MYST saw two of our longest serving resident businesses move on this month to bigger and better opportunities. Mill Group have outgrown their office in MYST and moved on to open a shop on West Derby Road in Tuebrook. 4winds cic have also found bigger offices in the city centre that will allow them to run classes within their building.
We are so proud when any MYST residents achieve such great success even if it means losing you from our centre. Ciiku Songergaard, from 4winds cic summed the feeling up brilliantly when she said, ‘how sad and exciting it is to be leaving MYST. It’s a bit like leaving primary school to go to big school’. We know exactly what you mean Ciiku! We wish both businesses the best of luck for the future.
Ola receives award from Prime minister
MYST resident Oladimeji Adisa, received the 145th UK Point of Light award, from David Cameron this month. UK Points of Light is a new award which recognises outstanding individual volunteers who do extraordinary things in the service of others. Ola received his award for his exceptional work to raise awareness of the richness of African culture in the UK. He has already reached over 10,000 people including pupils on 500 schools. Congratulations Ola. Everyone at MYST is very proud of you and good luck continuing your excellent work.
MYST resident business, Where to go in Merseyside Magazine are looking for businesses for who would like to advertise in there new issue. Follow the link for more details- http://www.liverpoolchamber.org.uk/article.aspx/show/3780