Katwalk Kimberley’s CIC is a social enterprise with the aim of employing recovering addicts.
By employing these people, unemployment figures will be reduced along with reducing illegal substance misuse and encouraging of pro-social healthier lifestyles.
Katwalk Kimberley is running a 10-week training programme on how to use a domestic sewing machine.
The CIC has applied to the Community Safety Initiative Fund for funding to pay for rental costs for the building.
This project supports the PCC’s priority of diverting people from offending, with a focus on rehabilitation and the prevention of reoffending.