Stovin Bradford Conference – Serviced Offices Nottinghamshire, East Midlands

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Making it! Enterprises Limited is the trading arm of The Making It Industrial Heritage Trust Limited.  Chadburn House, The Stovin Bradford Conference Suite and The Making it! discovery centre are all trading elements of the company.  Making it! Enterprises Limited is managed by Sue Walters, Chief Executive who reports directly to a Board of Trustees.

The Trustees for both the trading company and the Trust are made up of members of the private and public sector and include:-

Mr W McCosh, CBE – Chairman

Mr G K Naylor

Cllr. K Allsop (Mansfield District Council)

Mr K Daly

Mr A Camilleri

Cllr. J Cottee (Nottinghamshire County Council)

Mr R Goad

Cllr. J Yemm (Mansfield District Council)

Mrs Sue Walters is a Director of Making it! Enterprises Limited and Company Secretary for both Making it! Enterprises Limited and The Making It Industrial Heritage Trust Limited.

The Making It Industrial Heritage Trust Limited is a company limited by guarantee and governed by its Memorandum & Articles of Association drawn up in December 1996.  The company was incorporated on 10 December 1996 and is registered as a charity with the Charity Commission.  The Annual Report & Accounts can be viewed on the Charity Commission website (charity number 1064919).

The objectives for which the Trust has been established are the advancement of education and running of an interactive discovery centre through the provision of a tourist attraction.  In furtherance of this, Making it! Enterprises Limited was incorporated on 1 October 1997 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Trust.  The principal activities of the subsidiary are currently, the letting of office space, managing conference facilities and the Making it! discovery centre for family and educational visitors.

The charity, through its educational galleries, is able to enhance curriculum activities within local and regional schools in the areas of design and technology, maths and english as well as encouraging local community groups to engage in family related activities.

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