SCRAP Centre of Creative, Reuse Play and Learning is a social enterprise based in a creative space at Sunnybank Mills, Farsley, Leeds. We were established in 2006 in a small unit in Leeds and have grown a great deal in size since then, developing from a funding reliant organisation to a self-sustainable not-for-profit social enterprise. Founder Louise Lucas, who has worked within the education and community sectors for many years, has always had a concern for environmental issues and could see the potential and need of diverting business waste as low-cost resources for art, play and learning. From our Centre we divert over a hundred tonnes of business waste per year from landfill to play, learning and community projects across the region. As a not-for-profit organisation we try and make our social enterprise as sustainable as possible. We achieve this mainly by running a shop which sells low cost resources that would have gone to waste. We also provide ScrapSheds to schools across Yorkshire, run environmental corporate days and training and craft sessions for adults and children. Every single project and activity SCRAP delivers has an environmental and social thread running through it.