Introducing PSE Consultancy

Our philosophy

PSE Consultancy is a community and cultural organisation committed to drawing out the full potential and passion of communities through participatory analysis and innovative planning.

PSE Consultancy believes that social and cultural capital should be harnessed and shared, for the benefit of all. The process of identifying this capital can lead to sustainable development for future generations.

The consultancy believes the resources of the community and particularly the not-for-profit sector are a substantial asset waiting to be recognised and appreciated. Some of these assets are called social capital, some are called cultural capital.

These assets: include people’s voluntary contributions to society; their life-long learning skills; the wisdom of the elderly; innovative community art activities; stories of past experiences; consultative methods of working; and the contribution of recreation and sport to community health and wellbeing.

Sometimes these assets, and their potential benefits, can only be identified and drawn out with the support of sympathetic and caring guidance. PSE Consultancy is that sympathetic guide.

We at PSE Consultancy also believe everyone should be given equal opportunities to be happy, healthy and prosperous. This is cultural wellbeing and should be linked to social, economic and environmental wellbeing.

PSE Consultancy also specialises in Cultural Economics.     If you would like further information email:

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Jacci February 17, 2014 at 4:01 am

Hi Penny

Hope you are well and travelling safely and enjoying your holiday with your grandchildren.

Just a quick note to say I am currently job hunting and I have put your name down as a refeere, I hope you don’t mind.

Love Jacci


Ganesh Pandey July 12, 2016 at 10:59 am

Hi penny,you might have forgotten me.remember India. my city ,kanpur.workers education. I just got your contact on net and felt like writing this note to you. Last time we met was some 30 years ago. you must be in touch with rajesh tandon of pria. how are you? please write back,if you like.i will love to hear from you thanks,ganesh.


Penny Eames June 23, 2018 at 12:32 am

Hi Ganesh,
Love to hear more about what you are doing. I am now retired. Have 9 grandchildren and all around in the Wellington Kapiti Coast area of New Zealand so we see them a lot. Use the new email address and get me up to date. Cheers, Penny


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