The latest Wirral Communities Forum was full of conversations between wonderful people from the Community Sector. If you weren’t able to attend we would love to have your input into the questions posed. You can have a look at the slides from the forum by downloading the files below.
We know that there are a wealth of forums, networks, groups and communication methods that exist in Wirral and you may feel very well connected. At the forum, some people felt that there were too many while others felt there were some gaps. Download the document below and add any other groups, networks and forums that you or members of your organisation attend. If you have any other information about the networks that are listed then please add them on too.
The next element we discussed was about our sector’s story in Wirral. We have a long history and a very diverse crowd in terms of organisation type, beneficiaries served and people involved. We all do amazing stuff, but we aren’t very good at telling our collective story especially to people outside our sector. The next area we are asking for your help with are our sector’s celebrations, issues and gaps, and anything else it is worthwhile to note.
The final question that we discussed was about how messages and information is passed throughout our sector colleagues and more widely to statutory organisations. The information on the document below gives some ideas about ways we could feedback and best practice around the ways that this already happens. We really want to know what you think too.
The whole session was bursting with great ideas, a huge thank you to all who attended. Its over to you know, pop any ideas, suggestions, innovations, best practice and tell us what to avoid, things that have not worked and the worst practice things you have come across. The feedback form is in three sections, akin to the sessions from the day, but don’t feel constrained by this, you can break free and be as creative as you wish. And if you would like to have a chat about any of the questions give Emma a call in the office on 0151 353 9700.