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Oaklea Group Annual Report 2022

Our Annual Report to mark the period March 2021-March 2022 is now available to download.

“This is my first introduction to the Annual Report, and I am delighted to report the Oaklea Group is in fine shape.  Despite some sad losses, we have come through the Covid pandemic remarkably well and we can now look forward to a healthy future as one of the leading charities in the North of England.  In no small way this is down to the dedication and sheer hard work shown by our employees to whom I am immensely grateful.” Oaklea Chair, Chris Harris

Learn – develop -thrive – on the good stuff

In it you will find a record of much of the many enterprising things the organisation and it’s people have been up to across the North of England – from Blyth to Barrow, from Seaham to Staveley – we have you covered.

Food for thought – Chair’s Introduction:

And the view from CEO Clive Wigley

One of the best parts of my job is to hear the success stories of our customers and learners, there have been may over the past year, and I thank you all for the work you are doing and congratulate you on the positive impact you are having. I have been particularly impressed by the green initiatives that are happening with each and every one of us ensuring we are being kinder to the planet.” Clive Wigley, CEO

“Individuality, independence, interdependence, rights, respect, dignity, privacy, partnership, choice” – Our values

Crunching the numbers…financial summary here + what is coming down the line

Download the Annual Report here

Big thank you….

As always a huge thank you to customers, employees and stakeholders featured without whom.

“To support and care for people and communities so they can learn, develop and thrive”…we’ve got that covered from front to back….

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