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Social Enterprise Video Library

We have added a selection of video clips from people involved in social enterprise. Tune in to hear about different social enterprises and be inspired!

If you have your own clip that you would like featured on this page please email social.enterprise@westsussex.gov.uk.

Energy4All Ltd provides support to develop renewable energy cooperatives in the UK as an
integral part of our transition to a low carbon economy. It has supported many different initiatives
across the UK.


Crewkerne Leisure Management Ltd runs this Aqua Centre, formerly run by the local authority,
providing activity rooms, sports facilities and health support facilities.


Aldingbourne Trust is based in West Sussex and committed to supporting the wellbeing of
people with learning disabilities by developing their skills, helping them gain employment
in the local community and encouraging them to lead fulfilled and independent lives.


Bikeworks helps disadvantaged young people by using bikes to tackle the environmental, social and economic challenges in London. They aim to create and promote sustainable urban transport through cycling and in turn create local solutions to a global problem. Focuses on areas of social deprivation, aiming to give employment and training opportunities to the most marginalised.



Belu produces water using recycled materials. All its profits are given to WaterAid to fund
clean water projects.



The Big Issue was launched in 1991 by Gordon Roddick and John Bird in response to the
growing number of rough sleepers on the streets of London. It set out to address the problem
of homelessness by offering homeless people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income.


Divine chocolate is a new way of business to help the community. It is the only Fairtrade chocolate company which is 45% owned by cocoa farmers. Whilst Fairtrade ensures farmers receive a better deal for their cocoa and additional income to invest in their community, company ownership gives farmers a share of the profits and a stronger voice.

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