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The Sandringham Enterprise Centre Limited A Charity registered in the U.K. Charity No. 1142804
A Company Limited by Guarantee in England & Wales Company No. 7424061
Our registered Office: Sandringham Enterprise Limited, SmithMartin LLP, Carthouse 3, Copley Hill Business Park, Babraham, Cambridge, CB22 3GN
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You are free to use our data, images and charitable output for community purposes.
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A community charity serving Marham in Norfolk, UK and the residents of its hinterland
Our charitable aim is to provide innovative community buildings,
services and events for education, leisure, jobs and training
The Sandringham Enterprise Centre Limited Charity No. 1142804 - A Company Limited by Guarantee in England & Wales Company No. 7424061
We help with...
Funding Central NEWS
Still to come...
The short list below is not exhaustive, but shows some of the areas our Charitable Company will consider and make available for download here.
Risk Assessment Complaints Parent/Carer Involvement
Manual Handling Techniques Dealing with Racism Internet Safety
Our Directors have adopted this model of good governance for our company. It shows the principles which we will use to guide our social business by.
Developing policies at The Sandringham Enterprise Limited
As a Charitable Company and social business in its own right Sandringham Enterprise will be developing policies, guidelines and best practice support for our governance, management of our social enterprise and how we work as a team.
We will publish them here.
Our publications and original documents are free to adapt for your group or organisation. (Please respect the copyright of non-SEC material).
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SEC subscribes to the Open Knowledge movement.
SEC: fresh thinking
Directors are bound by this model of behaviour and business for our charity.
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What SEC exists to do...(extract from our articles)
To further or benefit the residents of Marham and the neighbourhood, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious or other opinions by associating together the said residents and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation leisure time occupation with the objective of improving the conditions of life for the residents.
In furtherance of these objects but not otherwise, the trustees shall have power:
To establish or secure the establishment of a community centre and to maintain or manage or co-operate with any statutory authority in the maintenance and management of such a centre for activities promoted by the charity in furtherance of the above objects.
Guidance from SEC (from a variety of sources) on managing an Annual General Meeting.