Wythenshawe businesses can offer government-funded work placements to unemployed young people thanks to charity BW3.read more
BW3 is pleased to announce its intention to participate in the UK Kickstart Jobs Scheme as a ‘gateway’ organisation.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
How Businesses can support Wythenshawe high schoolsread more
Training provider and BW3 member business Seetec has introduced a mental health training course for schools in Wythenshawe to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week. The course is part of the company’s commitment to helping schools gain an understanding of how...read more
Four BW3 businesses in south Manchester have donated £60,000 to Newall Green High School to provide additional cultural and social experiences for students. The money, which will be used to provide “extra circular activities they may not normally experience during the...read more