Monthly Archives: April 2021

Cooperative Engagement Toolkit – Rochdale Borough Council

27th April, 2021 / Andrew

CCIN funding has enabled a programme of co-design with Health and Social Care, Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise organisations. We now have a developed Cooperative Engagement Toolkit, tested by statutory partners and with a range of cross-system topics which is being actively used to guide engagement with communities when a change is happening, expected ...

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Tameside and Glossop Partnership Engagement Network

7th March, 2020 / Nicola, CCIN

The Partnership Engagement Network (PEN) was established jointly by Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council (TMBC), NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (T& GCCG) and Tameside & Glossop Integrated NHS Foundation Trust (ICFT) – aka Tameside Hospital. Set up in the autumn of 2017 PEN is part of a multi-agency approach to provide the public and ...

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Let’s Talk – Sunderland City Council

6th March, 2020 / Nicola, CCIN

Following the launch of its City Plan, which aims to create a healthy, vibrant and dynamic city for all by 2030, it was clear that the Council must also work within communities to improve neighbourhoods from within, leaving no residents behind or disadvantaged.  Sunderland City Council developed a strategy to engage with all residents which ...

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A Co-operative Greater Manchester – people and communities working together to improve the environment, create good jobs and sustainable growth

27th January, 2020 / Nicola, CCIN

27 January 2020 – A NEW report is calling for further support for co-operatives in Greater Manchester to ensure the city-region stays at the forefront of co-operative development and bring even greater economic benefits to the local community. Greater Manchester is home of the co-operative movement, with The Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers being established ...

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Brent Hubs – Brent Council

4th October, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

Brent Hubs aim to build resilience into local communities; reducing long term dependency on services.  They offer alternative ways for Brent residents to connect with local organisations and each other, to access information advice and support, and to use community space to develop ideas and activities that enhance the local area. The Brent Hubs model ...

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Armed Services Community – Tameside Council

28th August, 2019 / Nicola, CCIN

The Tameside Armed Services Community (TASC) is the partner to Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council in delivering the Armed Forces Covenant. The Armed Forces Covenant was signed by Tameside Council at Armed Forces Day 2012. Since its formal inception in 2016, TASC has remained a not for profit group formed from the armed forces community with ...

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