VISAV is based at the Sherwood Business Centre, which is centrally located  in Sherwood, a vibrant suberb within the city of Nottingham. But the Sherwood Business Centre is not just a suite of offices. They embrace Sherwood and Nottingham and support deserving community projects.

Take a look at some recent examples:

Apr '20

Richard Anthony Johnson has set up a Facebook page to promote and collate a year's worth of sunset photos taken in Sherwood, Nottingham between July 2019 to June 2020. The selected photos will be used for a 2021 Charity Calendar with the proceeds going to a local Charity or Charities. Mike Douglas, VISAV Ltd, said of the project, "We are delighted to be sponsoring this superb initiative by Sherwood resident and artist Richard Johnson. Take those superb Sherwood Sunset shots and post them in, lets show how beautiful our area is."

Mar '20

Amazon Ring donated several of their video doorbells to VISAV to enable us to help vulnerable residents in our community. Recently we passed three of these to local PCSO Nathan Duffus who distributed the first during a burglary revisit and the following two following an incident on Waldeck Road.

PCSO Duffus told us about one of the recipients:

"One of the resident has mentioned the following on the device - ‘I was shook up after my property was broken into as I felt like my personal space was invaded. This left me overthinking on why I was a target for the first time. Then I had a visit from the local officer, which enabled me to feel reassured and a lot more relaxed about the incident. As it was explained, these things can be a bad luck of the draw for opportunist on the prowl.

Nov '19

John Pearson created a fundraiser toward re-instating the garden at the rear of St Paulinus Church. He wants to repair all the rotted bed retaining boards & seating area and create:

  • A relaxing place to meet with friends, to “Breathe” and rest awhile.
  • A space to plant and grow vegetables and fruit for the whole community to share.
  • A sensory planted area
  • Areas for wildlife to inhabit
  • Wheelchair friendly pathways between the various beds
  • ​​​​​​​A place for the whole community to use and be part of – a Community Garden

Jun '18

At 10:30pm on Friday the 22nd of June 2018, members of the Neighbourhood alert team began their climb of Fairfield (2,864ft high) in aid of COPS (Care of Police Survivors). Light the lakes is an overnight event where groups climb their chosen peak from one of the 214 Wainwright Peaks in the Lake District. At 0300 hrs, each team will then light a beacon before beginning their return down. 

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