This full day event will continue the conversation about how we all work together to improve your local community. The programme is available to download here.
Over the past year, public sector partners across Cambridgeshire have been developing a new approach to put communities first and build on the existing strengths of local places and people. This conference gives us the time to talk together about the opportunities this creates. The agenda will get you up to speed on the emerging ‘Think Community’ way of working, the values that underpin it, and show how you and your local council can make good use of the support on offer to deliver what matters in your area.
Leaders from across the public sector will be talking about their commitment to this new approach and the real difference they think it can make.
Lunch and coffee breaks will also provide plenty of opportunities to get the conversation going.
This annual event grows each year – now with space for 300 delegates. Our Marketplace is also bigger than ever before, with lots of practical information and support for local councils. Following lunch, there will be a selection of workshops to choose from, covering the hot topics you said matter to you. You can browse the list of the eight workshops available here and choose two to attend.
Come join us!
How to book
Please click here to book your place. Bookings should be made by Friday 1 November 2019. Joining instructions will be sent to all delegates one week prior to the event.
Who should attend
This event will be useful to Councillors and Clerks from local councils, Town, District and County Councillors and representatives from organisations that work with, and support, local councils across Cambridgeshire.
Who is organising this conference?
This event is being organised by Cambridgeshire ACRE in association with the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Association of Local Councils, the Society of Local Council Clerks Cambridgeshire branch, the County’s District Councils and Cambridgeshire County Council. We are working together to deliver this conference as part of our continued commitment to building a stronger dialogue between all levels of local government. Any enquiries should be addressed to Alison Brown at Cambridgeshire ACRE on 01353 865029 or email@example.com.