GIVING young people a start in life by offering them an apprenticeship can deliver huge business benefits, an audience of Wythenshawe companies heard. Charity BW3 hosted its latest Wythenshawe Business Gateway, the first in-person event since the pandemic. Guests...read more
THE transformation of a school garden is underway thanks to support from businesses across Wythenshawe. Manchester Enterprise Academy (MEA) is creating an outdoor space next to its Hub facility, which offers an alternative learning environment for some of its...read more
We are launching a brand new initiative September 2021 This latest scheme will be offered to year seven pupils at Saint Paul's Catholic High School in Wythenshawe when they start at the high school. The mentors will work with their mentee until they are confident,...read more
Adam Jupp’s Chairs Report for the Annual General Meeting Feb 2021read more
Businesses across Wythenshawe took time out to read stories to schoolchildren as part of World Book Day. BW3 organised the event and representatives from five different organisations, Manchester Airport, Manchester City Council, Freedom Finance and an Enterprise...read more
Since the country went into lock-down on the 23rd March 2020 BW3 businesses have looked at what they can do to support the local community and how they can help other businesses to adapt and survive the drastic changes to our daily lives.
Each week we bring to you good news stories about what BW3 Businesses are doing in Wythenshawe.read more