SBCP is a unique organisation that facilitates the creation of partnerships between the private, public and voluntary sectors for the benefit of the communities of Slough
The Slough Business Community Partnership was formed in 2001 by a small group of business people who came together to support the residents of Slough. SBCP aims to facilitate the effective collaboration between its members, local businesses and the public and voluntary sectors, to make a positive and lasting difference to the lives of the people, living, working and learning in Slough.
The Slough Business Community Partnership Annual Conference held Friday, 4th November 2016
The Slough Business Community Partnership (SBCP) held its Annual Conference at the Hilton Hotel, Heathrow Terminal 5, on Friday, 4th November 2016.
Delegates heard from Bruce Potter, Chairman, Blake Morgan LLP, who gave an informative overview of developments following the Brexit vote to leave the EU.
They also heard from Councillor Sohail Munawar, the Leader of Slough Borough Council, who spoke of his aspirations and vision for the future of Slough.
The highlight of the evening was the SBCP Awards that recognised major contributions to the community.
The SBCP Company of the Year was presented to LeasePlan UK for their employee volunteering programme that involved 130 employees who contributed 820 hours in support of the community.
The Project of the Year Award was presented to Jamie Green from the Jubilee River, Riverside Project, who through his work and commitment has established a rowing facility for use by local people. Two companies: SEGRO and Dyer & Butler received awards for their work and the support that they have given to the Project.
SBCP’s President’s Award was presented to Daphne Wright and Glynys Higgins for their work and dedication in the community by helping to establish the New Langley Community Centre as a valuable resource for use by local residents.