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Somerset SCB 13h
******TRAINING OPPORTUNITY***** Places going fast, book early
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Jordi Hooper 11h
If you live or work in , want to hear from you regarding community groups already available, groups needed, & barriers to accessing these. Please take just a couple of minutes to answer this survey
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Helen Vines 11h
Few spaces left on our free for / prog. Starts 02/07 Hear from how it's helping them plan for the future. Who else would find this useful?
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Matt Wall Jun 21
Thanks for a great day - really engaging presentations and workshops
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Katrina Midgley Jun 21
Perfect weather for a walk after an amazing conference with
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Helen Vines Jun 21
sharing to challenge and inspire at conf. Is your ready for what's around the corner? Explore this and more on our prog
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Katherine Nolan Jun 21
Great to be at leaders conference. : “easy to forget what a positive impact we are having”.
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Katherine Nolan Jun 21
Thanks for coming - thought provoking talk and great to meet you face to face at last. Lots to be positive about.
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Charlotte Augst Jun 21
. : turning good ideas into good things which make good money. Inspiring stuff from a social enterprise mindset.
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Charlotte Augst Jun 21
So here is my reflection on spending the day with the good people of : so many good people doing good work, held back by capacity issues. Let’s properly invest in community organisations and their infrastructure bodies.
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Joanna Thorn Jun 21
Attending conference representing informal networking session off the scale energy, Somerset Voluntary Sector is very much alive
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Justin Sargent Jun 21
. working for more joined up health and social care system, focused on place and person. "health is not created by the health system"
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Matt_Spark Jun 21
Charlotte Augst from National Voices: 'the future is not about one charity being commissioned to do one thing'. Real collaboration needed to solve complex issues.
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Kev O'Donnell Jun 21
Great start to Conference - Here’s a blatant use of the today’s network.... PROMISEworks is looking for a landlord, ideally “hot office” space in a central Somerset location. If you want to share your costs with us please catch me over coffee - check shirt 😊
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Helen Vines Jun 21
Delighted to hear Patrick Nash, Enterprise Values, espousing the massive potential of . Great title "Not for Loss, instead of Not for Profit." Top tips inc. spotting ways to do what you do differently, inc digitally. w'shops this pm to explore this.
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HotSW Enhance SE Jun 21
Patrick Nash talking about using social enterprise as the heart of your strategy, looking at the commercial opportunities in what you do to build resilience
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Charlotte Augst Jun 21
. explains how you can turn programmes into products that can help you sustain your charitable impact. Furiously taking notes for ...
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Somerset VCSE Forum Jun 21
Is there a commercial opportunity in what your charity does? talks about adopting the mindset
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Sported South West Jun 21
CEO “Charities can and must enrich the lives of those that deserve better - be show in doing this and concentrate on the difference we make.”
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