Helping homeless people in our region get back on their feet
Based in Egremont, Calderwood House is an inspiring, award winning emergency homeless hostel which provides accommodation for up to 11 people.
A business so enjoyable, it feels like a hobby
Jamie and Laura Cowan have grown their holiday let portfolio from one to seven charming properties over the last 10 years. They tell us about the brightest moments along their journey.
Growing, learning and working together
Susan’s Farm is a unique and inspiring organisation based in the north of Cumbria. Founded by its passionate owner Susan Aglionby, the farm has made a big impact in our region.
An innovative business proposition
Throughout lockdown, restaurants have had to keep their doors closed, but one restaurant in Pooley Bridge has responded by offering a fine dining experience to people’s homes.
Weathering the pandemic together
Cumbrians are being urged to support the county’s artists and creative companies who have been hard-hit by Covid-19.
Launching a brilliant school bank
We were excited to work with James Rennie School as they launched their first school bank, as part of our wider mission to help more young people learn about real-world finance. James Rennie is a school for pupils aged 13-19 with severe or profound learning needs, based at Kingstown in Carlisle.