Rewriting the Future

About Lark Rise

The Lark Rise Partnership is a storytelling social enterprise producing podcasts about the new world emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic. Live projects include:

  • Ethical Economics: exploring the global rise of impact investing as a route to social change.
  • New Elders: transforming outdated stereotypes about active and activist older people.
  • Cloth Roads: investigating the hidden environmental impact of textiles and fashion.
  • Future Cities: discovering how the lessons of COVID can change urban living for the better.

Lark Rise founders Jo Andrews and Bill Taylor also lead on executive coaching to help non-profit organisations rewrite and reimagine their future strategy.

What we do

The Lark Rise Partnership specialises in supporting NGOs, non-profit organisations, social enterprises and individuals and groups working within civil society.

Who we are

Lark Rise founders Jo Andrews and Bill Taylor work with a global network of journalists, editors, social entrepreneurs, economists and Transition activists.


Visit the newsroom of Lark Rise Partnership to catch up on our latest articles, blogs and podcasts exploring the post-COVID world.


The Lark Rise Partnership is based in rural Dorset, just over two hours south-west of London, but our projects and network of collaborators reach across the globe.