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
Rural Coffee Caravan
Sometimes a simple cup of coffee is all you need to start a conversation. The Rural Coffee Caravan is using this idea to connect people around the country.
Hoe Street Central Bank
How one high street bank is making the most of their social value.
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
People’s Voice Media
People's Voice Media is an organisation that captures people's experiences and opinions in order to influence public policy.
The power of a great invitation
Mark McKergow, one half of Host Leadership finds inspiration from a Roman tablet of the right sort of invitation to enage others.
Report review: People Powered Health in Greater Manchester
We pick out the best parts of this report which showcases some of the inspiring and courageous initiatives across Greater Manchester
Questions change everything in community engagement
Seasoned Community Engagement Practioner Max Hardy demonstrates how asking different questions can change the way we engage with communities and get better results for everyone.
Cycling Without Age
A movement started in Copenhagen in 2012 which we love because it reminds us that the same things make us all happy, regardless of age.
My Best Mistake by Linda Hutchinson
One of our directors, Linda Hutchinson writes about her best mistake, when she learnt about the importance and value of properly involving people.
Living Well Network Hub: Meet people in cafes not clinics
We caught up with Stacey Hemphill, the Lambeth Living Well Network Hub Manager to learn more about how staff meet people at a place of their own choosing.