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Wales Co-production group

For practitioners in Wales

Location: Wales
Members: 160
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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Stunning new resource - a goodbye present from Noreen

Many of you will know that our campaigning and networking efforts in Co-production Wales have been self-funding - and the piggy bank is now more-or-less empty. So Noreen is leaving Co-production…Continue

Tags: Archive, Wales, Co-production, resource, Co-production

Started by Ruth Dineen on Saturday.

Active citizenship & ageing well with time credits

Two excellent events coming up:1. Community Resilience & Ageing Well in Western BayFriday 13 March, 1.30-4.00, Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Service Sharing the work of the Llais Time…Continue

Started by Ruth Dineen Mar 8.

Competition and collaboration as drivers for change or development 1 Reply

A message on behalf of David Reynolds who is studying the archaeological development of cities and is interested in the role of competition and collaboration as drivers for change or development. …Continue

Started by Noreen Blanluet. Last reply by Iwan Brioc Dec 10, 2014.

The challenge for progressives - Cardiff debate

The Challenge for Progressives – Changing the discourse to make democracy work for youWith Leanne Wood AM, Leader of The Party of Wales and Jeff Cuthbert AM, Labour PartyWhen: Monday 24th November…Continue

Tags: democracy, Wood, Leanne, Cymru, Compass

Started by Ruth Dineen Nov 23, 2014.

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Comment by Ruth Dineen on December 20, 2012 at 17:46

Have booked in to the TEDX event - hope to see some of you there. TED talks have a great reputation...R

Comment by David Neal on December 3, 2012 at 12:27

North Wales Network Event

COPRODUCING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES

Wednesday 16th January 2013

2pm – 4pm

Prestatyn Town Football Club

Bastion Gardens, Prestatyn, Denbighshire, LL19 7LU

To book your place, please follow this link and register online

http://coprosuscom.eventbrite.com/

Creation Development Trust - building a better future

Dawn Davies, CEO, Creation Development Trust, Blaengarw

Dawn will give with an overview of Creation in Blaengarw, an award-winning project which focuses on regeneration in its widest and deepest sense – economic, environmental, social and, most significantly, on revitalising the spirit of its communities. She will present the Creation Development Trust, its inception and history, its values and its co-produced projects. She also discussed how time banking works to improve governance in communities. 

Communities First In Conwy

Libby Evans, Cluster Manager, Communities First, Conwy County Borough Council.

Libby will be talking about new directions for the latest on the Communities First programme in Conwy.

Prestatyn Town FC in the Community

Phil Merrick, Chair, Prestatyn Town FC

Phil will be giving a brief talk about the role of the local football club in the Community, 

Comment by Dyfrig Williams on November 6, 2012 at 12:11

Do we have any more info on what will be covered at the event? Happy to publicise it through our info service with some more details.

Comment by Carol van den Berg on November 5, 2012 at 16:25

Heres the link for the next event, which is being hosted here in Merthyr Tydfil

http://walescoproductionnetwork.eventbrite.co.uk

Comment by Colette Neal on October 11, 2012 at 16:09

 

You are invited to the next Network event

Coproduction and Community Development

Tuesday 13th November

2pm – 4pm

Colwyn Bay Cricket Club

77 Penrhyn Ave Rhos on Sea. LL28 4LR

Featuring

1.    ACE (Action in Caerau and Ely)

John Hallett, Cluster Lead, Cardiff West (Ely, Caerau and Fairwater) Communities First

John will introduce us to  Ely-Caerau Communities First Partnership and to an innovative approach to community engagement and a new initiative to connect communities.  ACE was established in 2011 and is a trust which will host the new CF Futures programme, and provide Ely and Caerau with its ‘own’ organisation: located in the community, for the community, and run by the community.

2.    DanceAbility and Hour Exchange Solutions

Colette and David Neal, Acces3Ability CIC

Acces3Ability CIC is the architect and motivating force behind Patchwork Circles and Patchwork Shares. It is a Social Enterprise meeting social need through innovative projects that bring together different parties engaged in socially compatible activities.  Colette and David will be talking about two exciting new projects - DanceAbility is a project that uses timebanking to provide access to a fun form of exercise in the community that builds confidence, self-esteem, supports health and encourages social inclusion for vulnerable groups. Hour Exchange Solutions is a new service developed by Acces3Ability which offers a supporting infrastructure to organisations who want to develop coproductive solutions to the barriers they are experiencing in delivering citizen centred services.

To book your place, please follow this link and register online

http://coprocommunitydevelopment.eventbrite.com

This event will be delivered through the medium of English, if you require Welsh translation please contact us on info@patchworkcircles.com by Tuesday 6th November

Comment by Ruth Dineen on September 8, 2012 at 18:15

Hi Heledd

Welcome to the group! Two good options to start making connections are the All in this Together: co-producing resilient communities event in Cardiff on September 28th at the Park Inn, and the Wales Network meeting on 4th October in Swansea. Or you could head up to Rhyl for Patchwork Circles event - the North Wales Network group. So much choice! Hope to see you at one or all of the meetings.

Cheers

Ruth

Comment by Heledd Wynne Kirkbride on September 7, 2012 at 9:55

Hello. I have just joined the network and look forward to being part of the group. I am co-ordinating a new organisation to organisation timebank in Carmarthenshire. The project is being led by Menter Gorllewin Sir Gâr with suport from Spice. I've been in post for a month and we are in the very early stages of development, but the potential is very exciting. I would be interested in making links with other members.

Comment by Ruth Dineen on July 5, 2012 at 16:37

Hi Shaun

Welcome to the group...things will be a bit quiet over August but two or three events are looking likely for the autumn. Will post up details via this page. Look forward to meeting you on 19th.

Cheers

Ruth

Comment by Shaun Kelly on July 5, 2012 at 7:42

Thought I'd say hello as I've just joined the group  and look forward to meeting more members at future events.

Shaun

Comment by Philip J Blight on February 27, 2012 at 18:53

Hi all - great to be part of the group - I am not the most regular of commentors but will keep abreast of activity and assist/participate where possible

Phil

 

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