Griffin Building, 83 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1R 5AR, Tel: 020 7292 5615, E-mail:

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) – Chestnut Fund
Grants are available to encourage and enable community groups to carry out conservation activities. Groups must be part of the TCV Community Network to qualify, membership of which is open to all groups who carry out practical conservation work. Start-up and support grants are available for administrative expenses, tools, equipment and training. Start-up grants of up to 150 and support grants of up to £350 are available. Start-up grants for administrative expenses and/or TCV association fees and insurance premiums for the initial association. Support grants for tools, equipment or training. Applications may be made at any time.
Community Network, The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), Sedum House, Mallard Way, Doncaster, DN4 8DB, Tel: 01302 388 883, E-mail: Website:

The Wyseliot Charitable Trust
Funding is available to charitable organisations for general charitable purposes. There is no minimum or maximum levels of funding specified. Previous grants have been for between £2,000 and £5,000 for project costs, applications may be submitted at any time.

Jonathan Rose, The Wyseliot Charitable Trust, 17 Chelsea Square, London, SW3 6LF

British Toy and Hobby Association
Grant for registered charities undertaking projects to support disadvantaged children aged 0-13 years. Grants usually range up to £5,000 and funding can be used for equipment and services, applications may be submitted at any time.
Tracey Butcher, Charity Co-ordinator, British Toy and Hobby Association, 80 Camberwell Road, London, SE5 0EG, Tel: 020 7701 7271, E-mail: Website:

Variety Club – Youth Clubs Grant
Grant for youth club organisations that work with young children between the ages of 8 and 18. Grants are made between the values of £800 and £1,000; however, grants of higher and lower values are also made, applications can be submitted at any time.

Julie Thomas, Variety Grants Manager, Variety Club, Variety House, 93 Bayham Street, London, NW1 0AG, Tel: 020 7428 8120, E-mail:

W.G. Edwards Charitable Foundation
Grants are available to registered charities providing care for older people. The average grant size is £5,000 and funding is mainly available for capital projects, although innovative schemes for ongoing care are also considered. The application process is ongoing and interested applicants may apply at any time. The Trustees meet in January, April, July and November each year.
Mrs Janet Brown, Clerk to the Trustees, W.G. Edwards Charitable Foundation, c/o 123A Station Road East, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 0QE, Tel: 01883 714412, E-mail:

Funding to support projects, activities and organisations that will be of real direct benefit to local communities and have a direct and tangible social impact on people’s lives. Community grants of up to £5,000 and project grants of between £1,000 and £10,000, applications may be submitted at any time.

Enquiries, Warburtons, Hereford House, Hereford Street, Bolton, BL1 8JB, Tel: 01204 556600, Website:

Wooden Spoon
Wooden Spoon's objective is to make a positive impact on the lives of disadvantaged children and young people through its commitment to quality charitable work. Grants are generally in the range of £10,000 to £100,000. Projects must normally be of a capital nature and applications may be submitted at any time.
Brian Hodges, Development Director, Capital Projects, Wooden Spoon, 115-117 Fleet Road, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 3PD, Tel: 01252 773720, E-mail:

YAPP Charitable Trust
Grants are given to small registered charities for work with elderly people, children and young people aged five to 25 years, people with disabilities or mental health problems, people with a history of offending, addiction or abuse, and education and learning. Grants are normally for a maximum of £3,000 per year for up to three years for Core funding, including the costs associated with regular activities or services that have been ongoing for at least a year. These grants are for small charities whose normal annual turnover is less than £40,000 and applications may be submitted at any time.
Joanne Anderson, Trust Secretary, YAPP Charitable Trust, 8 Leyburn Close, Urpeth Grange, Chester le Street, County Durham, DH2 1TD, Tel: 0191 4922118, Website:

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