Keele University is renowned for its exciting approach to higher education, beautiful campus, strong community spirit and excellent student life.
It was the first new United Kingdom university of the 20th century, established with degree giving powers in 1949 as the University College of North Staffordshire. University status, as the University of Keele, followed in 1962.
Kent County Council
Kent County Council (KCC) is the county council that governs the majority of the county of Kent in England. It provides the upper tier of local government, below which are 12 district councils, and around 300 town and parish councils. The county council has 84 elected councillors. The Chief Executive and his team of chief officers are responsible for the day-to-day running of the council.
Kent County Council co-operates with the unitary Medway Council in many ways, for instance in the Kent and Medway Local Plan, and together they run joint agencies.
Lancaster University is approaching its 50th anniversary with a world-class reputation as a centre for excellence in teaching, scholarship and research. Currently ranked as a top 10 UK university and in the top 125 universities in the world, Lancaster continues to sustain its reputation for teaching and research excellence both nationally and internationally.
Leeds Beckett University
Leeds Beckett University has almost 30,000 students, 3,000 staff and 300,000 associate students through its network of 24 partner colleges.
The University offers a range of undergraduate and post-graduate courses across four faculties - the Faculty of Arts, Environment & Technology, Faculty of Business & Law, Carnegie Faculty, and the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences.
Leicester City Council
Leicester City Council is the unitary authority serving the people, communities and businesses of Leicester, the biggest city in the East Midlands.
With 54 councillors and over 15, 000 staff, we are responsible for delivering services to a diverse range of customers across Leicester.
The city council consists of 3 main service areas - Adults & Communities, Children & Young People's Services, and Culture and Regeneration. Each service area is responsible for our service delivery.
Lloyd's of London
Today Lloyd's is the world's leading insurance market, housed in an award-winning modern building in Lime Street in the City of London. Its origins, however, lay in the more modest surroundings of a 17th century coffee house.
In the 17th Century London's importance as a trade centre led to an increasing demand for ship and cargo insurance.
London Fire Brigade (LFEPA)
The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is a functional body of the Greater London Authority (GLA) and was established under the Greater London Authority Act 1999. Its principal purpose is to run the London Fire Brigade.
The 17 members of LFEPA are appointed annually by the Mayor of London. Eight are nominated from the London Assembly, seven from the London Boroughs and two are Mayoral appointees.
We’ve been providing patient-centred healthcare to communities in the North East of England and beyond for over 250 years. We’re one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK, offering a wider range of specialist services than any other. From newborn babies to the elderly and infirm, our aim is to deliver leading-edge healthcare with a personal touch.
Newcastle University are one of the UK's leading universities with a reputation built on the quality of our teaching, outstanding research and our work with the community and industry.
We run two intermediate care centres, each with 20 beds. These are Lambeth Community Care Centre and Pulross. In addition, Minnie Kidd House has 28 beds, giving care to people with complex nursing needs.
We also provide care for children with disabilities and special needs and run services such as therapeutic rehabilitation, including neurological and muscular-skeletal.