Be inspired by a town council from whom we should all be learning about making a radical difference to residents’ health and wellbeing, especially in a COVID-19 context.
Come and learn about Frome Town Council’s unique youth services offer. See how this dynamic council has engaged with all cross-sections of Frome’s young people during the COVID-19 lockdown, working with different local stakeholders. Learn about the council’s People’s Budget plans for a funded young people project. Find out about the council’s dynamic Link and Learn training for young people. See how the council is delivering its excellent Power of Play training – engaging with active young people whilst social distancing in Frome.
Speakers: Cllr Anita Collier, Kate Hellard, community development manager and Clerk Paul Wynne of Frome Town Council.
For more information on NALC's online events visit www.nalc.gov.uk/rebuildingcommunities.
Come and learn about Biggleswade Town Council’s unique approach to strategic planning. See how this dynamic council uses strategic planning to deliver projects across all local public policy areas, working with vastly different bodies. Be inspired by a town council from whom we should all be learning about how strategic planning can enable effective delivery of all types of public policy outcome.
Speakers: Cllr Madeline Russell, Biggleswade Town Council
Before lockdown, many local councils across England had already proven beyond measure their worth to the resilience agenda in their communities. COVID-19 has now permanently embedded the crucial role local councils have to play in community resilience in their areas.
An updated, online follow on to NALC’s original Annual Conference 2020 — Building Back Communities Week will showcase the relevance of local councils to all major aspects of community resilience during and after the COVID-19 lockdown – ranging from the future of community resilience to partnership working. Book onto this exciting week of Leaders’ talks and In conversation sessions for an essential blend of strategic, practical and community-facing outcomes for your council residents.
Building Back Communities Week runs from 22nd to 25th March 2021
Single event: NALC member: £30 — Non-member: £40
Full week (seven sessions): NALC member: £210 — Non-member: £260