Regenerus provides a wide range of support services to new and existing businesses. As well as pre-employment training and professional development and business skills training. We're also involved in a number of important community and heritage projects.
Chief Executive Officer
Regenerus is the new name of South Sefton Development Trust which was established in 2004 to continue the work of the Government-funded South Sefton Partnership regeneration initiative.
Regenerus’s track record of success over the last decade includes the major coup it achieved with its first-ever project – bringing Antony Gormley’s Another Place to Crosby beach.
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An Ace Fund grant is helping a Bootle-based homeless charity to create a new bee colony in the garden of its HQ as a form of therapy for its clients.
A project which will help Bootle residents to grow their own food has received a cash boost from the Regenerus Ace Fund environmental grant scheme.
The closing date for applications for this month's Ace Fund grant is the last day of the month.