We hold a number of different forums in North Devon, which spread good practice and create strong networks. These are key in helping us make sure that:
- Voluntary and community organisations have appropriate information about policy and strategy that affects them
- Voluntary and community organisations are enabled to work effectively together
- The voluntary, public and private sectors are well-networked and supported to engage with one another and work effectively together
- The contribution of the voluntary sector to North Devon is recognised by the general public, media and local politicians, and is taken into account in planning and decision making
Which forums in North Devon can I attend?
1. Northern Devon Voluntary Sector Health and Wellbeing Forum . Held three or four times a year to involve health authority speakers and network to meet the challenges facing our ever changing sector. Open to anyone involved in a voluntary, community or social enterprise type organisation that supports people with any aspect of health and wellbeing. For more information contact Jo Griffiths on 01271 866300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum. The Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is held quarterly for anyone who manages volunteers.
The next Forum will take place on 11th September 2018, time and venue to be confirmed.
At this forum you will have the
opportunity to share;
- what is working well
- the challenges you currently face & the common themes
- updates on your organisation
With plenty of opportunity to
The forum is free, but places are limited. Booking is essential so please contact email@example.com to book your place.
3. Hallshare Forum. Open to anyone in the area involved in running a community hall. Please contact Tanya Hussell at Filleigh Village Hall for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Hallshare Forum is on the evening of Tuesday 4th July at West Anstey Vilage Hall.
4. Northern Devon Disability Access Forum. This forum has been disbanded, but you can attend the Health and Wellbeing Forum. See above for details.