Networks

With a population of more than 260,000 people, the city of Plymouth incorporates networks of all shapes and sizes. From formal to informal; modest to massive these networks of people; organisations and businesses cover a variety of sectors and support many different agendas. POP facilitates, supports and collaborates with many of these networks.

POP networks are open, inclusive forums where people can meet; share ideas & resources; develop schemes together and influence meaningful change in Plymouth.

If you are keen to set up a new network or are involved with an existing network not featured here and wish to collaborate with POP then please get in touch.

Food Plymouth

The multi-sector award winning partnership, founded in 2010, comprises a diverse mix of agencies, organisations, businesses, community groups and individual citizens, all working together to actively promote and lobby for healthy, sustainable and affordable food as a driver for positive change.

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Plymouth Social Enterprise Network

Plymouth Social Enterprise Network represents all kinds of social enterprises including co-operatives, community interest companies, charities, community businesses and more. All are joined by a common bond – that of doing business for a good cause.

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Plymouth Trauma Informed Network

A ground-up coalition of professionals from across services, who connected initially through a shared emotional awareness, arising from both a deep personal and professional experience of how trauma can affect people.

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WonderZoo

WonderZoo hosts monthly spoken word events. Currently resident at Cawfee, Union Street, Plymouth, with a large audience of literature enthusiasts and writers. WonderZoo also runs regular events and workshops around the city and further afield.

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