Thriving teen publication and Bolton’s only charity run by and for young people have celebrated their 3rd birthday with a present from The Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester. At the celebration of the charity’s work, the Lord-Lieutenant presented a £3,000 cheque to the Managing Director and Chair of the
For the first time, get an inside look at the people, passion and pressure at Xplode HQ. It’s access all areas as the team prepares to celebrate their third birthday whilst coping with the daily joys and challenges of running a magazine. Also, find out what makes Xplode’s Managing Director, Saeed Atcha tick… And what
Mr Warren Smith J.P. Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester has praised Bolton’s young people for the £98,760.48 worth of time they commit each year to Xplode Magazine Bolton. Xplode is the town’s only charity run by young people, for young people and was founded in 2011 by former Ladybridge High pupil, 18-year-old Saeed Atcha.
Xplode Magazine Bolton, the organisation set up to help Bolton teenagers realise their full potential through thriving teen publication Xplode Magazine has been awarded charity status by the charity commission. Xplode Magazine Bolton, the new CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) is the town’s only charity run by young people, for young people. The project was set
Thriving teen publication Xplode Magazine, made by young people, for young people has received funding from the Big Lottery Fund to continue its work within Bolton.The project set up in 2011, aims to increase employability skills of Bolton’s 12-19 year olds as well as developing their self-development and interpersonal skills.Xplode recently celebrated its 2nd birthday
Xplode Magazine Bolton is the latest recipient of the national Spark Award scheme to support people with a track record of making a difference in their communities.UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, have partnered with Santander to launch a new initiative to create a network of support for social enterprises in the UK.The scheme is
A politician is a weird type of person, that’s what we think when we see them on the telly. But when we see them in ‘real life’ it’s almost as if they’re human! Xplode’s Saeed Atcha travelled to London this morning to pay a real politician a visit. Nick Clegg, our Deputy Prime Minister rang the bell
Saeed Atcha leads O2 Think Big project, Xplode Magazine, a business run entirely by young people aged 13-17, producing a lifestyle magazine for other young people in Greater Manchester. Saeed is also the National Young Achiever 2013 and local radio host for 96.5 Bolton FM. It’s not every day that you’re invited to be representing a