CCB (Community Council for Berkshire) is a rural community council and an independent charity enabling communities in Berkshire to thrive. CCB delivers a wide range of projects that have a positive and long-lasting impact on Berkshire communities.
CCB has been working as a not-for-profit community development agency across Berkshire for over 40 years. Found in 1973, we are part of the Action for Communities in Rural England (ACRE) network.
Our mission is to inspire communities in Berkshire to thrive. We do this by providing information, advice, support and training to individuals, groups and other organisations. We work as enablers, raising money locally and nationally to deliver projects that have positive, long-lasting effects
Our vision is for all communities in Berkshire to be strong, sustainable and able to take control of their own futures.
Integrity: honesty, fairness, respect and trustworthiness in all that we do.
People: we respect the individual rights and dignity of all people. We value the skills and experience our staff bring to their work and seek to develop the best in others.
Safety, health and the environment: we pledge to protect our environment and the health & safety of employees and the communities within which we operate.
Partnerships: we are committed to maintaining positive relationships with our partners, funders and benficiaries.
Progress: we challenge ourselves to continually improve
Knowledge: we do what we can to share our knowledge and learn from others
Volunteering: we encourage people to find ways of giving their time for the benefit of others.
CCB's charity registration number is 1056367
CCB is a company limited by guarantee, number 3212736
CCB's registered office address is:
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Registered Charity Number: 1056367