Barnwood Trust, alongside partners, is launching a second phase of free, fun and inspiring workshops for people across Gloucestershire. The workshops are all designed to enable people and their communities to get better connected with everyone who lives there. The workshops are open to anyone living and working in Gloucestershire and will run from September to February next year.
From ‘Imaginative and quirky ways people help each other’ to ‘You’re Welcome Social Reporter’ and ‘Inspiring community spaces’, there is something for everyone. The workshops are part of the ten-year plan You’re Welcome, which is all about enabling communities across Gloucestershire to become more welcoming and inclusive of everyone who lives there.
Here are some snippets of feedback from the last set of workshops:
‘Hearing other stories are inspirational to realising how much of an impact a relativity small action can have.’
‘I feel very inspired to get involved in my local community. I can really see the benefits’
‘I do not feel so isolated and feel encouraged to try again to engage with neighbours’
To find out the full list of workshops, dates and venues please click here or if you would like us to send you a copy of the workshop programme give us a call on 01452 534018 or email email@example.com .
Below is a brief outline of each of the workshops on offer:
Imaginative and quirky ways people help each other
Be inspired by imaginative and quirky examples of how people are helping each other in their communities.
Inspiring community spaces
Visit community spaces in Gloucestershire and hear inspiring stories that will show what can be achieved when people come together.
Building an inclusive county together
Together look at how we can build an inclusive county by ensuring everyone can make a contribution.
Discovering each other’s strengths
Learn how to discover each other’s strengths, skills and passions through asking different types of questions.
Conversations that include everyone
Enabling you to have more conversations, more involvement and more fun with people who have some difficultly talking.
Understanding how people are excluded
Explore how people in our communities experience exclusion and how exclusion can be prevented.
A community approach to housing: an introduction to ‘co-housing’
Looking at ways groups can connect the community with housing in a way that helps people support each other.
Building strong and inclusive communities, an introduction to Asset-Based Community Development
Introducing key ideas of how to build strong and inclusive communities using Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD)
Asset-Based Community Development for community building practice
Gain a deeper understanding of community building practice, which lies at the heart of Asset-Based Community Development.
Working with people and groups
Ideal for people involved in clubs and groups in their community. You will learn about Community Animation tools and ideas.
Working with people and groups: deepening your skills
Gain a deeper understanding of Community Animation. Ideal for people who have already experienced some Community Animation.
Growing a strengths based culture
Examine how people have approached developing a strengths based culture in their workplace, helping you to do the same where you work.
You’re Welcome Social Reporter
Explore what being a You’re Welcome Social Reporter is all about and develop skills to support people in your community to tell their story through the You’re Welcome website.
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