Lucky Ewe uses animal husbandry, farming and food production as a way to engage people with ASN in learning, volunteering and employment. The Robertson Trust referred the group to us having awarded them core funding. Lucky Ewe wanted to move to a larger farm and expand activity. To make sure the transition was smooth, some practical and logistical planning was needed and beneficiaries needed to be involved in that. We held facilitated sessions which were interactive and inclusive, focusing on the three key strands of Lucky Ewe activity. A practical Growth Plan was produced and consulted on, amended and agreed and is being used at regular trustee meetings as a reference point for progress.
“The Community Enterprise facilitator, worked extensively with Lucky Ewe trustees, volunteers and interns to facilitate and to develop a practical Action Plan we could take forward. Her professional and thorough approach ensured that the final Plan reflected Lucky Ewe's aims and aspirations for our future growth. This was a most worthwhile exercise and we hope to continue our liaison with Community Enterprise over the coming years.”