A short video showcasing Manchester Cathedral Bees by Adam York Gregory Manchester Cathedral Bees from Adam York Gregory on Vimeo. Bee Hive Cameras We currently have two bee hive cameras upon the flat roof of Manchester Cathedral, click on the play button below to view the bees and their hives. Heavenly […]Read More
Sir David Richards has become a patron of Volition Community following a visit last year to see the work of this charity. Welcoming Sir David, the Dean of Manchester thanked Sir David for his commitment to this programme which runs from Manchester and Liverpool Cathedrals. Sir David, encouraged at the outcomes of this programme of […]Read More
What a difference a year makes! As I wander through the silence of the Cathedral, making my way to the spiral staircase that will take me to the roof, I am reminded that only a year ago we were celebrating Manchester City’s Premier League title win. The Cathedral was bustling with people and equipment the […]Read More
We are delighted to report on the performance of the Volition programme at Liverpool Cathedral for 2016. Below you will find excerpts from the report highlighting key areas and statistics. The report reinforces the core values of the Volition programme, this being supporting people who want to work, tackling social exclusion and running an effective and impactful programme, which ultimately reduces unemployment in the city by way of actively deploying and engaging employers as partners who share in our core values.
Particularly satisfying results are;
All of these results are hugely encouraging and provide an excellent foundation upon which we continue to grow and develop. Further statistics are found below.
Volunteers who have gone into work by what placement they had at the Cathedral
Volunteers who have gone into work by age
30% of volunteers who have gone into work have health conditions
19% of volunteers who have gone into work are BME
18% of volunteers who went into work had little or no qualifications
Volunteers who went into work by what benefit they were claiming
97% of volunteers who went into work are long term unemployed
6% of volunteers who went back into work had a criminal record
8% of volunteers who went into work had drug and/or alcohol problems
16% of volunteers who went into work were lone parents