The Great Waste is a joint initiative between Winchester City Council and Winchester Action on Climate Change. Many organisations are working in partnership and support the Great Waste
Hampshire Cultural Trust is a registered charity providing arts and museum services for local people and visitors to Hampshire.
The University of Winchester is a values-criven institution which offers excellent programmes of study sustained by teaching and research.
Situated at the cultural heart of the city of Winchester, The Theatre Royal is committed to bringing our audiences the best work, as well as supporting artists and performers.
Veolia provides highly efficient, innovative recycling and waste management services for local authorities.
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Sustainable Business Network exists to encourage and support businesses to adopt sustainable business practices.
Project Integra is a partnership working to provide an integrated approach to the collection, treatment and disposal of municipal waste in Hampshire.
At Winchester School of Art we are proud to be one of the UK’s leading art and design institutions and part of the world-renowned University of Southampton.
Winchester Business Improvement District (BID) has been in operation since April 2008 and has delivered services to the city through Winchester City Centre Partnership (WCCP), a non-for-profit organisation
Emmaus Hampshire has two shops, both selling donated second-hand goods. It is a purpose-built community that provides a home to 26 formerly homeless people. As well as a home, those living at Emmaus Hampshire also have the opportunity to carry out meaningful work, working in the charity's shops.
The Bureau provides advice that is free, confidential, impartial and independent.
We are happy to welcome new partners throughout the project