Housing & Community
31 July 2018

Bay Search and Rescue

Morecambe Bay is the UK’s largest expanse of mudflats and sand, reaching from Barrow-in-Furness to Fleetwood. Surrounded by saltmarshes and estuaries, it is beautiful but deadly: there are large areas of quicksand which move day to day, and water can move in at over 10mph over the miles of bay. BS&R was formed to develop the right capabilities to rescue…

Tarnside Case Studies

Read about how Tarnside helps clients fundraise effectively.

ConservationHousing & Community
20 June 2018

Red Squirrel South West

Red Squirrel South West has been formed by a group of wildlife conservationists, and aims to restore red squirrels to the south west of England. It is working to develop existing populations and create new red squirrel sites, and to grow this network until they meet up and the species, now threatened with extinction, is fully restored to the south…
Housing & Community
13 November 2017

King Edward VI Almshouses

King Edward VI Almshouses provide accommodation for individuals or couples, able to live independently, in housing need and living on a low income in the Saffron Walden area. The organisation has an impressively long history, having been founded by deed in 1400. Though no longer working exclusively with the 'lame, crooked, blind and bedridden', the Almshouses have played a vital…
ClientsHealthcare & NHSHousing & Community
31 July 2017

Abbeyfield Ilkley

Networking and “the law of the vital few” We are all living longer, with increased frailty and dependency. Abbeyfield UK embarked on a national programme of integrated care, to reduce the need for people in its houses to move when their care needs could no longer be met. Abbeyfield Ilkley’s proposal was one of those selected and its steering committee…
ClientsHousing & Community
31 July 2017

Abbeyfield Esk Moors

“Country folk, in particular, prefer to stay put if they can” The Abbeyfield Esk Moors Society had an ambitious dream that older residents should be able to remain in the valley when unable to manage by themselves. With a site identified, planning consent and a £1m grant from the Housing Corporation, volunteers faced a timelimited objective to raise another £2.3m.…