News

Phone Box finds a new home

19th March 2018

One of the last jobs to do to tidy up from our FuseCiC18 conference has been to find a home for a six foot cardboard cut-out of a Phone Box...

Looking back at FuseCIC18

16th March 2018

Organisers behind the first FuseCIC conference have declared the event a great success!

Chair of Fuse Enterprise CIC awarded fellowship to the RSA

21st February 2018

Esther Wright, Chair of Fuse Enterprise CIC, has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to the RSA in recognition of her work in the region’s charitable sector.

Social housing and social enterprise - a match made in heaven

18th January 2018

An article written by Jean, Fuse MD, that discusses how combining social housing and social enterprise can be beneficial for everyone.

The #FuseCiC18 conference - 8th March 2018 - Stafford

18th January 2018

'The Phone Box Millionaire' Stephen Fear, will be sharing his thoughts on how we can ignite the ambitions of the next generation of entrepreneurs!

Northfield Centre have published this years Newsletter. Click here if you would like to read it.

21st April 2017

Longford have published this years Newsletter. Click here if you would like to read it.

22nd January 2016

Sunday Lunch Offer

22nd January 2016

Northfield Centre Sunday Lunch 12 - 2:30

Shrewsbury South

22nd January 2016

FUSE won a contract to work with partners in the Oteley Road area of Shrewsbury to assess local need and demand and the feasibility of a new community centre.

We are implementing a community engagement strategy, considering future management options and presenting a business case with recommendations in the Autumn 2016.

Maesbury Metals

22nd January 2016

FUSE has been commissioned by Shropshire Council to assess the feasibility of Maesbury Metals becoming a sustainable social enterprise. We will be working with the Maesbury team to look at new and exciting ways of working and income generating opportunities.

Corner Patch Oswestry

22nd January 2016

Corner Patch, is a delightful shop in Oswestry providing a retail outlet for crafts created by adults with learning difficulties.

Commissioned by Shropshire Council we are looking at its potential to become a financially sustainable service and enterprise.

Free IT workshops at Rockspring

10th June 2015

every Tuesday & Thursday 9.30am - 12 noon

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