Community Resilience Forum

Warm and Well Community Resilience Forum

We hope that you enjoy this recording of the Warm and Well Community Resilience Forum on Zoom, that discusses how to help people keep warm and wellbeing in the town during the cost-of-living crisis.

Why Warm and Well?

Well, this winter is going to be the most challenging in living memory for all of us. The wellbeing of many local people will be greatly affected by the cost-of-living crisis, with some having to choose between heating and eating.

We can all of course help, but how? With new ‘Warm Rooms’ being set up by some community centres and other warm and well initiatives being offered locally; the need to work collaboratively to make what we offer makes sure that we help the most people.

Thank you to everyone who joined us on the Warm and Well Community Resilience Forum

Before we started recording at the start of the forum, everyone was given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. Join us for the short presentation and a discussion to see the opportunities to network with each other and how to share your events and activities.

Join us next time…

We take a break in December and will be back on the last Friday of January at 2pm. Do join us on Friday 27th January to see if we can help you and you can help us. Register at https://wellingborough.org/site/community-resilience-forum

Join our Warm and Well Community Resilience Forum

Do join us this Friday on the ‘Warm and Well Community Resilience Forum’ on Zoom, to discuss how to help people in the town during the cost-of-living crisis. We invite you to the tenth Community Resilience Forum this Friday (25th November) at 2pm.

Why Warm and Well? Well, this winter is going to be the most challenging in living memory for all of us. The wellbeing of many local people will be greatly affected by the cost-of-living crisis, with some having to choose between heating and eating.

We can all of course help, but how? With new ‘Warm Rooms’ being set up by some community centres and other warm and well initiatives being offered locally; we need to work collaboratively to make what we offer helps the most people.

At the start of the forum, everyone will be given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. You will also have the opportunity to network with each other and share your events and activities. Join us for a short presentation and a discussion on Zoom, to see if you can help us and to see if we can help you. It’s a free event, all you need to do to join is register using the form below.

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See you on Friday at 2pm!

Inclusion Community Resilience Forum

This month’s Community Resilience Forum was about ‘Inclusion’ to see what changes we can enable in our community, to help everyone become more resilient during the cost-of-living crisis.

Thank you to the 7 people joined us for a lively interactive presentation that included plenty of discussion on Zoom. We looked at what inclusion is, and how it works with diversity. Delegates shared their views and stories.

We also networked and shared upcoming activities and events; and talked about how we can co-operate with each other. A good forum, next one is on Friday 25th November at 2pm, register at https://wellingborough.org/site/community-resilience-forum/

Join us for an Inclusion Community Resilience Forum

Do join us on the Inclusion Community Resilience Forum on Zoom, to discuss how to help people in the town during cost-of-living crisis. Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough invites you to the eighth Community Resilience Forum this Friday (28th September) at 2pm.

October is Black History Month and its theme is ‘Time for Change: Action Not Words.’ And that is exactly what we want the people and organisations of Wellingborough to embrace.

November starts UK Disability History Month, from Wednesday 16th November to Friday 16th December. The theme is Disability, Health and Well Being. Everyone should be included; we need to make sure this happens.

The themes of both history months look forward and strive for change, that’s why this month’s Community Resilience Forum is about ‘Inclusion’ to see what changes we can enable in our community, to help everyone become more resilient during the cost-of-living crisis.

Join us for a short presentation and a discussion on Zoom, to see if you can help us and to see if we can help you. It’s a free event, all you need to do is register using the form below, we will then send you the Zoom link to the email that you registered with.

Join us at the Inclusion Community Resilience Forum. At the start of the forum, everyone will be given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. You will also have the opportunity to network with each other and share your events and activities. See you on Friday at 2pm!

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Cost of Living Community Resilience Forum Part 2

Following on from last month’s Community Resilience Forum, where we looked at what the Cost of Living Crisis was. This month was all about what we can do to make a difference to help people to cope with rising costs during the cost of living crisis.

Five joined us for a short presentation and a discussion on Zoom, where Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough, lead a very engaging and lively session. After the presentation that looked at why we’re suffering a cost-of-living crisis, the delegates took part by sharing their thoughts on what is currently being offered by their organisations.

We then all discussed briefly how we can co-operate to offer new support services and how individual organisations are planning to offer more ways to help people with rising costs. We also looked at how we can share our activities more by adding a new calendar to our website.

The next Community Resilience Forum will look other resilience options to offer people facing hardship and setting up an in person Wellingborough Forum to give people the chance to put their views across. Join in on Friday 28th October at 2pm.

Do join us this Friday to look at how we can help more during the cost of living crisis.

We would like you to join us on a second series of Community Resilience Forums on Zoom, to discuss how to help people in the town during and after the Coronavirus pandemic. Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough invites you to the seventh Community Resilience Forum this Friday (30th September) at 2pm.

Following on from last month’s Community Resilience Forum, where we looked at what the Cost of Living Crisis was. This month is all about what we can do to make a difference to help people to cope with rising costs during the cost of living crisis.

Join us for a short presentation and a discussion on Zoom, to see if you can help us and to see if we can help you. It’s a free event, all you need to do is register using the form below, we will then send you the Zoom link to the email that you registered with. Watch last month’s Community Resilience Forum below:

The aims of Wellingborough Community Resilience Forum are to bring people and groups from across the borough together, to hear people’s concerns and ideas, and see what practical steps we can take to collectively help to meet some of the emerging needs, and provide some coordination and direction for our efforts where possible.

Join us at the People Community Resilience Forum. At the start of the forum, everyone will be given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. You will also have the opportunity to network with each other and share your events and activities. See you on Friday at 2pm!

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Cost of Living Community Resilience Forum

This month’s Community Resilience Forum was the seventh of the new series, and was all about what we can do to make a difference to help people to cope with rising costs during the cost of living crisis. Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough, lead a very engaging and lively session.

Watch the Cost of Living Community Resilience Forum

After a short presentation that looked at why we’re suffering a cost-of-living crisis, the 12 delegates took part by sharing their thoughts on and experiences about how the community is coping; and what is currently being offered by their organisations.

We then all discussed briefly how we can co-operate to offer new support services and how individual organisations are planning to offer more ways to help people with rising costs. Lots of other ways proposed, these will be shared via our social media, WhatsApp and group email.

The next Community Resilience Forum will carry on with this by looking at new collaborations and other resilience options to offer people facing hardship. Join in on Friday 30th September at 2pm.

Cost of Living Community Resilience Forum

Do join us this Friday to look at how we can help more during the cost of living crisis.

We would like you to join us on a second series of Community Resilience Forums on Zoom, to discuss how to help people in the town during and after the Coronavirus pandemic. Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough invites you to the seventh Community Resilience Forum this Friday (26th August) at 2pm.

Following on from last month’s People Community Resilience Forum, where we looked at how to engage with more people to improve more peoples lives. This month is all about what we can do to make a difference to help people to cope with rising costs during the cost of living crisis.

Join us for a short presentation and a discussion on Zoom, to see if you can help us and to see if we can help you. It’s a free event, all you need to do is register using the form below, we will then send you the Zoom link to the email that you registered with.

The aims of Wellingborough Community Resilience Forum are to bring people and groups from across the borough together, to hear people’s concerns and ideas, and see what practical steps we can take to collectively help to meet some of the emerging needs, and provide some coordination and direction for our efforts where possible.

Join us at the People Community Resilience Forum. At the start of the forum, everyone will be given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. You will also have the opportunity to network with each other and share your events and activities. See you on Friday at 2pm!

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Community Resilience Forum Six – People

Thank you to everyone who attended this month’s Community Resilience Forum. This month we focussed on ‘People’, how we can engage more and why we need to engage with more people to improve more peoples lives. It also looks at volunteers and working together.

This presentation from our sixth Community Resilience Forum has been put on YouTube so more people can view it. This was presented at our monthly forum on Friday 29th July 2022, where we also talked about co-operation.

Lots of new activities and events were talked also about and in the sprit of co-operation, delegates offered each other help, thank you for co-operating with each other! We agreed to share new events for our What’s on Wellingborough events page and our social media outlets.

The next Community Resilience Forum will be on Friday 26th August at 2pm

People Community Resilience Forum

Do join us this Friday to look at people and how we can engage with more during the cost of living crisis.

We would like you to join us on a second series of Community Resilience Forums on Teams, to discuss how to help people in the town during and after the Coronavirus pandemic. Jonathan, Co-op Member Pioneer for Wellingborough invites you to the sixth Community Resilience Forum this Friday (29th July) at 2pm.

Following on from last month’s Co-operation Community Resilience Forum, where we looked at how we can work together to make our community a better place to live and work in, it’s obvious that we can’t do everything ourselves. We can do so much more together, and that’s why we need to engage with more people to improve more peoples lives.

Join us for a short presentation and a discussion on Teams, to see if you can help us and to see if we can help you. It’s a free event, all you need to do is register using the form below, we will then send you the Teams link to the email that you registered with. The aims of Wellingborough Community Resilience Forum are to bring people and groups from across the borough together, to hear people’s concerns and ideas, and see what practical steps we can take to collectively help to meet some of the emerging needs, and provide some coordination and direction for our efforts where possible.

Join us at the People Community Resilience Forum. At the start of the forum on Teams, everyone will be given the chance to introduce themselves and, if applicable, the organisation they represent. You will also have the opportunity to network with each other and share your events and activities. See you on Friday at 2pm!

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