Graham Duxbury
Graham Duxbury has more than 15 years’ experience of helping public and voluntary sector organisations reach new audiences and deliver strategic communications and development campaigns. He is currently Director of Development at Groundwork UK. His responsibilities include building national relationships and partnerships, generating income, developing national programmes and leading on policy, strategic communications and organisational development.

Graham joined Groundwork UK in 1998, prior to which he undertook a number of communications roles in a national visual impairment charity and for local authorities in East Lancashire and West Yorkshire.

Entries by Graham Duxbury

To Heat or to Eat, That Should Never Be the Question

(21) Comments | Posted 29 October 2013 | (00:00)

The Big Six energy companies are piling on the agony for hard-pressed customers - i.e all of us - with a series of eye-watering price rises. It is always someone else's fault, of course - usually "factors outside their control", whatever that might mean.

SSE, British Gas, npower and now...

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Let's Create a Great Green Britain

(0) Comments | Posted 7 August 2013 | (10:56)

It's hard to believe a year has passed since the beginning of the Olympic Games. The four weeks of action showcased Britain like never before and captured the imagination of a global audience. Team GB certainly rose to the occasion, creating moments that will be replayed for years to come....

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Today's Apprenticeships Not Working For Disaffected Youth

(0) Comments | Posted 3 April 2013 | (13:10)

Although Alan Sugar and the BBC may be thinking twice about it, the Government is committed to saying 'you're hired' to thousands more apprentices. Apprenticeships are seen as a vital part of the economic recovery - so much so that we now have a week dedicated to celebrating them. In...

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