The Bishop of Manchester, Doctor David Walker, visited the Manchester Enterprise Academy (MEA) in September to present 5 students with a Bursary from Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG).
This is now the 3rd year the Housing Group has supported local students from the MEA with a bursary, which has sustained them in their first year of university, supporting its vision of “creating communities that people choose to live and work in” by investing in the future of the area.
The Bishop of Manchester said, “It’s always a great pleasure to visit the MEA and meet the students and hear the difference that these bursaries will make to their lives. These students are the future of the community here in Wythenshawe and WCHG’s is committed to investing in them and supporting the work of the MEA. “
David Bell Principal of the Manchester Enterprise Academy said, “I would like to thank WCHG on behalf of everyone at the MEA for their continued support for the school and I’m looking forward to working alongside them as the new Principle. We will continue to build on these foundations together to help support the next generation of the Wythenshawe community. “
Susan Richardson, Executive Director of Resources at WCHG said, “It was a great privilege to present the MEA students with these bursaries, which I hope will assist them in moving forward with their education and leave a lasting legacy for the Wythenshawe community. Congratulations to all the students and on behalf of WCHG and best of luck for the future.”