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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. 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. Click here to view 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. Click here to view 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. Click here to view 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. Click here to view 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. Click here to view the case study.

  • Amicus

    Amicus provides specialised care for ‘looked-after children’ that need special academic and emotional support. Click here to view the case study.

  • Blooming Futures

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

  • Restyle

    A Chichester College project to provide decorating services in deprived areas. Click here to view the case study.

  • South Downs Planetarium

    This is one of the largest planetaria in Britain. The centre is managed by volunteers who, amongst other activities, run 8 to 10 shows a week to make this a self-financing venture. Click here to view the case study.

  • Sussex Saddlebacks

    This is a small-scale pig-keeping project that involves people with learning disabilities in the day-to-day running of the project. Click here to view the case study.

  • Worthing Town Centre Initiative

    This Community Interest Company ensures Worthing Town Centre is a vibrant place. Click here to view the case study.



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