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December 2015 – Christmas Opening Hours

Posted by Edwin Categories: Latest News & Reports Published December 21, 2015

Just like the vast majority of our clients, we are now beginning Christmas festivities, meeting amazing people (such as Levi Roots pictured), spreading goodwill and best wishes to all. We are also monitoring emails and phone messages, and will maintain our policy of returning calls and requests for support within 24 hour of receipt.

Wider Impact is delighted to be selected by the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust (see to carry out an independent evaluation of a Heritage Lottery funded Youth Engagement Project, which is due to end Autumn 2016. Pictured with Project Youth Officer Martin Evans, Wider Impact Director Edwin Lewis says, ‘This is certainly an exciting project being delivered byContinue Reading

Wider Impact has been praised and thanked for the delivery of an independent feasibility study into the future of a Stoke on Trent based Community Centre. Commissioned by the City Waterside Residents Association (pictured) and funded by the Big Lottery, Wider Impact has carried out a detailed study into the future location of their existing Community Centre.

Wider Impact Consultancy is delighted to be commissioned by the Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD) (see  to carry out an independent evaluation of the Big Lottery funded Deaf Achieve Project. Project outcomes are: Deaf people who are some distance from the workplace will become more employable by learning skills and attending job clubs DeafContinue Reading

October 2015 Wider Impact Praised for Evaluation Support

Posted by Edwin Categories: Latest News & Reports Published October 19, 2015

Wider Impact has been praised for the support provided to Headway Black Country (see ) in their evaluation of a Big Lottery funded project.  Our involvement has included: Sharing our wide experience and expertise in evaluating similar projects and initiatives The delivery of a number of client and carer workshops Multi-agency interviews Acting asContinue Reading

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis