An ACH employee being interviewed by the press about refugees


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A Wolverhampton organisation which has helped more than 2,000 refugees settle in the city is marking Refugee Week with special art projects. ACH is backing an exhibition at Light House Cinema & Cafe Bar.

A 14-feet high sculpture of a howling wolf is catching attention at Wolverhampton’s Light House.

“I’d like to thank ACH for their ongoing help and support for the Wolf Project. I hope we can create more striking artworks for Wolverhampton in future.”

Housing association ACH Wolverhampton helped to fund a number of the artworks.

ACH Wolverhampton is proud to be playing a part in the city’s Refugee Week celebrations through funding the production of a number of pieces of art, including a 4.5-metre wolf, via their #rethinkingrefugee campaign.

From environmental issues to alternative economics, Bristol’s ethical entrepreneurs have long been at the forefront of driving positive change.

With a reputation for enterprise and a willingness to disrupt the status quo, the city is a prime location for socially conscious businesses and continues to play a prominent role on the national and international stage.

Find out more about ACH and a selection of other social enterprises in the city.

Laura, ACH Wolverhampton Office Manager and Rose, Marketing and Comms Assistant, went to talk on WCR FM radio about ACH, what we do in Wolverhampton to support refugees and the upcoming refugee week 2019. 

Top talent from across the region will be gathering in Bristol next month for one of the biggest events in the city’s business calendar.

The Bristol Live and Bristol Post Business Awards 2019 is taking place at Ashton Gate stadium on Wednesday, June 26, and will showcase the leading lights of the business community.

A unique partnership between First West of England and Bristol not-for-profit refugee and community training provider ACH is offering people the chance to have a career behind the wheel of one of the city’s buses. Article written by Bristol Business News. 

Holly Fowden, ACH Career & Employment Manager, and James Freeman, First Bus Managing Director, spoke to BBC Radio Bristol about our partnership to get people from the local community into work. You can listen back until 11th June 2019. 

ACH have been featured in the Business West Insight Magazine for our work with First West of England to get the local community into work as bus drivers.