Thursday, 28 October 2021
Thursday, 23 September 2021
Thursday, 22 July 2021
Please join us in welcoming our two newest recruits, Necla Sonyurek and Lis Ford.
Necla has joined us as a Social Enterprise Bookkeeper and Lis is a Development Worker assisting with marketing tasks.
• Here is a little about Necla.
‘I was born in Turkey and I have foundation degree in accounting and BSc in Public Finance & Economics. I have also completed my AAT Level 2 and 3 and doing AAT Level 4, that has 2 last papers outstanding.
I came in UK in 2005 and worked in the industries of sales, customer service, data analyst, assistant financial accountant and accounts payable roles.
As hobbies I love having a good debate, reading a book, watching good movies, Pilates, going for a long country walk and spend time with my family.’
• Here is a little about Lis.
‘I have a diverse background, having studied Fine Art, Business and recently completed my CIM Level 4 in Professional Marketing.
I have been working across the tourism, heritage and charitable sector for the past nine years in operational roles including visitor services, marketing and events.
I love to be outdoors and can often be found with my trainers on going for a run in the local area or grabbing my camera and getting out in the countryside.’
We are excited to welcome our two new members of staff to our team and am sure they will soon get to know you all and SCS’s diverse array projects.
Tuesday, 29 June 2021
It's Co-op Fortnight we have been talking to our members about why co-ops are awesome and why people should #joinacoop.
Watch to find out more!
To find out more about Co-op Fortnight visit: www.uk.coop/get-involved/awareness-campaigns/co-op-fortnight
Wednesday, 13 January 2021
What a year 2020 was: whether a conscious decision or not, it became a year for reflecting on purpose and actions; in particular when it came to our communities. Whoever your community is made up of (neighbours, colleagues, people you share a hobby or passion with), we all took a deep breath and responded in the ways we felt right and learned some important lessons.
With these reflections in mind, rather than your usual 'New Year, New You' resolution, why not start with a 'New Year, New Opportunities' mantra instead? And we have an idea!
Become a Director of a Co-operative or community enterprise, and create opportunities for many!
- what kind of support you can expect in a good team
- how you can make a difference to your local area and help others
- which co-ops in Somerset are looking for directors like you
- how you can learn skills and develop new careers with the experience
- why it's so fulfilling, but also how to avoid some common hazards
- what the legal duties and protections are