Community hub organisations, neighbourhood forums, clubs, associations and voluntary groups that provide a focus for communities managing change are at the heart of the Chamberlain Forum conference Communities Managing Change at St George’s Community Hub, Great Hampton Row Newtown Birmingham B19 3JG on Friday 25 May 9.30-1.30pm
The conference is FREE and councillors, residents and others are welcome to attend as well. As well as straightforward information and practical ideas on the issues facing communities there will be ppportunities to share ideas and experience. Speakers will include Councillor John Cotton from Birmingham City Council and there will be sessions on:
- Community Organising
- Green Deal
- Neighbourhood Planning
- Community Hubs
- Community First
and information on Small Grant Funds, Community Asset Transfer, Tackling Fuel Poverty and Neighbourhood Websites.
The Communities Managing Change programme is organised by Chamberlain Forum and is supported by Barrow Cadbury Trust as part of its poverty and inclusion programme. The event is free, but places are limited, so please book in advance.
If you would like to attend, but cannot on Friday 25th May, please contact Chamberlain Forum as there will be further events during the year on the Communities Managing Change theme.