Music journalist Flora Blathwayt and D.J Josh Beauchamp wanted to create a brand new festival in the Somerset woodlands, eventually crowdfunding over £40,000.
TruVision allows the user to virtually experience a new structure, environment or building by letting them grasp a sense of scale in a way which a traditional blueprint simply can’t.
A former lawn tennis courts in the heart of Plymouth fell into disuse. It was earmarked for development but Collings Park Trust and the local community wanted to turn it into a community garden instead.
The average size cup in the UK is a DD and each breast weighs in at around 3.5lbs. When you put it like that, it’s hardly surprisingly halter neck bikinis hurt – enter the Halto!
Via Crowdfunder’s equity partner Crowdcube, The Pressery raised its £150,000 investment target in less than two hours.
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The Duke of Marlborough is a 500 year-old inn located in Somersham, Suffolk. Its owners wanted to retire and sell up, but the prospect of redevelopment threatened this vital community asset with permanent closure.
The Globe in Fowey, Cornwall is a 500 year-old restaurant that was refurbished in 2015 by its new owners. After nine successful months’ trading they wanted to overhaul the guest rooms — but their bank wouldn’t give them a loan.
The battle between cabbies and Uber has been brewing for a while now. Uber launched in 2009 and now has a transport network covering 311 cities in 58 countries. Whilst some transport users are big fans, many abhor it.One such person is Artemis Mercer, who launched Action for Cabbies in a bid to shut Uber[…]
Sole of Discretion is the brainchild of restaurateur Caroline Bennett. She’s been concerned for years about the state of fish stocks and thought there must be a way to reward fishers who do things properly. But high street banks weren’t interested.
Crowdfunding has it’s place for business, charities and individuals and it’s also making it’s mark on the world of sport – creating sustainable futures for grassroots sports. We want to share with you the story of a project which has it’s roots firmly in Cornwall and also in Devon – and will be improving opportunities[…]
Better Bristol CampaignThe Secret of Change is part of our Better Bristol campaign, which aims to work with the cities people and projects to create a low carbon environment and a high quality of life. Together with The Bristol Green Capital Partnership we want to raise over £1 million for projects that will make Bristol[…]
Brixton Cycles successfully raised a staggering £62,225 from 1,485 backers in just 35 days! We caught up with them to find out why their project was so victorious.Back storyBrixton Cycles is London’s oldest worker-owner bike co-op and has been voted the capital’s #1 small bike retailer by the London Cycling Awards. For more than 32[…]
Better Bristol – Roll for the Soul, a community focused bike café in Bristol that overfunded back in October 2012.
Teenager Olivia Cork lost her leg to osteosarcoma (bone cancer) at the age of 14. Determined not to let her disability get in her way, she has gone on to raise thousands of pounds for charity alongside training as a para-athlete.
The Wave: Bristol raised over £200,000 with Crowdfunder in a phenomenally successful crowdfunding campaign. If we can put the campaign’s triumphs down to one thing it would be the project’s extensive network – a brilliantly coordinated team of surfers, sustainability experts, charities and marketing professionals.