This event is about shining a light on the examples of co-creation from Cornwall’s voluntary sector organisations, and evoking systemic change and best practice for all
Following the Budget on Wednesday, these are the highlights, as far as the VCSE sector is concerned, for us, and the people we support.
Two environment-related consultations from Cornwall Council, plus a good news story on the Camel River, and a new Mining World Heritage Site website.
Do you cycle? Cornwall Council is joining forces with British Cycling and Sport England to create Cornwall Cycle Hub, near Newquay. Have your say on the plans.
Funding with short deadlines for community led organisations, challenging discrimination, fighting poverty and promoting human rights, Heritage organisations, and Arts for mental health. Plus health charities and energy advice. Plus news around SME grants, and a funding call for start-up business training/support.
Funding for: reopening the arts, environment, medical welfare, recovery for those supporting people with complex social issues (especially BAME charities) and marginalised groups, veterans support, and sports development
Covid-19-related funding opportunities for dairy farmers, heritage buildings and food-aid charities, and organisations supporting older people, people of colour and domestic abuse victims. **New activities funding added.
Funding opportunities for disadvantaged children, and for disadvantaged communities, plus to help people realise their sporting ambitions, and the Comic Relief Community Fund.
Cornwall Heritage Trust’s campaign to link with local businesses has been a success – four corporate friends announced.
Women in the news – birth rate changes and challenges, domestic abuse, This Girl Can overcoming taboos in sport, and hi-tech work culture impacting families.
Music Education Hubs are being given £85m in funding from Government to encourage children and young people to learn music in schools.
Activity levels in children are rising, in Cornwall, with more youngsters taking part in exercise both in and out of school. But there are still inequalities. Find out more here:
Funding opportunities relating to children and young people, the environment and animal welfare, and sport, particularly para sport.
Exciting new disabled facilities at Carn Brea Leisure Centre – a Changing Places changing room, plus a Pool Pod platform lift into the pool. Coming in the New Year.
Krowji Creative Hub in Redruth has begun work on a new £2m expansion, creating 20 new studios, and a new cafe which has already opened.
Catch up with the latest from the Rural Services Network, via their latest bulletin – rural banking, broadband, police, and more.
Funding opportunities – Scillies only, Music for all, conservation, community support, children’s and medical charities and small, isolated rural communities
Awareness raising for breast cancer, ADHD, dyslexia, baby loss, older people, mental health, black history, hospice care, and the menopause, plus stopping drinking or smoking and walking to school, all this month!
Funding announced for the Cornish language, plus opportunities for health charities, architectural heritage, music and the arts, people in Liskeard, cycling and against isolation.
The Arts Council has opened a consultation today to help develop their strategy for 2020-2030. Share your views, or go to their consultation event in Plymouth next week.