Hope you’ll follow the link to this post by Ruth Dineen and Noreen Blanluet (All in this together Wales). It contains important information about coproduction in Wales and a request for signatures on an open letter to the First Minister
Were you at the conference? Then do take a look at the report and the great set of graphic illustrations recorded at the event by Fran O’Hara and Eleanor Beer.
We hope you will share the report and invite you to post comments below, we are particularly interested to hear about any changes that you have made as a result of participating in the conference. Do also let us know if you would like to be involved in future events.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Ambra, Marina & Pam
Co-Directors at Coaching Well, a social enterprise providing coaching for health and wellbeing.
If you missed the Communities Can 2012 conference on 2 May you can view the big conversation that took place here. Or perhaps you just want to listen again 🙂
We are very grateful to Paul Swann for recording this session and producing the video.
We look forward to receiving your memories of the day and thoughts on the video, please post your comments below.
The team at the Parc Eirias Events Centre deserve a special mention for their hospitality and contribution to the event.
This photo stream features the presenters and graphics from the four excellent case studies.
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…..
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
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