A two hour long workshop session has been developed combining role-play, film and interactive activities set in the context of a person who has been summoned to court on a personal bankruptcy charge.
Sessions are delivered by volunteer workers and activities cover personal budgeting, different forms of credit, contractual terms & conditions and credit rating reports. The top-line message is the importance of being sensible with your personal finances and responsible when borrowing money.
Cheese Matters is project-managed by Business in the Community. It originated in Nottingham where it is now firmly embedded and is starting to spread further afield with delivery now happening in Leeds and plans afoot for Cardiff, Manchester, Newcastle and London.
Further information can also be found at www.cheesematters.info/.