Changemakers

[046] – Feeding bellies not bins – changing how we think about food waste with Corin Bell from Real Junk Food Manchester

The Real Junk Food Project is an idea that was started by one man, a chef called Adam Smith, that was set up in December 2013 in Armley in Leeds and has grown into a “global, organic network of pay as you feel concepts” which¬†divert surplus edible food destined for waste and¬†make it accessible for […]

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[037] – How to have a global impact in your first year in business

In this episode I’m ‘in conversation with’ Georgina Wilson-Powell, editor of online sustainable lifestyle magazine, Pebble magazine. Pebble magazine has only been in existence since November 2016, but has very quickly become an established brand and create such an impact that it was recently awarded the Global Imapct Award at the Blue Patch business awards. […]

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[035] – The reality behind the first year of a social enterprise

In this episode, I chat to Emily Mathieson, founder of Aerende, an online interiors store with the tagline of “life improving homewares”. Everything Aerende sells is not only beautiful, it’s also made in the UK by people facing social challenges. Aerende has just celebrated it’s first year in business, and Emily and I discuss the […]

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[033]- Create a livelihood that matters

Prepare to be inspired…! In this interview I chat to Johanne Moeller, the brains behind Edventure, a school for community enterprise in Frome in Somerset The students at Edventure have been responsible to setting up the UK’s first Share Shop, as well as the UK’s first community fridge, amongst other amazing projects. Early on in […]

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