Our Blog

On behalf of the Wolseley Trust Board of Directors;

In 2015 an internal investigation took place at the Trust that was instigated by the new Chief Executive who had concerns regarding historic financial matters. The findings that were revealed necessitated the Trust seeking legal counsel and being then advised to make a formal complaint to the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.

As a result of that police inquiry the Trust is aware that the Crown Prosecution Service has decided to commence a criminal prosecution against a number of individuals.

The Chief Executive and the Board of Directors have cooperated fully with the police in their investigation. This inquiry has now progressed to a prosecution phase and the Trust will continue to support the police in any action they choose to take in this matter.

The Trust wishes to reassure all its partners, service users and staff that it will be very much business as usual as it continues to work to assist local people with the economic and community regeneration of our inner-city area of Plymouth.

Sarah Taylor

Chief Executive the Wolseley Trust

22/11/2018

Myself and the Wolseley Trust team were delighted to welcome Claire Murdoch, National Director of Mental Health for NHS England and Chief Executive of Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust to the Jan Cutting Centre today.

A great opportunity to show case our Healthy Futures Social Prescribing Service and all the great work going on in our Wellbeing Hub. 
Thank you to all our partners for being with us today.


Sarah Taylor


Chief Executive

 

NHS Visit 2018

 

logo

We will be holding our Annual Fun Day on

Saturday 14th September 2019 from 10:30am - 3:30pm 

on the Scott Business Park Site.

 

  

 2019 Fun Day Poster

  

There will be lots going on including;

a Wizards, Witches and Magical Creatures Themed Fancy Dress, Live Music, Face Painting, Bric-a-Brac Stalls, BBQ & Refreshments, Balloon Modelling, a Bouncy Castle and much more. We will also be holding a raffle on the day.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Please click here to download a PDF Version on the Fund Day Poster.


If you have any questions, please contact the Wolseley Office on 01752 607449.

 

Kind Regards

The Wolseley Trust Team

 

 

 

  

The Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre has been designated as the first Wellbeing Hub in Plymouth.

 

Dear All

As many of you will be aware Plymouth City Council and Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning group have been working with partners across Plymouth to design a network of Wellbeing Hubs.

Wellbeing Hubs offer an opportunity to provide support for people in their local community in a different way, they will join up a network of resources and services that have a part to play in improving health and wellbeing.

I am very pleased and proud to announce that the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre has been designated as the first Wellbeing Hub in Plymouth.  

On Friday 23rd March 2018, the formal launch of the Wellbeing Hubs initiative took place at the Centre.

The support we have received over the years has enabled this Centre to thrive and develop. The Centre was open to the public from 2.00pm on the day, and showcased the richness of services delivered in our community.   It was also an opportunity for the publice to hear more about the Wellbeing Hubs initiative in Plymouth.

We hope everyone who attenbded on the day had an enjoyable time.  Please see below a couple of videos of the day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReDJz4QSiHk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxJOzjdAOMQ

With kind regards

Sarah Taylor

Chief Executive

Wolseley Community and Economic Development Trust

WOLSELEY TRUST IN A NUTSHELL


Wolseley Trust is a Community Economic Development Trust dedicated to
improving life for the people of North Prospect, Stoke, Ham, Keyham and Ford
in Plymouth.


The grass-roots organisations we support and work closely with help the local
people we serve overcome deprivation, social exclusion and mental-health
issues to give them a chance of reaching their full potential.


Thanks to our major partner and supporter, Plymouth City Council, we have
an 11-year track record of developing and managing business parks and
community facilities worth more than £10 million, and we use the trading
surplus that generates to give grants and further our work in the community.


Our aim is to help bring genuine lifestyle improvements to everyone in the
community, in the form of jobs, health, wealth and business opportunities.
And we couldn’t do any of that without you.

 

To read the full review please download by clicking the link below.

 AR Image 2018

Wolseley Trust Annual Review 2017-2018

Wolseley Trust is a Community Economic Development Trust dedicated to improving life for the people of North Prospect, Stoke, Ham, Keyham and Ford in Plymouth. 

The grass-roots organisations we support and work closely with help the local people we serve overcome deprivation, social exclusion and mental-health issues to give them a chance of reaching their full potential. 

Thanks to our major partner and supporter, Plymouth City Council, we have an 11-year track record of developing and managing business parks and community facilities worth more than £10 million, and we use the trading surplus that generates to give grants and further our work in the community. 

Our aim is to help bring genuine lifestyle improvements to everyone in the community, in the form of jobs, health, wealth and business opportunities. 

And we couldn’t do any of that without you.

WCEDT Registered Office

Wolseley Trust Business Park
Unit 3
Wolseley Close
Plymouth
PL2 3BY

Tel: 01752 607449