Professional network and topic meetings

Food Network

The next Food Network meeting will be held on Tuesday 14 May, 2pm, at All Saints Church, Highertown, Truro. They will use the time to catch up on each other’s projects and also to hear of the exciting partnership with End Hunger UK and plans for a major conference later in the year.

For more information please contact andrew.yates@truro.anglican.org

 

Interagency Network meeting

The next meeting inter agency network meeting will be held on Wednesday 15 May, from 2-4pm at Café Meeting Room, Bodmin Hospital, Boundary Lane, Bodmin PL31 2QT.

Contact claire.welsford@nhs.net to find out more.

 

Time Credits info day – Saltash

Find out more about Time Credit – can you give them to your volunteers, can you accept them in payment?

Tempo are holding an information day on May 15, from 10.30-1.30 in the Guildhall, Lower Fore Street, Saltash.

Click to download the poster: Time Credits info day_ Saltash

 

2019 Peninsula Forum for Environment and Human Health

May 23 – with focus on Linking Communities with Research.  At the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Truro.

This event will showcase how linking communities with research is leading to novel and beneficial investigations, improving understanding of the health opportunities – and risks – presented by the environment and guiding innovation to improve health and wellbeing. Find out more and book your ticket on Eventbrite.

 

Only Connect – A community symposium about the benefits of creative intergenerational practice and research.

Alongside the symposium we are delighted to be supported by Invest in Cornwall to facilitate an exhibition of the latest health and care technology and research programmes. The event will be held at Falmouth University, Woodlane Campus, on Wednesday 3rd July 9am-4:30pm. For more details please see the invitation attached.

To book your place, and for further information, including travel details, accommodation and a full list of speakers, please go to: Eventbrite.

All organisations present (including memory cafes, schools, churches, museums and galleries) will have the chance of winning a FREE programme of Passing the Parcel workshops. This project has been designed to connect the generations through creative correspondence: after piloting Passing the Parcel with Penryn Memory Cafe and Penryn College in 2018, we are excited to launch the project at “Only Connect!” and deliver it to many more communities.

We hope you will join us in bringing the conversation of creative intergenerational practice to Cornwall. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions and please forward this invitation to anyone you think this event might be of interest to. -Anna Mankee-Williams, Anna.MankeeWilliams@falmouth.ac.uk.

Invitation to Only Connect Conference