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 Working Well Group welcomes the Mayor of Slough, Councillor Arvind Dhaliwal
The Slough Working Well Group, that is Chaired by Bob Jones, was pleased to welcome the Mayor of Slough to its event held on the 15th June 2016 which looked at Long Term Mental Health.
The Mayor said that the event was very informative and thanked the speakers from Blake Morgan LLP, Mars Chocolate, Anderson Peak Performance and Talking Therapies.
The Group that was formed in June 2016 holds three events each year that are to help local companies and organisations to improve the Health & Wellbeing of their staff.
SBCP 15th Anniversary 2016
The Slough Business Community Partnership celebrated its 15th Anniversary on 9th March 2016. The event was held at the Copthorne Hotel in Slough where delegates heard from keynote speakers John Holland-Kaye, CEO Heathrow & SBCP’s President, Gordon Storey, DL for Berkshire and Rafiq Chohan, SBCP’s Chairman, about SBCP’s development and successes since 2001.
The celebration was a great opportunity to highlight our achievements whilst acknowledging the role played by our members and partners who have helped SBCP to make a difference in the local community. For further information see our News item.