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Case Studies

Social enterprises operate in many different sectors and in different shapes and sizes. Here is a selection of social enterprises in West Sussex. Although the case studies were produced some time ago and we have not followed up the development of some of these organisations, they still represent good examples of social enterprise activity. To find out more click on the links below. Please note these case studies do not represent a recommendation on the organisation's activities or their performance.

  • 4Sight

    4SIGHT offer a wide range of practical support solutions to blind and partially sighted people to help them remain independent following sight loss. Read the case study.

  • Amberley Museum

    This Museum has been dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East and now comprises of over 40 buildings housing a range of exhibitions. Read the case study.

  • Ferring Country Centre

    They provide training and work experience for people with learning difficulties across the many areas of the Country Centre. Read the case study.

  • Sussex Oakleaf

    Delivers services across Sussex to people who have mental health &/or substance misuse needs, young people & people at risk of homelessness. Read the case study.

  • Aldingbourne Country Centre

    Through various projects the Aldingbourne Country Centre provides work and training opportunities for people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Read the case study.

  • Blooming Futures

    This company has developed the technology required to convert diesel engines to run on Pure Plant Oil. Read the case study.

  • dizzy Retail

    This is a Community Interest Company that manages two shops at the moment. Dizzy's mission is to provide support to diabetic people. Read the case study.

  • Frame of Mind

    A Community Interest Company. Frame of Mind provides vocational training opportunities and support to users of mental health services in West Sussex. Read the case study.

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