Only five days until we welcome everyone to join the big conversation with our guest speakers, Dr Edgar Cahn, Dr Chris Gray and Dr Neil Wooding.
The attached information sheet will help you make your travel arrangements to the venue, it gives directions, links to maps and transport services, car parking at venue plus details about registration on the day.
If you have any specific access requirements that you have not yet told us about, please complete the attached access form and return immediately. If we have forgotten anything please make a request at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A copy of the final programme is attached for information and we look forward to welcoming you to the conference on Wednesday 2 May 2012.
programme – English
Access Requirements Form
If you are traveling by train, Colwyn Bay station is a 10-15 minute walk from the venue and taxis are available at the station.
Just received a tweet from Frankie Hine-Hughes from Governance International (@fhinehughes) about hot off the press interview with Edgar Cahn. This will definitely generate some buzz around the event, thanks Frankie!
Edgar concludes the interview “What I see re-emerging is the ability to dream, to believe that one can make a difference that one can set in motion forces that can transform. TimeBanking helps to rekindle that belief – and that is more important than hours logged or even, good deeds done.
If you like this post & the interview I hope you will share it amongst your networks
Let me introduce you to the hard working members of the conference working group
Amy Kordiak (Chwarae Teg) Mike Williams (Wales Co-operative Centre), Libby Evans, (Welsh Government), David Neal, (Acces3ability), Fran O’Hara (Scarlet Design), Lindsay Haveland (Community Transport Association), Ruth Dineen, Andrea Hughes & Coaching Well – Ambra Burls, Marina Kogan and Pam Luckock
Thanks to the fabulous talents and hard work of Fran O’Hara and Ambra Burls for producing the Conference leaflets for distribution within North Wales communities, now available to download.
All in this Together 2: Nick comes to Wales.
Libby and I had a great afternoon in Cardiff last Wednesday with the South Wales Co-production network. Lovely to finally meet up with Ruth & Ben, see old friends and colleagues and meet lots of new people too.
We were very impressed with the ability of SPICE to pack so much information sharing and action planning into one afternoon! Thanks to Nick Dixon, Becky Booth, Geoff Thomas and Rick Wilson for excellent presentations and food for though. We look forward to seeing the report of the day and sharing with the North Wales co-production network – aka: Patchwork Circles
Keep up the great work Ruth 🙂