Inverclyde Shed: improving wellbeing, tackling social isolation and reducing waste
We learn about a group helping older men talk and connect whilst maintaining repair skills and how members co-design and influence the design and development of the Shed.
The Preston Model – local wealth building
In Preston an innovative collaboration between public bodies, local business, and citizens has helped the city recover from economic recession.
Report review: Community in the making
We go back to the Bromley by Bow Centre to learn more about how they made sure local people were at the heart of their evaluation
The Public Living Room
Adur and Worthing Councils create a space to chat and connect with other people at a public living room based in a local beach hut
Co-production in action
In celebration of co-production week Miranda Keast of The Grace Eyre Foundation tells us about her experience of co-producing a community club night and learning to let go
Keep it Local – call for evidence
As part of their Keep it Local campaign, Locality would like to hear from you and understand how the public service landscape is shaping up
The Friendly Bench
The Friendly Bench in Nottinghamshire is a simple way of using outside space to connect people to each other and their community.
New Home for the Library of Things
What if libraries lent more than books? Things you only use once a year or something you want to try out? Enter the Library of Things, a home for borrowers!
Interview: Dr. Margaret Lobo, Otakar Kraus Music Trust
We sat down with Dr. Margaret Lobo, founder of the Otakar Kraus Music Trust to find out how she was inspired to work with others to find their voice.
, Best Mistake
, Children and Young People
, Citizen-led Action
, Community Development
, Community Engagement
, Mental Health
Social Prescribing in Frome – the evidence is out there
Frome might provide some of the best evidence we have to combat social isolation and reduce health spending.
Restoring regenerative public services
This blog includes two great case studies from across Greater Manchester of collaborations between services, communities and citizens to improve wellbeing.
Welcome Wednesdays, community space
Check out this film about a church which opened it's doors to the general public; using their space for the community.