First photographs and video clips from conference

Two weeks ago the Communities Can 2012 conference team welcomed Drs. Edgar Cahn, Chris Gray and Neil Woodiing to the Parc Eirias Events Centre, Colwyn Bay. Over the next few days I’ll be uploading a series of photographs and video recordings taken at the event by a number of photographers including Gill Phillips, Paul Swann and Frankie Hine-Hughes

The first few include a pre-conference group pic of the working group snatched at 8am just before registration opened. The conference began with a fabulous performance from opera singer (aka Chwarae Teg Officer!) Jane Hartley. Dr Neil Wooding then invited the Mayor of the Bay of Colwyn, Cllr Mrs Margaret Edwards, to give the opening address.  Dr Edgar Cahn and Dr Chris Gray were next to be invited onto the stage for the start of the Big Conversation…….Fran O’Hara and Eleanor Beer were already busy at work producing the first of many graphic illustrations of the day…..

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About luckockp

I'm currently a co-director with Fran O'Hara of 'Working With Not To' a co-production project. Prior to this, (around the time of my early:-)! retirement from the NHS) I joined forces with three colleagues to establish The Coaching Network (LInkedIn) and a social enterprise Coaching Well, both founded on co-production principles. I was also involved, as Chair, with another CIC, to create a time bank for local communities in North Wales. My pre-retirement career was in the NHS, first as a Biomedical Scientist and finally as Senior Equality Manager at the NHS Centre for Equality and Human Rights. I am an experienced mediator, facilitator, action learning facilitator and ILM7 Coach and a former member of the Public Service Management Wales (PSMW/Academi) coaching collaborative. I also love making patchwork quilts plus I am discovering the joy of mindfulness and of exercise in later life to improve my wellbeing.

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