‘Make it Happen – for the Health and Wellbeing of our Communities’

The Engine Room is very excited for this month’s ‘Make it Happen – for the Health and Wellbeing of our Communities‘ – a free event for social enterprises in the health and wellbeing sector.

Come along to this event to find out more: brought to you by RIO in partnership with Resonance and the South West Academic Health and Science Network.

This event will be split into two parts (please book onto the part that most suits you) with a networking session joining the two parts for everyone to come together, make connections, and continue to be inspired.

Part 1: 2:00pm – 4.30pm
Who’s it for?

Do you have an idea? Have you started a project, initiative or business which is delivering services in your community? Then join us for interactive session with other like-minded people and inspirational businesses to meet, explore and discover what’s happening in key areas of the health and wellbeing sector. This session will be focusing on four key themes:

Networking (with tea with cake of course!): 4.30 – 5.30pm

Peter Holbrook, CEO of Social Enterprise UK will be joining us to share inspirational examples of how social enterprises are providing solutions within the health and wellbeing sector and beyond.

Please note all attendees – whether you’ve book onto Part 1 or Part 2 – are invited to attend this networking session.

Buy Social Nourishment for your networking will be provided by the Real Junk Food Project a Liskeard based social enterprise. Real Junk Food is currently a RIO client on the Engine Room programme – a start-up support programme for social enterprise ideas and businesses based in Cornwall.

Part 2: 5.30pm – 7.00pm
Who’s it for?

Have you spotted a gap in services supporting health and wellbeing and looking to get a social enterprise idea off the ground? Then come and join us to help you explore the potential of your idea and to find out what support is on offer.

See you there!

To register to attend the event, visit the Eventbrite page here. Remember to book onto the part that most suits you – you’ll get tea and cake regardless!