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Social Impact Multiplied

Author: Sellafield Ltd

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In this series we talk with a range of stakeholders about social impact; what it is, why it is so important, and how working collaboratively is so important.
6 Episodes
In this final episode Gary is joined by:Michael Pemberton, Chief Executive of BECCraig Lowery, OspreyMP for Copeland, Trudy HarrisonTracey West from our social impact team Useful links: Sellafield Ltd social impact strategy Station investment announcement for funding
In this week’s episode, Gary speaks with his guests about how social impact is good business. He is joined by:Former MP and co-author of the Social Value Act 2012, Hazel BlearsDirector of the Northern Powerhouse, Henri MurisonSellafield Ltd Chief Executive, Martin ChownElected Mayor for Copeland, Mike Starkie Useful links:Sellafield Ltd social impact strategy Powerhouse Borough Council Value Act 2012 
This week we turn our attention to skills and investing in the next generation.Gary is joined by:The Heads at Campus Whitehaven, Emma Jackson, head of St Benedict’s School and Sam Kidd, head of Mayfield SchoolDale Hill, director of The Well ProjectSarah Glass from the Centre for Leadership Performance and Danny Gee, headmaster of Beacon Hill SchoolStuart McCourt and Pauline Deans from our own social impact teamUseful links:St Benedict’s School School Well Project Centre for Leadership Performance Hill School Ltd Social Impact Strategy
In this week’s episode Gary sits down with:Stephen Walter from the Whitehaven Harbour Youth ProjectSimone Morgan from Whitehaven MarinaKarin Crofts from the Rivers TrustLuke Richardson from OneAimSarah Glass from the Centre for Leadership PerformanceMichael Moore from Sellafield Ltd’s social impact team Useful links:Sellafield Ltd Social Impact Strategy Harbour Youth Project Marina Trust on the Keekle Business Partnership for Leadership Performance
In this episode we’re focusing on tourism. Gary talks about the importance of tourism as part of a diverse economy with chief executive of Copeland borough council, Pat Graham, and about our latest investment in Whitehaven – The Edge, with Celia MacKenzie, chief executive of the Whitehaven Harbour Commissioners. Also in this episode we’ll hear from Ian Tierney from Cycling Projects about how another of our investments – the Hidden Coast project – will help to make the west Cumbrian coastline accessible for all. And he’s joined by Gill Hague from Cumbria Tourism, Katie Reed from Copeland Tourism and Graeme Kennedy from Allerdale Borough Council to talk about how the pandemic has helped us all to rediscover what is right here on our doorstep. Useful links:Sellafield Ltd Ltd Social Impact Strategy Tourism Borough Council Borough Council for All Harbour Commissioners 
In this series we’ll be talking to people delivering social impact projects and people who will benefit from them in West Cumbria and Warrington.In this first episode we set the scene for our social impact work, talking to our owner, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and setting out our new approach to social impact.We also discuss our £2.2 million investment in the Transforming West Cumbria programme, and the needs and challenges in the community that the programme will help to address.Our guests today include:Andrew van der Lem, Director of Government Relations and Public Affairs at the Nuclear Decommissioning AuthorityAndy Beeforth OBE, Chief Executive at Cumbria Community FoundationJamie Reed, Head of Corporate Affairs, Sellafield LtdSuzanne Wilson, Research Fellow in Social Inclusion and Community Engagement, University of Central LancashireCllr Emma Williams, Cumbria County CouncilLinks mentioned in the show:Apply for a grant from Sellafield Ltd Decommissioning Authority Local Economic and Social Impact Strategy - Ltd Social Impact Strategy Economics Report Cumbria: Opportunities and Challenges Report West Cumbria Exchange Cumbria Community Foundation 
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