The Bronte – Here’s to the next 40 years!
Construction Impact Framework (CIF) is delighted to be working with the Bronte Youth and Community Centre in Liverpool.
Situated in the St Andrew’s Community at the heart of the City of Liverpool; the Bronte is a much needed resource in the area. Well used, and a mainstay in youth provision for over 40 years, the Bronte was nominated for CIF investment by Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
CIF Director, Sara Lawton, stated:
“LJMU procured works via CIF during the summer period and introduced us to Mary McNally, Centre Manager for the Bronte. It is because of clients like LJMU who consciously procure through CIF, because of our community investment, that we are able to support local initiatives that support our communities”.
CIF are investing in professional input for the Bronte to support the charity in re-shaping its short, mid and ling-term vision for the centre.
Mary McNally expressed the charity’s appreciation commenting that she is feeling optimistic about the future of the Bronte and the new possibilities to be explored.
(The Bronte Youth and Community Centre in Liverpool has been a mainstay of youth provision in the city for over 40 years)
CIF has also directly invested in the Bronte youth programme by commissioning an Art Project which allow young people to engage the arts and explore their creative expression.
We look forward to keeping you posted on developments at the Bronte Youth and Community Centre over the coming months.