How the University of Gloucestershire is having a Green Impact across Gloucestershire

How the University of Gloucestershire is having a Green Impact across Gloucestershire

Back in 2016, the University of Gloucestershire won a bid to be part of a jointly funded £3.16 million National Lottery /European Social Fund Building Better Opportunities (BBO) project known as GEM (Going the Extra Mile). This inclusive employment project was set up with the aim of engaging with and supporting individuals experiencing barriers to work due to a range of circumstances, and moving them closer to education, training or employment.

Janet Dwyer leads discussion at ‘Innovation in Gloucestershire’s Rural Business’ event

Janet Dwyer leads discussion at ‘Innovation in Gloucestershire’s Rural Business’ event

Janet Dwyer led a discussion session at an ‘Innovation in Gloucestershire’s Rural Businesses event’, which was organised by GFirst Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Land Based Business Group. Its purpose was to demonstrate to Gloucestershire rural businesses how their businesses could benefit from engaging with GFirst LEP.