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Oct 12 2015 - 12:53pm

This is an ideal seminar if you are considering setting up your own social enterprise or have been delivering services to people and are now contemplating changing structures. You will have the opportunity to explore how CICs work, whether it is right for you and the steps you need to take.
Spaces are free – however a £30 charge will be incurred for non-attendance Places are limited

Sep 3 2015 - 11:44am

The Selby Trust will be hosting an Advice Fair on Tuesday 8th September from 11am - 3pm. The aim of the Advice Fair is to ensure people from Haringey are aware and access the range of services...

Aug 27 2015 - 2:05pm

We at the Selby Trust are extremely sad to hear that Denise Marshall, local councillor for Noel Park in Haringey, and Chief...

Aug 20 2015 - 1:07pm

Selby Trust’s Community Energy Lab has been shortlisted for a Community Energy England Award in the Community Energy Champion....

Jul 28 2015 - 2:45pm

How many community centres will be able to survive long enough

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Jul 13 2015 - 2:47pm

Community Centre Week runs from 19 – 25 July and aims to remind everyone how important community centres are to our neighbourhoods – how...

Jun 8 2015 - 3:21pm

“The Met – Policing in London” is a BBC Documentary which followed and filmed Police Officers as they worked across the capital, including Haringey.

We...

Jun 1 2015 - 12:17pm

This week (1st - 7th June 2015) is Volunteers Week and the Selby Trust is excited to celebrate the contribution so many people who volunteer with us. 

Last year, over 260 people...

May 26 2015 - 6:23pm

At packed hall at the Selby Centre on Friday 22nd May; residents, businesses, voluntary organisations and senior council officers came together to discuss how to reduce the racial inequality in the borough.

The event was put on by the Selby Trust and Black Training Enterprise Group (BTEG) with the support of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Runnymede Trust. Chaired by David Lammy MP speakers included Neale Coleman; Mayoral Advisor on Tottenham and Cllr Joe Goldberg; Executive Member for Economic Development and Social Inclusion.