Shedding light on cultural and spiritual heritage

/ York Minster

Cathedral Collections: Unlocking Spiritual Capital was a 3-year project that increased knowledge about and access to York Minster’s collection of
over 300,000 objects. We researched and designed a report showing how the Minster approached the project along with the outcomes. The learning from the project was shared with the 43 cathedrals in England.


Shifting gear to cruise into a diverse future

/ SoulRiders

SoulRiders are a charity dedicated to creating a stronger and healthier community for black and minority ethnic (BME) through cycling.
They had lots of great ideas but needed a costeffective way to secure funding. Because of our involvement, funding was secured for SoulRiders, ensuring the charity could keep doing its good work.


Bringing maritime heritage to life

/ The Tall Ship & The GalGael Trust

Evaluation of the Anchor & Sail Project

The Anchor & Sail Project was a collaboration between The GalGael Trust and The Tall Ship, aimed at promoting maritime heritage and traditional boat building skills. The project set out to engage the community and encourage those who traditionally would be least likely to get involved in this sector.


Inspiring young people to learn and succeed through enterprise

/ Young Enterprise Scotland

Pathways Programme Impact report

Young Enterprise Scotland’s aim is to inspire young people to learn and succeed through enterprise. Each year they support over 15,000 young people across Scotland. The Pathways Programme was created to support young people who face disadvantage when accessing formal education and employment. Having worked with over 20 schools since launching in 2015, YES wanted to extend their reach and get more pupils involved. That's where we came in.