Category: Networks

It’s a Question of Leadership

It’s a Question of Leadership. Here at POP+ we’ve started a conversation about leadership; we’re asking questions, such as, what is it; what makes a good ‘leader’ and how we might we ‘do’ leadership better? We recently invited people involved in the sector and grassroots organisations to come along and participate in a Leadership Course,…
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The Spirit of Community 2020

The Spirit of Community 2020 (in collaboration with Plymouth University School of Architecture and funded by the Lottery Heritage Fund), will unite citizens of Plymouth to create, through personal narrative and empathetic creative activities, a combined vision of a compassionate community, based on old-fashioned, and modern-day, community spirit. Over six workshops, from December to May, this…
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Heritage Network Meeting, 18th October

Plymouth Octopus Project HERITAGE NETWORK MEETING Date:  Friday 18th October 2019           13:30 – 15.30pm  Location: Room 411, Cookworthy Building, Hampton Street Plymouth PL4 8DB. Agenda Welcome and Apologies Local Studies Day 2020 History Festival 2020 Devon Family History Society’s International Genealogical Conference (29th August 2020) Esmée Fairbairn Funding Year 2 Refreshment Break and conversations…
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Plymouth Hope Jobs

Plymouth Hope currently has a number of job opportunities available:   • Youth Worker & Education Officer (14 hours) • Engagement & Innovation Manager (21 hours) • Sport & Wellbeing Officer (12 hours)   If you’re passionate sport, wellbeing & social activities and creating opportunities for people from all backgrounds and refugee & asylum seeker…
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Children & Young People Network Meeting 1st October Follow-up

At the last Children & Young People Network meeting on 1st October, Karlina from Plymouth City Council attended to ask the network members for their views and ideas for designing the next strategy for “Early Help and Targeted Support Offer” (Family Hubs). See the presentation here. Tracy from Plymouth Children’s Safeguarding Board also attended to brief the network on incoming changes to…
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Community Sports Network Meeting 12/09 Follow-up

20 representatives from 18 Plymouth clubs were represented at the last Community Sports Network meeting on 12th September. Zoe from Plymouth City Council introduced the group to the new plans for central park; including more good quality football pitches, a tennis court and a Community Sports Hub. The group were introduced to a new sport,…
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POP+ Event & AGM

Want to have your say on the future of POP+? The next POP+ Event & AGM will take place on Tuesday 15th October at the Council House on Armada Way.   Further details will be announced shortly, in the meantime if you would like the opportunity to vote in the Trustee election you can become…
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All Ways Apples Festival

On Wednesday 23rd October the tenth All Ways Apples festival will make its way to the Devonport Guildhall. This year Thrive Plymouth will showcase the People Connecting through Food project, and Food Plymouth’s Growing Community Abundance project will be sharing all the amazing community growing projects around the city. Interested in getting involved? Get in touch with Tess…
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Plymouth Neighbourhood & Communities Network Launch

The new Plymouth Neighbourhood and Communities Network was launched on 2nd March at a conference held at Age UK Mount Gould, which was attended by 84 local people from neighbourhoods and communities across the city. The first meeting of the network will be held on Wednesday 15th May 12:00-14:30 at a community venue in North…
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Neighbourhood and Communities Network Launch

The people who know best about their communities are the people who live in their communities, that is the view of the new Neighbourhood and Communities Network, which has been established to give local people a voice and enable them to bring about positive change where they live. The network which is being set up…
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